Whistler, BC: Whistler Olympic Park, in partnership with Kari Traa, presents Ladies Ski Day on Saturday, February 18, 2017. On that day, female skiers can enjoy a number of perks courtesy of the Park and Kari Traa Sportswear.
Please find below news releases issued by Whistler Sport Legacies:
Whistler, BC: With 30 cm of fresh snow and more in the forecast this week to add to the 137cm base, Whistler Olympic Park is well prepared for the 2017 Family Day Weekend. The winter destination South of Whistler will offer snow activities for all ages and abilities.
Whistler, BC: Whistler Olympic Park will have its full range of activities available for the holidays.
Whistler, BC: Whistler Sport Legacies is offering a wide variety of youth programming this winter to make as many sports available to local and visiting youth.
The fastest athletes on ice are back for their Luge World Cup at the Whistler Sliding Centre!
Whistler, BC: While the world’s top sliding athletes are training and competing on Whistler’s sliding track, the Whistler Sliding Centre also opens up its doors for beginners to give the three sliding sports a try.
Whistler, BC: As scheduled, Whistler Olympic Park opened its doors for the 2016/2017 season on Thursday, November 24. Around 130 centimeters of snow have fallen since November 23, which provides for a comfortable base for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, tobogganing and more.
Whistler, BC: The world’s best bobsleigh and skeleton athletes are back at the Whistler Sliding Centre to kick off the 2016-17 BMW IBSF World Cup season!
Whistler, BC – Ski Callaghan, the winter destination between Squamish and Whistler, will open for the public as planned this Thursday, November 24.
From November 23-26, 2016, bobsleigh and skeleton athletes from 18 nations will compete at the Whistler Sliding Centre for the IBSF North American Cup. Entry for spectators is free on all event days.
Whistler, BC – Early Bird season passes for Ski Callaghan, the joint venture of Whistler Olympic Park and Callaghan Country Wilderness Adventures, will be available for a few more days only, until November 23, 2016.
Whistler, BC: While Whistler’s snowboard, freestyle and downhill ski teams are still waiting for their first on-snow sessions, cross-country ski and biathlon athletes have already kicked off their training at Whistler Olympic Park, on ‘Callaghan Gold’, a loop made out of stored natural s
Whistler, BC: Everybody can learn sliding sports at the Whistler Sliding Centre this winter! Those who want to get a taste of the three sliding sports luge, skeleton and bobsleigh can now sign up for new introductory “Discover” programs, one-time sessions lead by professional coaches.
Whistler, BC: The Whistler Sliding Centre is welcoming a familiar face to its team! Former bobsleigh pilot Helen Upperton, two-time Olympian and Silver Medalist in 2010 on Whistler’s track, will take on the role of Head Coach & Sport Manager.
Whistler, BC – With less than three months to go until the start of the winter season 2016/2017, Ski Callaghan has released its Extra Early Bird Season Passes.
The Olympic Champions 2022 in the Nordic ski disciplines might be originating in the Sea to Sky region, as Whistler Sport Legacies is inviting young athletes to stay and train at the new “Whistler Nordic Development Centre”.
Whistler, BC: Families are in for a special deal this summer at the Whistler Sliding Centre. For the Summer Bobsleigh experience “Rolling Thunder”, suitable for ages 12 and up, one child slides for free with a paying adult 19 or older (ratio 1 child 12-18 years to 1 adult).
Whistler, BC: Canada Day will be the kickoff for Whistler Olympic Park’s summer operations in 2016.
Whistler, BC: Whistler Olympic Park is gearing up for the summer season which will run from July 1 until September 4, 2016 (10:00am until 4:30pm daily).
Whistler, BC: The Whistler Sliding Centre is looking ahead to an exciting season finish.