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Discover a Canadian Signature Dining Experience on this guided tour in Whistler, British Columbia. Take a journey via snowmobile (helmet included) to the charming Crystal Hut, a rustic log cabin located high atop Blackcomb Mountain at 6,000 feet. Enjoy the local interpretation of a traditional fondue dinner, paired with fine wine and followed with a fresh-baked fruit pie, served hot from a wood-fired oven. Take in the alpine colors and panoramic views of the surrounding Coast Mountain Range and the twinkling lights of Whistler Village below. The evening is complete with live entertainment.
Enjoy high-octane thrills in Canada’s snowy wilderness on this 4-hour advanced backcountry snowmobile expedition in Whistler. Hop aboard your snowmobile, and open the throttle before zooming deep into the Callaghan Valley. Follow your guide along winding mountain trails, and enjoy panoramic views over some of the region’s most beautiful scenery. Explore hidden valleys and rolling hillsides, and test your snowmobiling skills against the varied terrain. Navigate frozen lakes with your guide, and carve through the deep powder fields. En route, replenish lost energies with a delicious lunch.
Discover a Canadian signature dining experience with this guided tour in Whistler, British Columbia. Take a journey in a luxury, 19-passenger snowcat to the charming Crystal Hut, a rustic log cabin located high atop Blackcomb Mountain at 6,000 feet (1,826 meters). Enjoy the local interpretation of a traditional fondue dinner, paired with fine wine and followed with a fresh-baked fruit pie, served hot from a wood-fired oven. Take in the alpine colors and panoramic views of the surrounding Coast Mountain Range and the twinkling lights of Whistler Village below. The evening is complete with live entertainment.
This adventure takes you deep into the backcountry on scenic trails to frozen lakes and high alpine bowls. Suited to the more adventurous riders you will cover more terrain than our two hour wilderness tour and it includes lunch at our backcountry cabin.
Experience snowmobiling in Whistler on a family-friendly, 2.5-hour, small-group snowmobile tour that includes pickup from meeting points in Whistler Village and Blackcomb. You'll explore old-growth forests, a vast network of trails on Cougar Mountain, and sweeping views of British Columbia’s rugged landscape. Take note that one child 12 and under can ride for free with each adult driver.
Private tours are ideal for experienced riders, groups or families who would prefer the privacy and exclusivity of their own group. Our guides will tailor the experience to your requirements. A once in a lifetime memory in the making!
First time Winter seekers will enjoy this introductory snowmobile tour on wide groomed trails to picturesque viewpoints. Take in the sights and enjoy a hot drink and snack while snapping a photo or two. This two hour is ideal for timid beginners as it goes at a slower pace.
Cast your line and enjoy outdoor adventure in the wilds of Canada on this 5-hour ice fishing trip from Whistler or Pemberton. Step out onto one of British Columbia’s frozen lakes and experience the stillness of the Whistler backcountry. Drop your line through a hole cut in the ice, and fish for bull trout, cutthroat trout, rainbow trout, kokanee, pike minnows, and steelhead with a guide. You will need a valid British Columbia Freshwater Fishing License to participate in this tour.
Immerse yourself in Whistler’s winter landscape on a 2.5-hour group snowshoe tour. Once your winter footwear is firmly in place, it’s time to venture into the Canadian wilderness. Learn about the lives of First Nations people and keep your eyes peeled for local wildlife. Once you arrive at the teepee, warm up with a mulled drink and charcuterie in front of a fire.
Guaranteed to delight travelers of all ages, this 2.5-hour snowshoe tour takes you through a mysterious forest and down an old trapper’s path known as the Medicine Trail. Gaze at giant cedar, fir, and hemlock trees, sample teas made from medicinal plants that grow on the route, and capture photographs of Trapper’s Cabin and Totem Pole Lake. A moderate level of fitness is required for this tour.
Skate across Whistler's rugged Callaghan Valley on an invigorating snowmobile trip. Follow your guide on a ride through the site of the 2010 Winter Olympics events, cutting across forested hillsides and frozen lakes. Along the way stop to admire the beautiful British Columbia landscape, snap photos, and partake in a traditional Yukon breakfast of eggs and syrupy pancakes cooked on a wood stove (upgrade required).
