Whistler is a year-round leisure and meeting destination
located 120 kilometres (75 miles) north of Vancouver,
B.C., Canada and a site for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic
Winter Games. Whistler Blackcomb Mountains have the most
terrain (7,071 acres) and greatest vertical (5,280 feet
or one mile) in North America with an average annual
snowfall of nine metres (30 feet).
The Whistler Valley offers many hidden treasures, one
of which is the Fitzsimmons Creek. Surrounded by beautiful
coastal rainforest the creek runs right through the middle
of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains and is fed by the
surrounding glacier caps. Tours running through the valley
offer a touch of nature coupled with great views and
extensive wildlife. Perfect for beginners, all trails
are groomed and easy to ride.
We have exclusive year round access to Blackcomb
Mountain which boasts over 1609m of vertical drop,
the most of any ski resort in North America. The mountain
features over 4000 acres of skiable terrain including
two large glaciers and 44 groomed runs. Blackcomb is
also home to the 2010 Olympic Bobsled, Luge, and Skeleton
track. Winter and spring offer amazing snowmobile tours
for beginner through to advanced riders. With groomed
trails, as well as wide open play areas there is enough
adventurous terrain to satisfy everyone.
Summer and fall offer everything from ATV to Jeep
Rubicon 4X4 tours. Exclusive mountain-top dining
is offered at 6400ft during both summer and winter.
The Crystal Hut, a Canadian log style cabin, offers
a perfect view over Whistler Valley and an unforgettable
The Callaghan Valley
Situated approximately 15km south of the Whistler
Village is snowmobile paradise. Receiving 40% more
snow than Whistler Mountain during the winter season
there is more than enough powder to satisfy even the
most experienced snowmobiler. The valley offers a wide
range of on and off trail riding. Over 100km of trails
lead to over 3 frozen lakes, 3 mountain peaks, and
various wide open play areas.
Advanced riders can have the opportunity to climb
high into the alpine to experience mountain riding
at its best. Home to the Nordic and Cross-country
events at the 2010 Olympic Games, as well as beautiful
waterfalls and lookouts, the valley offers great
sightseeing as well as adventure.
The ultimate untouched playground for snowmobile
enthusiasts. Voyage over the Hurley Pass to this gem
of a ghost town and immerse yourself in the history
of North America's second largest gold mine. Explore
the vast and adverse mountain ranges of Mount Gandolf
and Mount Shadowfax, the magesty will blow your mind
away. Come discover this enclave that is tucked in
the mountains of British Columbia's interior.