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World Ski & Snowboard Festival

Every April, the World Ski & Snowboard Festival (WSSF) takes Whistler by storm. Over 250,000 fans flock to the world-renown mountain resort each year to witness North America’s largest annual snowsport, music, and mountain culture celebration.  No matter how you do it – by boat, by plane, by train – just get to Whistler from April 11-20, 2014 and get involved!

World Ski & Snowboard Festival

Here’s the full 2014 Schedule – we’ve highlighted and linked Summit’s top event choices for you to check out. And remember the World Ski & Snowboard Festival asks you to embrace the Festival’s motto: Party in April, Sleep in May! Buy your tickets and book your accommodation today!

Exciting WSSF EventsMusic

Outdoor Concert Series – Daily from 2:30-5:30PM at Skiers Plaza for FREE
► Bud Light Freeride Club Series – Various Clubs & Bars in Whistler for FREE
► SILENT DISCO – Friday, April 18 from 9PM-1AM at GLC for $20.00
The END – Saturday, April 19 from 10PM-4AM at Whistler Conference Centre for $35.00


Intersection – April 16 at 8PM at Whistler Conference Centre for $25.00
Olympus 72hr. Filmmaker Showdown – April 15 at 8PM at Whistler Conference Centre for $25.00
Olympus 72hr. Filmmaker ENCORE – April 18 at 7PM at Whistler Conference Centre for $25.00
► Olympus Pro Photographer Showdown – April 17 at 8PM at Whistler Conference Centre – SOLD OUT
State of the ART – April 11 to 20 at Whistler Conference Centre for FREE
► 2nd Cuts Filmmaker Screening – April 16 at 12PM-3PM at Whistler Conference Centre for $10.00
Best of the Fest
– April 20 at 8:30PM at GLC for $25.00


Big Air – April 19 at Skiers Plaza for FREE
The Shred Show – April 11-13 on Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains for FREE
► Demo Park – April 12-13 and 19-20 on Whistler Mountain (Outside Roundhouse Lodge) for FREE
► Mascot Mayhem – April 19 at 11AM-12PM at Whistler Village for FREE – Kid Friendly
Whistler Dogfest
– April 20 at 12PM-2PM at Village Common for FREE
Super BRAWL Sunday: Roller Derby
– April 20 at 6PM at Whistler Conference Centre for $15.00

Fabulous WSSF Facts

  • The average temperature in Whistler Village during the WSSF in April is 11oC.
  • Over the past three years, WSSF has helped contribute over $28,000 to the Playground Builders, an organization that builds playgrounds for children in war-torn areas.
  • On average, the WSSF sees over 300 volunteers log more than 3000 hours every spring.
  • Over 50 musical acts played at two outdoor stages and 9 different indoor venues in 2013, offering more than 100 hours of free music to festival-goers. Last year’s award-winning artists included The Arkells, Swollen Members, Nas, and K-OS.
  • A number of Olympians have competed at various WSSF ski and snowboard events, including: Gus Kenworthy, Sage Kotsenburg, Mike Riddle, Sebastien Toutant, Yuki Tsubota, Roz Groenewoud, and Alex Beaulieu-Marchand.

Now in its 19th year, the WSSF continues to grow in scope and popularity. WSSF is voted Whistler’s “Event of the Year” every year by Whistler locals and it is the perfect showcase of the resort’s diverse personality and energy. For those who can’t make it to Whistler, they can join the international television audience in over 122 countries!

For more information give the friendly and knowledgeable staff at Summit Lodge a call at 1.888.913.8811. They’ll be more than excited to tell you more about the amazing events going on during the WSSF.

Whistler’s Fire & Ice Show

Sunday nights start with a bang when fireworks light up Whistler’s winter sky. Magical, spectacular fireworks burst and pierce the darkness, illuminating Whistler Mountain. The oo’s and awe’s of the admiring crowd are swept away by the winter wind. Sounds pretty picturesque, eh? But wait, we’re just getting started!

Fire & Ice Show

Visitors and locals alike who gather aren’t just awaiting the fireworks display. They’ve meet to watch Whistler’s elite skiers and snowboarders burst through the three-metre, gas-fed flaming hoops. Soaring above Whistler Village, the riders throw down stylish flips, spins and grabs for the cheering crowd below! My friends, this is the legendary Fire & Ice Show.

