Outdoor Activity Tours
Hiker in the forest (Picture BC photo)
The well-populated urban areas in the Vancouver, Coast & Mountains region are surrounded by forests and mountains that are ideal for outdoor activity tours.
Join a hiking or mountaineering tour to explore trails and routes in the Coast Mountain range. Local mountain bike guides can take the guesswork out of planning a memorable biking trip. Hop on a horse for a quick ride in the mountains or a longer pack trip, or look into golf tour options for a golfing-focussed getaway.
Visitors can also see spectacular scenery on a guided ATV tour, perfect for first-timers and families. Experienced riders will enjoy riding on well-maintained and varied trails around Whistler's highest peaks.
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4282 Mountain Square
Whistler, British Columbia
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.
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