Whistler Summer Activities
This is your opportunity to experience the wildlife, vegetation, glaciers and rainforests of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. Visit bear dens and wander through pristine alpine meadows and old growth Western Hemlock forests. Learn how conservation and enhancement initiatives help to sustain healthy populations, and how mountain resorts are continually redesigning recreational experiences to ensure a sustainable future.
Explore the backcountry wilderness the Callaghan Valley and take in the pristine and breathtaking views through secluded trails. Or perhaps climb your way up Blackcomb Mountain on a night tour. Canadian Snowmobile have a wide range of tours tailored to the novice to the hardcore pro.
Begin your enchanting adventure by paddling across the historic Alta Lake where you will pass the original site of Myrtle Phillip’s summer fishing resort. Following families of ducks and geese into the lush river mouth you’ll paddle through flowing lilies and around bends of overhanging greenery. Flowing with the current, learn the strokes to steer through narrow passages. As the river opens up again on the other side you’ll get picked up on the shore of glacier fed Green Lake.
A jeep will take you swiftly on backcountry roads, powering through steep paths and roaring along alpine ridges. Nothing will stop those vehicles, and you will discover beautiful vistas and untouched natural surroundings and wildlife. From a journey to the peak of Whistler Mountain to a ride to a sunset on the glacier, take your chance to venture into the wilderness!
Immerse yourself in tranquil paradise. The Scandinave Spa offers an outdoor playground of hot tubs, saunas, solariums, steam rooms and cold baths. This Scandinave haven brings the ancient tradition of restorative hydrotherapy.
Be ready to experience the thrill of your life by jumping off a bridge! Jump 160 feet above the Cheakamus River attached to a bungee cord.