Discover the exceptional beauty and natural wonders of Canada on a 4-day tour from Vancouver. Travel to the Whitehorse, where jagged peaks and alpine wilderness set the scene for snowshoeing, hiking, ice fishing, snowmobiling and more. Explore the rugged Yukon territory, view the brilliant Northern Lights (aurora borealis) display and head out wildlife spotting among the area's many lakes and forests. Your tour includes round-trip airfare, a tour of Whitehorse, and daily meals featuring regional ingredients.
Drive a snowmobile through the Callaghan Valley on a snowmobile tour from Whistler that explores the abandoned NorthAir gold mine site. You’ll follow broad, winding trails to an open area that’s a perfect ‘play area’ for snowmobiles, and then get a glimpse of Whistler’s spectacular backcountry. This snowmobile tour includes a short training session, plus it’s ideal for families and first-time riders.
Blaze through winter landscapes on a 2- or 2.5-hour snowmobile adventure in Whistler, a tour perfect for intermediate-level riders. Guests should have some previous snowmobile, ATV, or personal watercraft (jet-ski) experience. Follow a guide into the backcountry trails of Cougar Mountain, located just a 10-minute drive from Whistler Village. Roar through Whistler's ancient cedar forest and across frozen lakes. You have the option to drive alone or ride as a passenger.
Perfect for travelers who relish a challenging hike, this tour takes you to the top of the The Chief, the second-largest granite monolith in the world. Alongside an experienced guide, you’ll hike through Stawamus Chief Provincial Park and marvel at Howe Sound. Improve your photography skills with handy camera tips. After a hike to the summit, you’ll be rewarded with spectacular views from a 2,300-foot (700-meter) vantage point and visit Shannon Falls.
Stomp through the snow, and explore British Columbia’s magnificent mountain terrain on this Whistler snowshoeing adventure with optional Peak 2 Peak ticket. Choose the route to match your fitness level, and follow your guide deep into Whistler’s snowy wilderness. Experience the deafening silence of Canada’s open countryside. Enjoy breathtaking views over the soaring peaks and dense alpine forests, and keep an eye out for sightings of native wildlife. Upgrade your tour to include a Peak 2 Peak gondola ticket.
Hidden deep within Canada’s wild Whistler region, the Callaghan Valley is home to dense forests, steep mountainsides, and deep snow-drifts, which make exploring a challenge. On this tour, tackle the frozen terrain by snowmobile with all safety equipment included, savor a traditional Yukon breakfast prepared the old-fashioned way on Mt. Sproatt, and enjoy unrivalled views over the snowy mountain scenery.
Spend a winter day hiking through the snowy Whistler area during this hike. Follow a guide who knows the best ways around the snow to stay safe and have a great time. Snap pictures of the beautiful alpine surroundings as you go, and learn about the history of glacier climbing.
Our Private tours are ideal for experienced riders, groups of families who would prefer the privacy and exclusivity of their own group. Our guides will tailor the experience to your requirements. A once in a lifetime memory in the making!
Be thrilled by the sensation of driving or share this mountain experience with a friend as
you embark on our classic apres snowmobile tour on Blackcomb Mountain. Escape the
winter shadows as you meander through old growth forest and up cat tracks at dusk.
Take a walk on the wild side with this glacial snow and ice excursion on the Horstman Glacier in Whistler, British Columbia. Observe the 10,000-year-old glacier in retreat with an early summer walk that provides the opportunity to slide or glissade down the snow. The sun is shining and the lakes are warm — but the snow remains, a perfect time to experience the Horseman Glacier. All the necessary equipment — boots, crampons, and an ice axe — is included.
From the comfort of our heated snowcat, journey into the picturesque hidden valley nestled between Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. Our driver will take you up wide mountain trails to the lookout where a bonfire, marshmallows for roasting, and warm beverages await. Toboggan hill and igloo also at the lookout. Apres fun for the whole family!
Just half an hour from downtown Vancouver, you will find a private winter wonderland in the mountains! With this small group guided tour, you can leave the rainy winter behind and explore the snowy mountains on Vancouver’s North Shore. Even beginners will quickly get the hang of snowshoeing, walking easily through the snow to enjoy the quiet of the winter landscape.