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Sliding Sports

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For information on sliding sports in this location and other nearby locations, check out the map and product listings from business or service providers below. 

Local Visitor Centres may also be able to offer helpful information about sliding sport opportunities in this area. 

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2 Sliding Sports in Pemberton

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Whistler Sliding Centre - Whistler

4910 Glacier Lane
Whistler, British Columbia
V0N 1B4
Toll-free877-764-2455
Phone604-964-0060

Slide like an Olympian! Visit the Whistler Sliding Centre for THUNDER ON ICE as you ride down the track with in a piloted bobsleigh or slide solo in a skeleton and experience LIGHTING ON ICE.

The Whistler Sliding Centre is also open year-round for self-guided tours. Stay tuned for an exciting NEW summer public sliding opportunity!

The Whistler Sliding Centre hosted the bobsleigh, luge and skeleton events during the 2010 Olympic Winter Games. As one of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games facilities operated by Whistler Sport Legacies, the Whistler Sliding Centre embodies the WSL mission to 'Grow Sport'.

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Whistler Blackcomb - Whistler

4282 Mountain Square
Whistler, British Columbia
V0N 1B4
Toll-free866-403-4727
Phone604-904-9300

Whistler Blackcomb, the official alpine skiing venue for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, is situated in the Resort Municipality of Whistler, located in the Coast Mountains of British Columbia, 125 kilometres (78 miles) from Vancouver, British Columbia. North America's premier four season mountain resort, Whistler and Blackcomb are two side-by-side mountains which combined offer over 200 marked runs, over 3,237 hectares (8,000 acres) of terrain, 14 alpine bowls, three glaciers, receives on average over 1,090 centimetres (430 inches) of snow annually, and one of the longest ski seasons in North America.

Annual Snowfall SkiTotalRuns Types of runs
1006 cm 200 Easy25%Easy55%Easy20%
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