Responsible for three of Whistler's 2010 Olympic & Paralympic Winter Games Venues: the Whistler Sliding Centre, Whistler Olympic Park, and the Whistler Athletes' Centre.
Snowshoeing has traditional roots in Canada with many First Nations people and original settlers using snowshoes as a primary form of transportation during long Canadian winters. Improvements in snowshoe design, materials, and bindings have allowed snowshoeing to gain a strong following among outdoor enthusiasts. Snowshoeing provides an uncomplicated introduction to winter outdoor activity.
At Whistler Olympic Park snowshoe enthusiasts can strap on their snowshoes and leave directly from Brandywine Day Lodge for an enjoyable day on over 35km of maintained trails. Those that are just being introduced to snowshoeing or do not have their own equipment can rent top of the line snowshoes, over boots, and poles from our rental shop located in theBrandywine Day Lodge.
Our trail system includes novice trails, scenic lookouts, picnic shelters and heart pumping climbs deep in the coastal forestor. Select snowshoe trails are dog friendly.
For those looking for technical tips or a guide sport school offers private or group programs.