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Mountain Biking on Whistler Mountain

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Bear on Whistler Mountain

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Mountain Biking on Whistler Mountain

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Bear on Whistler Mountain

From the action packed (ATV tours or jet boating) to the serene (bear viewing or fishing), you’re sure to find renewal in Whistler. For more information or to reserve any of your activities, please contact our concierge desk at concierge@westinwhistler.com

Available Year Round:
Yes

Canoe/Kayak Tours

Explore the local lakes and rivers on one of many scenic canoe or kayak excursions. Paddle down rivers with spectacular mountain views, float through wetlands abundant with bird life, and experience Whistler's very own Ghost Town by watercraft.


Horseback Riding

Experience Whistler and other scenic areas of the Sea-to-Sky Corridor a truly natural way, from the back of a horse. Take a trip through ancient cedars, along waterways, and through old growth forests.


Bungee Jumping

Journey through Brandywine Valley to the Whistler Bungee Bridge and make an exhilarating 160-foot bungee jump over the glacier-fed Cheakamus River.

Hours of operation:
  • 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Fee: 90.0-117.0 CAD

Zipping

Zip your way over the ground on cables—one is more than 2,000 feet long with a 20-story drop. Or make your way across a series of suspension bridges in Whistler’s ancient forests. Several Zipline tours are available, lasting 2.5 to 3 hours.


Fee: 109.0-129.0 CAD; Prices vary depending on the length and difficulty of the tour.

Hummer /4x4 Tours

Whether it is driving over logs and through mud and rivers in a Hummer, or driving on backcountry mountain trails in a 4X4 van, there are trips that can be enjoyed by people of all ages and ability.


Jet Boating

For thrill-seekers, there are raging rapids and fast moving rivers to conquer. For those wanting a quieter ride, there are scenic river cruises that provide wonderful opportunities to look for bears, osprey, eagles, and deer. Ideal for families.


Biking

World-class mountain biking is available summer through early fall. Adrenaline lovers can tackle the Garbanzo Zone and Freight Train, 2,200 vertical feet of jumps, thrills and chills. Or try a leisurely ride along the 30-kilometer paved Valley Trail.