Top 7 Things to Do in Whistler

The huge dual resort of Whistler Blackcomb provides a great way to spend an action packed vacation. In either the winter or summer there is plenty to do for the outdoor enthusiast - and of course there is also the beautiful town of Whistler to enjoy during those less adventurous moments.
Skiing and snowboarding

Skiing and snowboarding

With an incredible 8,171 acres of skiable terrain, Whistler Blackcombe is the largest ski resort in North America. Spanning two separate mountains, the resort has something for everyone, from gentle beginner runs to steep, challenging runs for the advanced skier or snowboarder.
Heliskiing

Heliskiing

Whistler Heli-skiing offers access to 432,000 exclusive acres of terrain, including 173 glaciers and 475 runs. Packages are available for everything from strong intermediates to advanced skiers and snowboarders.
The Peak 2 Peak Gondola

The Peak 2 Peak Gondola

Spanning 4.4 kilometers and soaring 436 meters above the valley, the sensational Peak 2 Peak Gondola connects Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. Accessible during the winter and summer by skiers, snowboarders and foot passengers alike, the gondola is a thrilling ride offering breathtaking views of the mountains and the ski hills.

Hiking

During the summer months the lifts can be used to access over 50 kilometers of hiking, running and interpretive walking trails. 
Mountain biking

Mountain biking

The Whistler Mountain Bike Park offers an exciting mountain biking experience for riders of all ages and abilities.
The Squamish Lil-Wat Cultural Centre

The Squamish Lil-Wat Cultural Centre

This authentic cultural experience features art and exhibits showcasing the histories, creative works and cultures of the Squamish and Lil’Wat 
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Bear Viewing and Ecology Tours

Bear Viewing and Ecology Tours

Discover the wildlife, vegetation, glaciers and rainforests of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. Travelling in a comfortable 4x4, you will pass bear dens, alpine meadows and old growth Western Hemlock forests, while your knowledgeable guide explains about conservation initiatives designed to help sustain healthy bear populations.