Responsible for three of Whistler's 2010 Olympic & Paralympic Winter Games Venues: the Whistler Sliding Centre, Whistler Olympic Park, and the Whistler Athletes' Centre.
Cross-Country Ski & Snowshoe Trails
As one of the largest Nordic recreation areas in North America, Whistler Olympic Park has so much to offer.
Explore the spectacular scenery with customized Discover Programs and tours for adults, kids, families, friends, and community groups. Test your aim at the Olympic Biathlon range and tour the Olympic Nordic competition area. Introduce the kids to Nordic skiing through new programs or the ski play zone - fun for the whole family!
- More than 90 kilometres of recreational cross-country ski trails.
- Expertly groomed terrain for both classic and skate skiing, ranging from beginner to expert caliber.
- Skiing under the stars on our network of night skiing trails.
- Over 20 kilometres of wilderness snowshoe trails.
- Select dog-friendly ski and snowshoe terrain.
- Backcountry access.
Day Lodge & Visitor Centre
The beautiful full-service Whistler Olympic Park Day Lodge is where you'll find friendly staff to help you make the most of your experience.
Services available at the Day Lodge include:
- Pass sales for skiing, snowshoeing or backcountry access
- Lessons for all ages and abilities
- Equipment and locker rentals
- Ski tuning and public waxing facilities
- Retail essentials
- Change facilities with showers and toilets
- First aid centre
- Food service including snacks and hot beverages
- Fireplace lounge or sun drenched deck
- Meeting room or venue rentals
What is for lunch?
Whistler Sport Legacies is proud to partner with Whistler Cooks as our primary food and beverage provider for Whistler Olympic Park and the Brandywine Café, located in the Day Lodge.
Whether you are out on a ski, watching an event or just enjoying the beautiful scenery of the Callaghan Valley, stop by the Day Lodge and enjoy a hot drink, snack or warm meal.
Private catering is also available for any groups. For more information, click here.
- Hot/cold beverages, wine and beer
- Continental and hot breakfast
- Pizza, grilled sandwiches and daily specials
- Soups and chilis
- Fondue for 2 - Wednesday nights only
Ski Play Zone
Check out the newest addition to Whistler Olympic Park.
The ski play zone is near the Day Lodge and dedicated for use by school groups and pre-booked clubs. It is composed of a gentle slope with a series of snow features and obstacles. The features allow kids to progress from easy tasks (slight rolls in the terrain), to bicycle bumps (alternating bumps in the terrain), to slalom gates, snow bumps and jumps. Gaining confidence on these features makes the trip down fun and helps develop great balance, coordination and skills. Kids also develop their uphill skills trying to get back up for another run. The uphill route is separated from the downhill to make for a safe controlled environment.
Whistler Olympic Park was created for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games and is fortunate to now have 3 world class training and competition venues.
You will undoubtedly see top class and aspiring athletes training or competing at one or more of the Olympic sport facilities. Local and national sport organizations are developing biathlon, cross-country, ski jumping and nordic combined athletes using the Whistler Olympic Park legacy facilities. For more information or to get involved in sport programs at Whistler Olympic Park please contact email@example.com
Whistler Olympic Park features 5 excellent instructional facilities allowing us to offer the highest quality instructional programs.
Each site is close to shelter and washrooms and can be adapted to meet the needs of each instructional group. Our primary instructional facility is located adjacent to the Day Lodge and rental shop on flat terrain with beginner slopes nearby. This site allows us to teach in a controlled, safe, and inviting environment leading to a highly successful outcomes and happy participants.
Our new favourite place to play.
The toboggan hill is also new to Whistler Olympic Park and already a favorite with visitors. The toboggan hill is adjacent to the Ski Play Zone with great views of the Olympic ski jumps and surrounding mountain range. It is a moderate slope, best suited for young children and families. The course is nearly 100 m in length with a long flat run out, and a separate pathway for walking back up the hill. All participants are required to wear helmets and follow the toboggan hill guidelines. Toboggans and helmets are available for rent at the Day Lodge.
Experience not necessary.
The Neverland Trail was created specifically for those skiers who have little or no experience cross-country skiing. The trail begins at the day lodge/rental shop and follows very flat and forgiving terrain for 3.8 kilometers. The Neverland Trail provides novices with a great opportunity to get comfortable on skis while touring past all 3 Olympic stadiums. This is also a great trail for families and parents pulling their young children in a pulk or trailer.
Free parking for you and your closest 500 friends.
Whistler Olympic Park has eight public access parking lots to conveniently service the various parts of the venue. In the winter there is plenty of parking with capacity for more than 500 vehicles. Summer parking is greatly expanded with easily accessible bus and vehicle parking to accommodate large events, festivals and sport competitions.
Corporate & Group Facilities
Whistler Olympic Park hosts a variety of facilities appropriate for groups and corporate functions.
For more information about booking these facilities please contact us or call 604 964-0041.
- 6,000 sq/ft technical building at the biathlon stadium
- 6,000 sq/ft technical building large multi-purpose room at the cross-country stadium
- Ski Jump Start Houses
- Day Lodge facilities