Explore All the Things to Do During the Summer and Winter
It’s the ultimate extreme activity; feel the adrenaline pump as you jump from Whistler Bungee’s 160-foot bridge over the Cheakamus River.
Ziptrek and Treetrek
Ziplining is one of the most popular activities you can do in Whistler year-round.
Vallea Lumina is a multimedia night walk in pursuit of hidden wonders. Ignite your senses with an immersive light show set in the forested surrounds of Cougar Mountain.
Skiing & Snowboarding
Between the two mountains’ three glaciers, 16 alpine bowls, multiple parks and over 8,100 acres of terrain, Whistler/Blackcomb is the ultimate skiing and snowboarding destination for both beginners and experts.
The course in the Whistler Olympic Park, as well as additional courses in Lost Lake Park and Callaghan Country, feature over 130 kilometres of groomed, maintained tracks.
If you can walk, you can snowshoe. Head out on a self-guided tour or take a guided nature tour that will show you some incredible areas through Lost Lake Park and the Callaghan Valley.
There are a number of guided snowmobile tours available for different ages and ability levels.
There are few things more fun and romantic than to enjoy a relaxing horse-drawn sleigh ride whilst admiring the amazing views around Green Lake, Blackcomb Mountain or the Fairmont Chateau Whistler golf course.
If you’ve been to Whistler, you know there are plenty of things to do besides ski in the winter and mountain bike in the summer. And if you haven’t been, we can’t wait to tell about all the great things to do and see in summer and winter – with just about all of it taking place moments from the Aava Whistler Hotel.
For starters, Whistler summers are simply spectacular. From annual events and free concerts to world-class mountain biking, golfing, family adventures, sightseeing and more, Whistler summers sizzle with a limitless array of things to do.
Once cold weather hits, Whistler Blackcomb has been rated as the number one ski resort in North America with good reason. The skiing and snowboarding are epic. And there are many, many more things to do when it’s winter in Whistler.