Snowshoeing (Canadian Tourism Commission photo)
Whistler Blackcomb and the nearby Callaghan Valley have a variety of snowshoeing trails and tours for all levels of ability.
In addition there are excellent accommodation, dining, and world class skiing and snowboarding.
Snowshoeing at Lost Lake
Lost Lake Park maintains approximately 14km/8.7mi of well-marked trails. Choose from three different loops, the longest of which goes to Green Lake lookout and around Lost Lake.
Grab a trail map and venture out on a self-guided adventure. Snowshoe rentals are available; snowshoers and cross-country skiers use separate trails.
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When you have explored the 8,000 plus acres of terrain on both mountains, head down to the valley and experience Village life. There's plenty to do & explore like different restaurants, shopping, rest day activities such as a spa treatment, après & nightlife action. Or check out the many other winter activities Whistler Blackcomb has to offer including ski & snowboard lessons, snowmobiling, ziplining, heli-skiing, heli-boarding, snowshoeing, sleigh rides & our tube park.
Whistler Sport Legacies is a non-profit organization where proceeds go towards the development of sport.
The Whistler Sliding Centre hosted the bobsleigh, luge & skeleton events during the 2010 Olympic Winter Games. Our Sliding Experiences allow you to enjoy the thrill of Bobsleigh with a pilot or Skeleton on your own, or go on a self-guided tour of the venue year-round.
Whistler Olympic Park , located in the Callaghan Valley, host site of the Nordic events for the 2010 Olympic & Paralympic Winter Games. This venue hosts multiple activities from winter to summer: cross-country skiing, biathlon, hiking, horseback riding and more.