Whistler Activities

Whistler Activites

Nestled between the famous dual mountains of Whistler and Blackcomb, our legendary resort town of Whistler is designed to wow guests in all four seasons. Offering hiking, biking, skiing, golfing, ziplining, bungee jumping, white water rafting… there’s something for every adventure seeker! Interested in booking activities? Want to know more? Take a look at a few of our favourite options below.

Your Favourite Winter Activities...and More

Whistler draws people from around the world as a world-class ski destination. However, if you don’t ski or snowboard, there are many more ways to enjoy your time here with friends and family. Here are a few of our favorites:
Snowmobiling, Snowshoeing and Bungee Jumping with The Adventure Group
Zip Lining with Ziptrek Ecotours
Relax at the Scandinave Spa Whistler

Cross Country Skiing at Lost Lake Park Ski Trails with Cross Country Connection or at Whistler Olympic Park in the Callaghan Valley

 

Activities from Spring to Fall, and everything in Between!

Looking for activities to fulfill your travel goals? Explore TripAdvisor’s Top Things to do in Whistler or take a look at some of our favourites.

Ziplining Zip Trek

Zip Lining with Ziptrek Ecotours

A bucket-list worthy activity! A must-do for (almost) all levels of adventure seekers. Soar through the air on 3-5 lines that crisscross the Fitzsimmons Creek from Whistler

to Blackcomb Mountain (and back again). The tour includes treetop suspension bridges, sky high viewing platforms and guides sharing knowledge on Whistler’s old growth forest. This activity rates high with our staff adventurers.

Relax at the Scandinave Spa Whistler

Locals know, rejuvenation of the body is essential and best accomplished in the hydrotherapy baths of Whistler’s Scandinave Spa. Readers, bring a book as this facility is a quite no talking, digital free environment.  Scandinave Spa also offers massage packages for those needing a little extra relaxation.

Alpine Hiking and Sightseeing at Whistler Blackcomb Whistler Alpine Hiking in Summer

Take a trip to the Top of the World! This activity includes a 25-minute Gondola ride up Whistler Mountain delivering you to a world filled with seasonal wildflowers, frosty pristine lakes, and an abundance of wildlife. Early summer adventures will receive the added bonus of experiencing the cool maze of the Whistler’s snow walls as they hike from Whistler Peak Chair along Pika’s Traverse. Remember to pack the camera and include us in your Instagram moments!

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Downhill Mountain Biking on Whistler Mountain

Since it’s opening day in 1999, the Whistler Mountain Bike Park has grown in popularity and is, without a doubt, the most famous of it’s kind in the world. Arriving in August? Be prepared to be amazed as the world’s best Mountain Bikers descend on Whistler, fueling the Village with their gravity-defiling energy in the Crankworx Mountain Bike Festival.

Cross Country Mountain Biking

Biking in Whistler is not just those at the bike park. This niche activity is a huge part of everyday life in Whistler. With over 40 KM (24.85 miles) of paved Valley Trails and roughly 200-kilometres of gravel and dirt track, Whistler offers something for the beginner, intermediate and advanced rider in all of us.

No need to bring a bike with you. Demo some of the best equipment on the market with around 20 rentals shops and guided tour groups in the area.

Looking to earn the turns with a local? The Adventure Group‘s Scenic Valley Tour gives you both a guided tour on your choice of Comfort or Suspension Mountain Bike to explore three of Whistler’s beautiful lakes.

Looking for a more advanced tour? The Adventure Group‘s Whistler Singletrack Tour could be for you. Customized to the interests and abilities of your group, this tour will leave you with new knowledge to tackle Whistler’s famous trails.

ATV and 4X4 Tours with The Adventure Group

Go single or double up! Available spring, summer or fall, in rain or shine (it’s one muddy fantastic time in the rain), this tour is destined to be an explorer’s dream. The Backcountry tour is a thrill seekers opportunity to see amazing views, wildlife on FOUR wheels.

Via Ferrata, Rock Climbing in Whistler with Mountain Skills Academy & Adventures

Looking for a guided rock climbing/mountaineering experience? Whistler’s Via Ferrata is a great tour to unleash your mountain goat side. No climbing experience is required but an average level of physical fitness is recommended as this tour is no walk in the park.

White Water Rafting with Wedge Rafting

Looking for a bouncy good time? The Green River tour is the perfect choice offering class 2 and 3 rapids that the whole family could enjoy or a group of friends out for a giddy experience.

Canoe, Kayak or Stand-Up Paddleboard with Backroads Whistler

Summertime is not complete without a day on the lake and Whistler’s ultimate water experience is the River of Golden Dreams. Backroads Whistler, located at Lakeside Park on Alta Lake offers guided or unguided canoe and kayak tours so your adventurous side can immerse itself into Whistler’s Wetland.

Whistler Black Bear

Bear Viewing in Whistler with Whistler Photo Safaris and Whistler Discovery Tours

It’s no secret that Whistler’s most talked about local is furry. No, we’re not talking about the cute little critter that lends itself to being the reason Whistler got its name – the Marmot. The furry local in question, is the Black Bear. The Resort of Whistler is home to about 60 black bears (and a few grizzlies a bit further away from town and the residential areas). As this local is not a teddy bear and should always be treated with the utmost respect, we recommend a bear viewing tour. For more information on this local, please visit Bear Smart Whistler.

 

Golf in the Mountains – Enjoy one of Whistler’s (and Pemberton’s) Championship Golf Courses:

Whistler Golf Club: Broad fairways, 6,722 yards

Steps from Whistler Village, this Arnold Palmer designed course boasts spectacular mountain views. The Whistler Golf Club is Whistler’s most played course and a local’s favourite.

Nicklaus North Golf Course: 6,961 yards

Nestled between Whistler’s emerald-coloured Green Lake and the Wetlands of the River of Golden Dreams this Jack Nicklaus designed course will not disappoint.

Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Club: 6,635 yards

Golf course architect Robert Trent Jones Jr let nature speak for itself as he carved this beauty on the flank of Blackcomb Mountain. Filled with granite rock faces, rugged terrain, and elevation changes of more than 400ft. This course will have you sporting a camera as much as the club.  Remember to tag #whiskijackresorts when you see a Bear cub playing on course.

Big Sky Golf & Country Club: Broad Fairways and 7,001 yards

Robert Cupp-designed, this outstanding course is located North of Whistler at the foot of Mount Currie offering breathtaking views of the Pemberton valley.

Dining Options

For a complete list of dining options in Whistler, please check out this directory of all available restaurants for your enjoyment!

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