In Whistler dogs are as much a part of the community as we are, and the winter is no exception. Although dogs are not allowed to ski with you on Whistler Blackcomb there are plenty of other awesome things you can do together in the valley. Plus, dogs always stay with us for free!
Pet Friendly Whistler Snowshoeing
When winter rolls around, Whistler’s hiking and biking trails create an endless network of dog friendly snowshoe trails. You can visit some of the groomed and maintained snowshoe trails at Lost Lake, or grab a map and some local knowledge from our front desk and head our for a self-guided adventure in the forests surrounding the hotel.
We want to make snowshoeing Whistler valley with your dog even easier, so we have free snowshoe rentals for our guests. Just ask at the front desk to reserve a pair.
If you have an older dog, we recommend trying snowshoeing with them because of the naturally slower place of travel.
Pet Friendly Whistler Nordic Skiing
If you have a young or athletic dog, nordic (cross-country skiing) is the way to go. There are two dog friendly nordic skiing locations in Whistler:
1. Whistler Olympic Park in the Callaghan Valley: Ticket and dog pass, $29 + rental fee.
New to cross-country skiing? Try it on Wednesday for $5 for a pass and rental from 3pm – 9pm. To find out more or book online visit whistlersportlegacies.com/activities/cross-country-skiing
3. The Valley Trail from Meadow Park to Rainbow Park: The trail is free but there are no rental facilities.
Pet Friendly Hotels Whistler
We love it when guests leave nice comments, but it really makes our hearts glow when the tell us how much their dogs love to stay with us, too. Take a look at a few of the amazing things people have said about us and see if you agree that we’re the best of the pet friendly hotels Whistler village has to offer.