Explore Whistler Olympic Park's history and legacy from the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games!
When you are visiting, learn about the games by reading the interpretive signage, and take a photo as you visit the Olympic cross country stadium, the biathlon range, the majestic ski jumps and, of course, the Olympic Rings. You will gain an appreciation for this outstanding setting and why it was chosen to host the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games competitions in cross country, biathlon, ski jumping and Nordic combined as well as the 2010 Paralympic Games cross-country skiing and biathlon competitions. More than one-third of all Olympic Medals were awarded at Whistler Olympic Park!
Visit the Day Lodge and have an even closer look at memorabilia from the Games including items such as the Olympic torch, biathlon rifle, race bibs and more (Day Lodge is closed in summer 2020, an Olympic exhibit is available near the biathlon Activity Base instead).
The Park also features impressive First Nations art, created in the lead-up to the 2010 Games. Today the art legacy consists of five official Olympic pieces and two others that were added afterwards for a total of seven carvings and tapestries.
Sightseeing Is Possible During The Regular Opening Times In Winter & Summer
Winter Season 2023/24
November 24, 2023 - April 7, 2024
Summer Season 2024
Daily, late June - early October (operating dates tbd for 2024)
- There is small park access fee. This fee helps us maintain our venue for the benefit of local, national and international Nordic athletes for summer and winter training!
Try Our Activities and Help Our Athletes!
While you are at Whistler Olympic Park in the winter, try cross country skiing, snowshoeing, biathlon or tobogganing, or sign up for our lessons, youth programs and camps, and help us grow sport through your participation! In the summer, try the interactive Summer Biathlon Experience, or visit for Hiking or Disc Golf at your own pace.
Whistler Olympic Park is part of the not-for-profit organization Whistler Sport Legacies, and all revenue that is generated through recreational programs goes directly to sport, and helps keep costs for sport programming and athlete training low - this benefits, for example, the athletes of Whistler Olympic Park's very own Whistler Nordic Development Centre!