Top members of Whistler Blackcomb’s Ski & Snowboard School perform extraordinary feats of anti-gravity through rings of fire. Dancers and fire spinners move to the beats showcasing amazing talent, coordination and obviously no fear of the flame! The show finishes off that magical, spectacular display of fireworks that is sure to delight. The buzzing crowd then disperses throughout Whistler Village’s restaurants, pubs and clubs and cafes and shops, chatting about the astonishing performance and scrolling through snapshots of the evening.

The Fire & Ice Show is a free event that happens every Sunday night at 6:30PM during the winter months until March 30. Visiting families and friends and diehard locals watch in Skier’s Plaza at the base of Whistler Mountain. The crowd tends to gathers at the base, but there are a few bars from which to watch the show – GLC, Longhorn Saloon and Black’s Pub. The GLC offers the best view from the outdoor heated patio, and is kid friendly until 8PM.

If you prefer be up close and want the chance to watch the performers expressions when they land an epic trick, then be sure to arrive 30 minutes early and head to the base of the massive snow jump. If you get up close enough, the lively announcer might even call your kids up to answer some easy trivia questions for some pretty epic prizes.

The Fire & Ice Show is definitely a Whistler Winter Must Do. It couldn’t get any better than spending an evening with family and friends, while catching free live entertainment, all happening within a few minutes’ walk from your suite at the Summit Lodge & Spa. Be sure to grab a hot chocolate from a local coffee shop on route to the show!

For more information on the Fire & Ice Show and other Whistler winter activities, talk to our friendly staff at Summit Lodge & Spa. Toll-free 1 (888) 913.8811.

Top 5 Kid-Friendly Winter Whistler Activities

whistler kids activities

1) Ski and Snowboard Lessons

Sign your kids up for ski and snowboard lessons! Whistler Blackcomb groups 3 to 6 and 7 to 12 year olds together, to ensure that your kids are learning with friends their own age and skill level. Tots and Kids Lessons and Camps are designed for kids, and are taught by instructors who are kids at heart. By signing your children up for Snow School, you’re not only investing in future pathfinders, explorers and trailblazers, but ensuring your child develops confidence, and understands the importance of safety on the mountain.

2) Magic Castle & Tree Fort

“Na-na-na-na-boo-boo, I’m the King of the castle!” Your kids can be Kings and Queens of the Magic Castle on Blackcomb Mountain, and explore the tree tops in the enchanted Tree Fort on Whistler Mountain. These outdoor play areas provide a little magic for families to explore while taking a break from skiing and snowboarding. Your kids will keep busy, climbing, sliding, and exploring in these made-for-kids mountain feature.

3) Coca-Cola Tube Park

The family fun doesn’t have to end when the lifts close, because the Coca Cola Tube Park, located at Base 2 Zone of Blackcomb Mountain is open seven days a week, until 7PM. Feel the wind in your hair as you cruise down the exhilarating, multi-lane tubing hill. The lanes are 1,000 ft long, but fear not, there’s no way we’d expect the kids to walk back up the hill – no, no. A state-of-the-art carpet style conveyor transports you effortlessly back up for another run. The Coca Cola Tube Park is a Whistler Winter Must Do! Adults, you’ll be surprised by how much this winter activity brings the kid out in you!

4) Ziptrek Ecotours

Watch the kids soar to new heights this winter with the amazing Ziptrek tour guides and other adventurous Ziptrek tour-goers. Be a sport, and earn major Mum and Dad points for putting on the harness and tackling an extreme ziplining adventure. Your kids will love having you on board! Minimum age for tour is 6 years old, and kids must be a minimum weight of 65 pounds. Kids under the minimum weight can ride tandem on the Bear Tour with a professional Ziptrek guide.

5) Bounce – Whistler’s Indoor Trampoline Park

If the kids want to change their snowpants for shorts, jumping on massive trampolines is a great addition to all outdoor activities. Located in Function Junction, just 8 minutes South of Whistler Village, Bounce Acrobatic Academy is an extravaganza of fun! Intended for kids 8 and older, this acrobatic activity is one way to ensure the kiddies burn some energy – especially after a long drive! Drop in 7 days a week from 11AM – 9PM, but be sure to call ahead as Bounce does rent out the entire facility for birthday parties and private functions.

For more information on these family-friendly Whistler winter activities, talk to our friendly staff at Summit Lodge & Spa. Toll-free 1 (888) 913.8811.

