Shoot to thrill
Biathlon is a thrilling Olympic sport that combines cross-country skiing with target shooting. It's a test of speed and skill, and it's a unique winter activity that you have to experience for yourself.
Whistler Olympic Park offers biathlon lessons suitable for people aged ten and above. You can experience shooting a real .22 calibre biathlon rifle at our Olympic range, which is still actively used for biathlon training and competitions, and spend time exploring our world-class cross-country ski and snowshoe trails.
Our enthusiastic instructors are knowledgeable and experienced in skiing, rifle safety and marksmanship. Whether you're a novice or a seasoned biathlete, they're eager to share their passion and expertise with you.
Choose to book a Discover Biathlon lesson for up to 4 people, where you'll experience shooting a real .22 calibre biathlon rifle at our range with no need to put on skis. Or, opt for Private Biathlon for up to 6 people of the same ability, which combines shooting and cross-country skiing instruction in one exciting lesson.
Don't miss out on an opportunity to try this unique winter sport & create unforgettable memories.
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If you have questions about our biathlon lessons at Whistler Olympic Park or need advice to plan your visit, our friendly Guest Services team is here to help. You can reach us by email or at 604-964-0059.
Tickets & Passes
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