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Travelers that want to explore Whistler on a day trip from Vancouver typically need to rent a car and drive, which means focusing on the road rather than the landscape. You can sit back, relax, and enjoy the views on this sightseeing tour to Whistler, complete with a guide to whisk you there. Along the way you can see Downtown Vancouver and Stanley Park, enjoy views of Howe Sound, and take a few hours to explore Whistler independently.
Want to spend a day in Whistler but don’t want to lose a day just in travel time? This round-trip seaplane flight from Vancouver provides the perfect solution. This convenient transport package includes two 35-minute flights between Vancouver and Green Lake in Whistler, as well as a shuttle service to and from Whistler Village or a bike rental. Spend the day or just an afternoon discovering the sights and sounds of Whistler, and end on a high note with a return flight to Vancouver.
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.
Soar through the air and take in the beauty of Cougar Mountain on this zipline adventure. Based in Whistler, soar above breathtaking alpine wilderness, whitewater river valleys, old-growth forests, and more. Feel the mountain breeze on your face as you ride side-by-side to another guest, each on your own cable. These dual ziplines are connected by wooden boardwalks and platforms and are some of the highest and longest in Canada. This exhilarating adventure includes plenty of time to pause and take in the incomparable beauty of British Columbia.
Whistler offers gentle learner slopes, snow-filled glades, and challenging forest runs, and ranks among the world’s finest all-round ski resorts—but the equipment rental shop queues can be tiresome. With this ski, pole, and boot hire service, reserve your gear ahead of time and avoid the long wait. Reach the snow faster with in-house fitting at your accommodation, and enjoy complete peace-of-mind with slope-side servicing included.
Have your camera ready to capture photos of bald eagles in Brackendale during this full-day journey to Whistler, via downtown Vancouver. Along the way, stop at Stanley Park and Horseshoe Bay, a quaint village at the entrance to Howe Sound. Your guide follows a scenic route along the Sea to Sky Highway to Shannon Falls, where you'll take a short hike, with time to explore the ski resort year-round.
Give your Whistler vacation the golden touch with a 4-hour progressive dinner tour of the area’s most established restaurants. Taste fine local cuisine from award-winnings chefs and visit cavernous wine cellars — where you will learn to saber a champagne bottle! With a savvy guide, you'll sample regional fare from blackened ahi tuna to icewine truffles, a local specialty. Get an interactive culinary education including four delicious courses and lots of fun.
We offer a private chartered tour based on the sights you want to see. Travel in style in a luxurious Mercedes mini bus that fits up to 11 people. Enjoy entertaining commentary from an experienced local who knows the best places to visit.
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.
Discover the culinary delights of British Columbia on this small-group dinner tour in Whistler. Visit various cafes, bars, brew-houses, and restaurants throughout Whistler with your guide. Enjoy one dish at each stop, and gain insight into the flavors and foods the locals love. Sample local beers at a brew-house, then visit an award-winning tapas joint. Head on to a nearby restaurant, then finish your culinary adventure at a local chocolate shop! Enjoy personal attention from your guide on this small-group tour, limited to 15 people.
Take your sightseeing to the skies on an exhilarating zipline tour through the unspoiled Whistler-area wilderness. With your choice of two different tours, select the ideal experience for your taste. Breathe in crisp mountain air as you cruise above white water rivers and the alpine forest of Blackcomb Mountain and Whistler, spotting local wildlife and learning about mountain ecology. A most adventurous way to learn!
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!
Get behind the wheel of your own 4X4 off-road buggy on this guided tour of Whistler. First, receive instructions on how to drive your buggy. Then, rev your engine and climb rugged mountain roads and forested single-track trails in Callaghan Valley. Take in scenic views while keeping your eyes peeled for local wildlife along the way.
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.
Enjoy a thrilling rock climbing experience at Whistler on this ‘Via Ferrata’ tour. With safety cables and metal rungs to help you climb, it’s an activity suitable even for first-time climbers. Challenge yourself to climb the entire route and feel a rush of adrenaline as you reach the 7,087 foot (2160-meter) mountain summit.
Many private transfers claim to provide a comfortable ride, but don’t always follow through. This private transport service from Whistler to Downtown Vancouver guarantees a smooth trip with views of the Sea-to-Sky Corridor along the way. Plus, you’ll choose from a variety of luxury vehicles to fit everyone in your group.
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.
Whistler is known for its fantastic skiing and winter sports, but for travelers that don't want to hit the slopes, there's still lots to see. On this sightseeing tour, experience incredible scenery, and enjoy your guide's commentary as you ride. Visit Green Lake Lookout, Rainbow Park, and consider an optional stop at Whistler Brewing Company. This tour—perfect for first-time visitors—is the ideal way to get your bearings and see the sights around Whistler.
Take to the skies and enjoy breathtaking views over Canada’s rugged mountainscape on this 30- or 40-minute glacier sightseeing experience by floatplane from Whistler. Hop into your flightseeing plane near Green Lake and take your seat. Then, watch as the land disappears beneath you and soar high over Whistler’s rugged terrain. Admire panoramic views over the region’s mighty glaciers, soaring peaks, shimmering lakes and dense forests. Listen as your pilot shares insight into the valleys’ rich geography, and upgrade your tour for a further 10 minutes’ airtime.