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Whistler is a winter wonderland boasting many activities for all enthusiasts!Whistler Heli-Skiing
Sixty times the area of Whistler/Blackcomb with an average of fewer than fifty Skiers a day.
Powder Mountain Catskiing
Powder Mountain Catskiing offers luxurious Bombardier snowcats to take you to an unforgettable day of cat skiing or snowboarding in the Whistler backcountry. Your day will consist of an average of 7,000 to 10,000 vertical feet of untracked powder. You will be picked up in Whistler Village at Tex Corleone's where you will enjoy a buffet breakfast at 7:30am and then be driven to the snowcat location. Certified guides will brief you on backcountry safety, avalanche awareness, and the use of avalanche transceivers (supplied by Powder Mountain Snowcats). A hearty lunch will also be provided while on the mountain. Guests will return to Whistler at approximately 5pm.
Cougar Mountain at Whistler
Snowmobile, Dogsled, Snowshoe and Fishing Winter Adventures. Cougar Mountain at Whistler has been thrilling guests with exciting Whistler backcountry adventures since 1983. Explore 18,000 acres of stunning terrain including Whistler’s famous ancient cedars, Cougar and Showh Lakes, Rainbow, Cougar Mountain and the Soo Valley. Our friendly, professional, qualified staff make your adventure one to remember!
Join us for an unforgettable experience in Whistler's winter wonderland. A horsedrawn sleigh ride is a true Canadian winter adventure anyone of any age group can enjoy. Sleighs move on metal bottom runners that glide smoothly across the snow. Our sleighs are designed for comfort with padded bench seats and warm blankets to cozy under. Sip on hot chocolate and listen to the sound of jingle bells while the sleigh is pulled by our precious Percheron draft horses. Our friendly staff (including the horses) will guide you through snow covered forested trails. On Blackcomb Mountain, you will be able to view the amazing night lights of Whistler Village. Our horses are gentle giants who are strong and friendly and they enjoy having their picture taken or just getting a pat. They always wear show harness with jingle bells for everyone to hear as they trot up the trail. Our drivers are also tour guides who are happy to answer any questions about the flora and fauna as well as the history of the Whistler area.
Cross Country Skiing
Over 28 kilometres of track-set cross-country trails take skiers through scenic Lost Lake Park, the Chateau Whistler Golf Course, and Nicklaus North Golf Course. Different routes are available for all levels of skiers. Trail maps and rental equipment are available in sports shops throughout the village. Season normally lasts from November through March. Additional information is available at