Whistler Olympic Park

Whistler Olympic Park has a history of glory and gold. One-third of all medals at the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games were awarded at the venue. Today, it remains an active centre for world-class competitors while preserving the winter legacy for the enjoyment of the Sea to Sky community and visitors. In addition to exploring 130 kilometers of picturesque cross-country ski and snowshoe trails, we offer snow play activities such as biathlon, tobogganing, baseboarding, fat biking and ski jumping. Summer activities include summer biathlon, fat biking rentals and Olympic sightseeing.


Phone: 604-964-0060 x 2460

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5 Callaghan Valley Rd

Whistler, BC

V0N 1B8



GPS Coordinates:

Latitude : 50.13912, Longitude : -123.11371

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Whistler Olympic Park is now closed for the winter season.

We will reopen again for summer operations on June 24, 2017 until early September.

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Summer Biathlon

Feel like an Olympian when you shoot a real biathlon rifle at the Olympic Biathlon Range and explore Whistler Olympic Park's beauty and history!

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Summer E-Fat Bike Rentals

Discover Whistler Olympic Park’s beauty on an electric assist fat tire bike in the summer! Designated bike routes are available for all abilities.

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Explore and learn about the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, our legacy venues and our sports on a self-guided tour!

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Cross Country Skiing

There’s no shortage of trails for classic and skate skiing - whatever your ability or ambitions, our scenic and legendary trails accommodate everybody. Lessons are available for all abilities!

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A wonderful introduction to winter, snowshoeing is a refreshing, low-impact activity that harnesses the skill of walking – suitable for all ages! Trails for all abilities and rentals available!

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Ski fast, shoot straight. In a test of speed and skill, biathlon combines the exhilaration of cross-country skiing and the marksmanship of target shooting. Discover this Olympic winter sport in a beginner lesson!

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Experience the newest winter thrill: Baseboarding, a hybrid of the sport of skeleton, bodyboarding on snow. No prior experience is necessary for a ride on the designated slope.

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The whole family will be giggling after a day of tobogganing - our dedicated hill is perfect for making endless runs on saucers, carpets or toboggans. Toboggans and helmets are available for free with admission to the Park.

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Fat Biking

Discover Whistler Olympic Park’s winter wonderland on a fat bike! Snow-specific tires let you cruise comfortably along the trails - try a new electric assist bike or choose one without the electric feature!

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Ski Jumping

Children and youth can try the exciting Olympic sport in multi-day camps and weekly programs throughout the season on the brand new training facility.

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Backcountry Access

Whistler Olympic Park is as central as it gets for backcountry users and wilderness explorers. 

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Whistler Olympic Park at a Glance


Day Lodge with sport school and licensed restaurant, Olympic cross-country stadium, Olympic biathlon stadium/range, 2 Olympic ski jumps (hill sizes 106m and 140m), flat instructional area, toboggan hill, ski play zone, event infrastructure/functional buildings.

Day Lodge

Full-service cross-country Day Lodge featuring rental shop with ski waxing service, sport school, retail shop, first aid centre, ski tuning and public waxing facilities, washrooms with showers, a licensed restaurant and a meeting room. Limited number of lockers available (own lock required).

XC Ski trails

Users have access to a total of 86.8km of ski trails groomed for skate & classic, thereof 27.2km dog friendly within “Ski Callaghan”, a partnership between Whistler Olympic Park (58.6km, thereof 8.4km dog friendly) and the neighboring XC ski area Callaghan Country (28.2km, thereof 18.8km dog friendly)

Snowshoe trails

Users have access to a total of 41.9km of snowshoe trails, thereof 17.5km dog friendly within “Ski Callaghan”, a partnership between Whistler Olympic Park (29.2km, thereof 4.8km dog friendly) and the neighboring XC ski area Callaghan Country (12.7km, thereof 12.7km dog friendly)

Instructional Facilities

Whistler Olympic Park features 5 excellent instructional facilities. Each site is close to shelter and washrooms and can be adapted to meet the needs of each instructional group. Our primary instructional area is located adjacent to the Day Lodge and rental shop on flat terrain with beginner slopes nearby.

Sport Facilities

Whistler Olympic Park was created for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games and is fortunate to now have 3 world class training and competition venues. Today the Park is recognized as National Training Centre for Ski Jumping & Nordic Combined and it is a regional Cross-Country and Biathlon Training Centre. Recently, a 20 and a 40 meter ski jump have been constructed as training facility. Local and national sport organizations are developing biathlon, cross-country, ski jumping and Nordic combined athletes using the top class facilities. For more information or to get involved in sport programs at Whistler Olympic Park please check our Community Sport Section.

Ski Play Zone

The gentle slope with a series of snow features and obstacles is designed to help children – and also ‘big kids’ – gain confidence on these features and develop balance, coordination and skills.

Event Venue

Whistler Olympic Park is venue for around 15 events throughout the winter season, ranging from grassroots level competitions to top-level events like National Championships in all Nordic disciplines. In the summer season, the Park is regularly home to events like the Ironman or Tough Mudder, concerts, sport events and festivals.

Free Parking

Eight parking lots with capacity for 500 cars (winter), disabled parking available close to Day Lodge and cross-country stadium/trails. Bus parking available (bus groups: please inform us in advance about your visit).


Whistler Olympic Park is dog-friendly with access to almost 30km of cross-country trails and to 17.5km of snowshoe trails that dogs are allowed on (please note on- and off-leash regulations on different trails). Dogs have to be on leash outside the Day Lodge and in the parking lots. Please respect the “pick up after your dog” policy. Dogs are not allowed on non-designated ski or snowshoe trails, on the toboggan hill, or in public buildings like the Day Lodge (except service dogs).

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