Dining in Whistler

Located in the spectacular Coast Mountains of British Columbia, Whistler is Canada’s premier, year-round destination. Whistler features two majestic mountains with a vibrant base Village, epic skiing, snowboarding, hiking trails, four championship golf courses, unbeatable shopping, spas and arguably the best mountain bike park in the world. Clearly, Whistler’s got it all, naturally attracting over two million people each year. This of course, transcends into over two million hungry tummies. Dining in Whistler can be overwhelming, especially with all the great choices – so we’ve broken it down into bite-size-pieces so it’s easier to digest!

Dining in Whistler

So, once you’ve worked up an appetite, where do you go to satisfy your craving? Heck, there are over 70 restaurants and pubs in Whistler to choose from! Let’s start simple. The Summit Lodge & Spa boasts two of Whistler’s best restaurants – Elements Urban Tapas Parlour and Sachi Sushi, both local favourites.

Accessible from the Summit Lodge lobby, Elements never disappoints with ever-changing menus created with a commitment to local meats, produce and seafood, and BC VQA boutique wines. Elements has been voted Best Tapas since 2005! Local tip: Try the Eggs Benedict.

Just around the corner from Elements, is Sachi Sushi, where the atmosphere is always upbeat, with energetic servers and creative sushi chefs to make your dining experience unforgettable. Owner and Head chef Toshiyuki Kobayashi has over 30 years experience, and has been making Whistler’s Best Sushi for 25 years!

Now that you’ve nailed down two of the best restaurants in Whistler, why not dabble in a few more. During Whistler Tasting Tours walking tours, guests enjoy a fantastic multi-course meal with local wine pairings, where each course is provided at different Whistler restaurant. The blind wine tasting and tasty treats are a definite highlight, and nothing beats sabering a bottle of champagne in Whistler’s largest wine cellar. With lunch, dinner and dessert tours, Whistler Tasting Tours will help you discover the best in the Whistler dining scene.

Pique’s Best of Whistler 2013 – Food & Drink

Best Pasta – Pasta Lupino Gourmet
Best Soup, Stew and Chilli – Gone Village Eatery
Best Pizza – Creekbread
Best Beer – Brewhouse
Best Hot Chocolate – Blenz
Best Quick Lunch & Best Vegetarian Food – Ingrid’s
Best Dessert – PureBread and Araxi
Best Value – El Furniture Warehouse – Everything on the menu is $5.00
Best Burger – Splitz Grill
Best Steak – Hy’s Steakhouse

Whistler’s award winning restaurants and chefs offer appetizing food and drink from different ethnicities and regions, with many featuring organic and locally sourced ingredients – for those seeking a truly Canadian dish. For more information on any of the restaurants listed, please call the friendly and knowledgeable staff at Summit Lodge. Toll-free 1 (888) 913.8811.

AltiTube – Whistler Weekly News

Summit is excited to announce a new partnership with AltiTube, a weekly news show that highlights that week’s events, festivals, activities, mountain conditions, weather and anything else happening in Whistler that week!

Hosted by Whistler locals, Liz Hammond and Adam Kaye, AltiTube will give guests and locals alike all they need to know about what’s going on that week in Whistler.

The show is embedded on our homepage as well as throughout the site. Be sure to check back every Monday for a new episode.

Zipline: A Year Round Activity

Soar to new heights this winter with friendly and knowledgeable zipline tour guides and other adventurous zipline tour-goers. Ziptrek Ecotours and Superfly Ziplines, Whistler’s Zipling Tour Companies, are open year-round — offering their guests a chilly but cheerful winter experience, with views like no other. Experience the exhilaration of bravely stepping to the platform edge, lifting your feet, then soaring above the forest floor, reaching speeds up to 100km/hour!

Whistler Zipline

While both Ziptrek and Superfly deliver a product that approximates the feeling of flying, there are subtle differences to their tours that make for a completely unique experience. I was lucky to do both Ziptrek and Superfly tours this summer, and here are some differences worth mentioning.


Combing ziplining with education about Whistler’s centuries-old rainforest ecology, the importance of sustainability, and precisely how the company practices what it preaches, Ziptrek provides unparalleled adventure in an environmentally and socially responsible way.

