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If you’re interested in winter activities, Whistler is your place. From skiing and snowboarding to fondue on top of the mountain, there are plenty of things to do, and the town itself has a jumping nightlife at over 90 restaurants and a number of ... 

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended
March 2014

Absolutely brilliant experience! The snowmobile ride was so fun and breakfast in the Yukon lodge was tasty! Would definitely recommend this trip!

Doing what: Whistler Wilderness Snowmobile Run

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
January 2014

I booked the tour with some friends to celebrate my birthday. We all came back saying what a fantastic ride we'd had. Kristy our guide was fantastic. None of us had ridden a snow mobile before and she made it easy for us to learn and navigate our way around. If you're considering this tour 'Just Do It' you won't regret it!

Doing what: Whistler Wilderness Snowmobile Run

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
March 2013

Well organised, professional and on time. Groups were matched very well.

Doing what: Whistler Wilderness Snowmobile Run

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
January 2013

Best tour ever! A few buddies and I took this tour to kill some time away from the slopes, and this adrenaline packed tour was the best. We also got hooked up with an excellent tour guide and he made this tour an amazing experience!

Doing what: Whistler Wilderness Snowmobile Run

4 star rating: Recommended
January 2012

very exciting

Doing what: Whistler Wilderness Snowmobile Run

4 star rating: Recommended
December 2011

Though early in the Winter 2011-2012 season, the evening was still an experience. Group went to the top of Blackcomb Mtn to the Crystal Hut. Took a little break but wasn't given anything hot to drink. On the way up, several snowmobiles had to be ditched due to overheating, and yet the guide said they were new machines. There was still enoug for everyone to double where necessary, but you would think that the equipment could have been checked out better. Still, if looking for the experience of snowmobiling, the outfit that organized this event was capable in overcoming the obstacles. As the new winter season progresses, the evening snowmobile outing is suppose to include a fondue dinner. It would have been nice to have the option when we were in Whistler in late November because it was our only chance for an evening snowmobile activity. For those who are not use to seeing lots of snow or experience what it is like to be on a snowmobile, then this activity should not be passed if you have the chance to partake in it. The tour group can provide all the protective clothing you need, but usual winter garb for skiing will get you through. Our outing started out will light snow, then light rain, and the higher up the mountain we went, a mixture of both, so be prepared for any weather because you can snowmobile in most any conditions.

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better
March 2011

Snowcat experience was good. However, the food was marginal.

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