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Trails & Conditions

Check here often for updates as we progress through these weather cycles. 

Updated: Jun 15th 3:19pm

View looking North East to the Olympic Biathlon Range

Updated: Jun 15th 3:19pm

View looking towards Brandywine & Metal Dome Mountains to the west

Today's Summary

Daily Update

We are officially closed for the winter season, scheduled to reopen for summer operations FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 2024.  Access to the Park for sightseeing, hiking, disc golf, and biking is free; reservations are needed for RV & camping. Please visit our website for details

🏕️Book a Campsite  here
🎯Book Summer Biathlon  here 

The team at Whistler Olympic Park.

Grooming Summary

Whistler Olympic Park is now closed for the 2023/2024 winter season.

Operations, grooming, and snowclearing staff have transitioned their roles to prepare the park for the summer season.

While guest services are available for inquires as they prepare to welcome guests for summer opening, on Friday June 28, 2024

UPDATED: May 24, 2024 at 5:15am

XC Trails

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Snowshoe Trails

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Weather

8°C
light rain
Updated: Jun 15th 2:00pm

Today's Hours

8:30am - 4:30pm

Hours & Directions

The detailed status report of Whistler Olympic Park's winter trails can be viewed below. Grooming information is updated in real-time within the table and live map as our teams work through the trail network, thanks to technology provided by Nordic Pulse.

Please click the link below for information on Callaghan Country's neighbouring trail network.

Callaghan Country trail Conditions

Interactive Grooming Map

  • Open
  • Closed
  • Dog-friendly
  • Last groomed

Olympic Plateau Trails

Green
Kids' Adventure (1.0km)
44
Green
Neverland Trail (4.2km)
44
Green
Outrun (0.3km)
44
Blue
Biathlon Connector (0.8km)
44
Blue
Olympic Biathlon (4.0km)
44
Black
Olympic Cross-Country Blue (5.0km)
44
Black
Olympic Cross-Country Red (5.0km)
44

South Trails

Green
1/2 Way Around the World (0.3km)
44
Green
Around the World (2.5km) Dog Friendly Trail
44

Green
Brandywine View (1.7km) Dog Friendly Trail
44
Green
Over Easy (0.1km)
44
Green
Top of the World (0.5km)
44
Blue
Lower Line Road (0.7km)
44
Blue
Mountain View (1.7km)
44
Black
Cross Train (0.2km)
44
Black
Metal Dome (0.4km) Dog Friendly Trail
44

Lower Madeley Trails

Green
Inside Passage (1.0km)
44
Green
Madeley Creek Loop (4.0km)
44
Green
Olympic Connector (0.4km)
44
Green
Paws Passage (0.6km) Dog Friendly Trail
44
Green
Porter's Glide (2.5km) Dog Friendly Trail
44
Green
Twilight Meadows (0.6km)
44
Green
Zoey's Saunter (0.9km) Dog Friendly Trail
44

Upper Madeley Trails

Blue
Keith's Challenge (1.4km)
44
Blue
Lunch Lake (1.1km)
44
Blue
Madeley Road (3.1km)
44
Blue
Norwegian Woods (3.9km)
44
Blue
Way To Go (0.6km)
44
Black
Callaghan Connector (1.1km)
44
Black
Falls Bypass (0.2km)
44
Black
Howe It Goes (2.4km)
44
Black
Loon Lake Loop (2.3km)
44

Snowshoe Trails

Green
Marley's Meander (1.6km) Dog Friendly Trail
44
Green
Paws Passage (0.6km) Dog Friendly Trail
44
Multi-use trail. Please stay off ski tracks.
Green
Porter's Glide (2.5km) Dog Friendly Trail
44
Multi-use trail. Please stay off ski tracks.
Green
Ski Jump Loop (2.8km)
44
Green
Stadium Explorer (2.4km)
44
Green
Wetland Wanderer (1.7km)
44
Blue
Biathlon Explorer (1.0km)
44
Blue
Lookout Explorer (3.4km)
44
Blue
Madeley Explorer (2.4km)
44
Blue
Shuler's Shuffle (1.2km) Dog Friendly Trail
44
Blue
Walk with Giants (1.4km)
44
Black
Callaghan Grind (0.6km)
44

Toboggan Trails

Green
Toboggan Hill
44
two women on skis smiling with white dog

Providing a safe and enjoyable experience for all

Winter Safety and Risk Awareness

We take pride in providing a safe environment for all our guests and staff. However, please be aware that cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and other winter activities come with a risk of injury. To stay safe, please familiarize yourself with our Winter Safety and Risk Awareness information, which you can find in the link below:

Learn More

Everyone visiting Whistler Olympic Park/Ski Callaghan must also read the Exclusion of Liability, posted throughout the venue. This document outlines important information about your legal responsibilities and rights as a user of our premises and facilities.

Thank you for your cooperation in ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone at Whistler Olympic Park.