The tour area now boasts 7 suspension bridges, 2 rigid aerial bridges, 10 treetop viewing platforms and a total of 10 ziplines. Ziptrek offers 3 tours — Bear, Eagle, and Mammoth — that are suitable for first-time ziptrekkers (ages 6 and up), veteran adventurers, and full on adrenaline junkies.

At Ziptrek, the harness system allows you complete freedom to move, take a look around (if you can keep your eyes open!), and even enjoy your zipline ride hanging upside down! No doubt you’ll describe your experience in one word, make that sound, “WHOO-HOO!”


Superfly is all about length, height and speed! Superfly boasts Canada’s longest ziplines, at well over a kilometer long, 600 feet off the forest floor, and clocking speeds of 100km/hour. You’ll certainly have enough time to take in the views as you soar between two mountains! With your arms spread wide, it’s as if you’ve strapped on a pair of wings.

To follow up the longest ziplines, you’ll be clipped on to the fastest of all ziplines, “Godzilla,” In the “torpedo position,” I reached speeds of close to 90km/hour! The custom-built trolley rigs, comfortable harnesses and revolutionary braking system, make flights safe and smooth. At Superfly, your harness, fitted with a backpack, allows you to bring valuables and keep them safe.

Locals and tourists can become zipliners year-round, day or night, soaring in the summer breeze or crisp winter air. No matter the weather or temperature, you are guaranteed to have an amazing experience. With heated and sheltered platforms to minimize exposure to the elements, you’ve got no excuse not to go ziplining this winter!

The friendly and knowledgeable staff at Summit Lodge is eager to help you plan your ‘Ziplining Adventure’ in Whistler. For information in booking your stay and activities call Toll-free 1 (888) 913.8811.

Must Do Whistler Blackcomb Runs: Interview with Feet Banks

Mount Currie Coffee Company, Whistler — While most people who have been in Whistler for longer than six months wouldn’t need to be told who Feet Banks is, there still may be a question of what he actually does… Feet is an author, a magazine editor, a filmmaker, and an in-demand host/emcee. He has worked with Tourism Whistler, Whistler Film Festival, Whistler Blackcomb and the World Ski & Snowboard Festival.



Feet moved to Whistler at the age of 12 so his parents could live the dream and ski as much as possible. Growing up in Whistler, Feet worked jobs that would allow him to ski all day and eat free food (ie. busboy at Sushi Village). Lucky for Feet, he’s been able to avoid the 9-5 lifestyle, by choosing a career path that allows him to romp around Whistler digging up all the great stuff about this resort town and sharing it with locals and visitors alike.

Between writing blog posts for The Whistler Insider, finishing off pending work before his Christmas holiday, and getting in a few runs, Feet found the time to sit down with Summit Lodge & Spa to discuss the Must Do Whistler Blackcomb Runs.

Interview conducted by Liz Hammond for Summit Lodge & Spa

Summit Lodge: What is your favourite run?

Feet: I’ve been skiing Whistler and Blackcomb since 1988, and one that I always enjoy is School Marm on Blackcomb — it’s a lower mountain classic. It’s often over looked because it’s the bottom half of the mountain, but it’s steep and fast, and it stays in the shade, so it keeps snow late in the year. It’s kind of tucked away so you can really open ‘er up and let ‘er go!

Summit Lodge: What can you recommend for powder runs on Whistler Mountain?

Feet: There are very few places in North America like the Harmony Zone on Whistler Mountain, just because it’s huge and open, and as you’re riding the lift you can see where you want to go, you can see where it’s been tracked, you can see where people are getting deep, and where the wind pockets are. The fact that you get to see everything before you rip it in Harmony, makes it an epic powder zone.

Summit Lodge: What about powder zones on Blackcomb Mountain?

Feet: It’s not on the map, but there’s an area called High Test and Low Test — my old man’s favourite secret powder stash. When we were kids and it’d be near the end of the day, my old man would always say “Well, there are always good tracks in High Test!” You kind of have to cut under 7th Heaven a bit and dip through the rocks, and then it opens up into a nice field of pow. You’ve got to find it. If you’re just a regular pow ripper, you can always find stuff in Xhiggy’s Meadow and Lakeside Bowl.

Summit Lodge: What’s the best cruiser run?

Feet: Obviously the best cruiser is Dave Murray Downhill on Whistler Mountain, which has been used for the World Cup and Olympic downhill races, is named after a local legend, and if you want speed, you can get it on Dave Murray Downhill. It’s a popular run, and you have to be careful of other people, but when conditions are good, you can go all the way down to the Valley like they do in the Olympics and that’s freaking awesome!

Summit Lodge: What’s the best cruiser run on Blackcomb?

Feet: On Blackcomb, the classic cruiser is Ross’ Gold/Gandy Dancer — you know it’s a good one because that’s where all the Ski Clubs used to train their gate racing. It’s the perfect fall line with lots of rollers.

Summit Lodge: What’s the best green run?

Feet: Burnt Stew Trials on Whistler Mountain — high alpine, meandering, very easy. Not for beginning snowboarders, because it’s too flat at the end.

Summit Lodge: What’s the best blue run?

Feet: Blackcomb has the best blue runs — Blackcomb Glacier and anything on 7th Heaven. On Whistler, the best blue is The Saddle; it’s nicknamed “Run of the Day.” You’re high up, you can see everything, and it feels like you’re in riding big mountains.

Summit Lodge: What’s the best single black?

Feet: Secret Bowl is the best black on Blackcomb. It actually lives up to its’ name, not many people go in there. You have to stay aware, because you might find yourself in a double black and trying to get out of it can be a challenge. On Whistler, the best black is Bagel Bowl, or anything off the peak.

Summit Lodge: What about skiing and riding backcountry?

Feet: The only way you should do it, is with Extremely Canadian Backcountry Tours. Don’t ever go by yourself. They’ll take you to the stops that even long time locals don’t know about, and they’ll get you there safe. They’re a one stop shop, Extremely Canadian.

Summit Lodge: Thanks Feet! Anything else you’d like to add?

Feet: The most important thing to remember about Whistler Blackcomb is there is something for everyone. No matter how extreme you are, or how beginner, you’re going to find something that blows your mind and tests your abilities, and gets the stoke high to get you back up there doing something a little bit harder the next day. If you don’t fall, you’re not learning, so don’t be afraid to take a chance and wipe out because that’s part of the game.

Don’t Suck at Skiing

Some people are naturally excellent skiers. I’m sure that, like me, you’ve seen them whizzing past after yet another blunder has left you lying in the snow. You’ve been “doing the pizza” to help you keep control, but you’re quickly losing confidence on the hill. Humph!

If this sounds familiar, fear not! This checklist is designed to help you prepare for the upcoming ski season, and in no time, you’ll become a great skier blazing down the Whistler Blackcomb slopes!

Summit’s Guide to Success Skiing

1. Be prepared for the weather

It’s recommended to wear layered ski clothes that maintain the heat you produce when skiing. Avoid cotton, instead wear thermal materials like polyester and polypropylene as a basic layer; these materials absorb moisture and provide full dryness. For the mid layer, wear anything that is insulating like a sweater or a turtleneck, designed to keep you warm and comfortable. The final layer is the outer layer, which is in contact with your environment i.e. ski jacket and ski pants. This layer will provide you with protection from external forces and cushion inevitable falls.

2. Take Lessons

Take it from Virginia who says “Even though I don’t totally suck, I’m a burden to ski with. So, I signed up for a Max 4 Ski Lesson with Whistler Blackcomb. A maximum of 4 people per instructor means you get some great one-on-one ski instruction. For anyone relatively new to Whistler Blackcomb, a ski lesson can be so much more than just a technical adjustment or skills refresher. It can be an opportunity to get to know the mountain on a more personal, comfortable level.”

3. Know you way around the mountain

It’s such a pain to pull out that big awkward paper trail map that gets wrinkled and soggy or caught in the wind. Google Maps now has ski mountain maps, including Whistler Blackcomb. Blue, green and black runs are shown as solid coloured lines and ski lifts are red dotted lines. The maps are comprehensive and accurate, helping you to find the best route down the hill.

This season, don’t stifle your inner-skier. Use these helpful tips to prevent you from crashing and burning in front of your holiday friends. Remember, have fun! The friendly staff at Summit Lodge & Spa is eager to help you plan your stay and day out on the slopes. Call Toll-free 1 (888) 913.8811.

Whistler Cornucopia 2013

“Accept what life offers you and try to drink from every cup. All wines should be tasted; some should only be sipped, but with others, drink the whole bottle.” Well said Paulo Coelho. We couldn’t agree with you more!

Year-round in Whistler, locals and visitors have every opportunity to try their hand at world-renown outdoor sports, and take part in legendary festivals and activities. Whether you’ve come to ski or snowboard, bike or hike, or eat, drink and be merry, there is plenty to see and do. We’ve got another Whistler Must-Do to add to your list, and trust us when we say; you’ll take more than just one sip!

whistler cornucopia festival

Whistler Cornucopia, an annual celebration of food and wine takes place from November 7-17, 2013, and we couldn’t be more excited! Food and wine lovers will unite, and take part in interesting seminars, marvel at the masterpiece on the end of their forks, and attend gala tasting events and legendary after parties. Much more than just wine-swirlers declaring “my Pinot Noir is fruity on the nose, with notes of stewed rhubarb, fig, dried rose petals, and orange,” Cornucopia has something for everyone.

House Party is a perfect entry level event, and will kick off the Festival on November 7, 2013 at the Whistler Conference Centre from 6PM-9PM. Now recognized as one of the hottest events of the year, House Party combines live music with local foods and domestic wines. It’s a bit more casual, like a backyard BBQ, but with home-grown vodka, mico-brewed beer and much more from our land of plenty.

Looking for something more intimate? Choose one of four Chefs Table Luncheons, hosted at private Whistler mansions, and carefully prepared by acclaimed chefs. You could join award winning españa restaurant and Chef Neil Taylor for a 5 course culinary journey into the flavours of Spain. Click here for the Chef’s Table Luncheon schedule.

Each year, Cornucopia lives up to its’ name; cornucopia symbolizes abundance and nourishment. No doubt, you will stroll or perhaps stumble away feeling full to the brim with gourmet food, delectable wine, knowledge of both, and great memories of an awesome time.

Click here for the full Cornucopia schedule and tickets. If you’re finding the choices overwhelming online, don’t hesitate call our friendly and knowledgeable staff at Summit Lodge & Spa. Call Toll-free 1 (888) 913.8811.

Whistler Must-Do: Superfly

TAG’s launches new zipline, Superfly: An account from a first time Superflyer

The Adventure Group (TAG) celebrated Canada’s 146th birthday in style. July 1st 2013, marked the opening of Canada’s longest ziplines, at well over a kilometer long, 600 feet off the forest floor, and clocking speeds of 100km/hour. And let me tell you, as a first time Superflyer, I can confidently say that TAG’s Superfly Ziplines has much to boast about!

If I had to describe my experience in one word, make that sound, it would have to be “YIPPEEEEEEEEEE!” In fact, as I rewatch video footage from my flights, that is precisely what I was yelling as I soared above the tree tops.

My trip began at the Superfly Clocktower Office, where I was greeted by the super friendly staff. The soon to be Superflyers and I then hopped on the shuttle bus, and within ten minutes we arrived at the Superfly adventure base, located in Whistler’s stunning mountain wilderness. Shuttle transportation is provided from Whistler Village, Fairmont Chateau and Four Seasons offices – how convenient eh?!

Our amazing guides explained Superfly safety and procedures, as we stepped into our harnesses, fitted with backpacks for the safe keeping of valuables. We were each given trolley rigs, and then we set off for the two warm-up lines, which gets flyers into the zone before heading way up the mountain to reach new heights.

While standing on the platform that connects Rainbow Mountain to Cougar Mountain, I could hardly fathom that I’d soon be suspended hundreds of feet above the valley floor. I took a deep breath, and with a “Ready Spaghetti?!” from the guide, I was launched and screaming “YIPPEEEEEEEE!” It was if I’d strapped on a pair of wings.

Superfly did exactly what it set out to accomplish — develop a product that approximates the feeling of flying. Custom-built and using comfortable harnesses and a revolutionary braking system, my flight was smooth and safe. To follow up the longest ziplines, I then clipped on to the fastest of all ziplines, “Godzilla.” In the “torpedo position,” I was reaching close to 90km/hour!

Superfly takes their name seriously, and boy did they deliver. Locals and tourists can become Superflyers year round, soaring in the summer breeze or crisp winter air. Zipline tours are open to guests aged 7 and up. For more information call the super helpful Superfly staff at +1 604 932 0647 or inquire at info@superfly.com.

The friendly and knowledgeable staff at Summit Lodge is eager to help you plan your ‘Superfly Adventure’ in Whistler. For information in booking your stay and activities call Toll-free 1 (888) 913.8811.