Cross Country Skiing
Whistler Cross Country Skiing
Classic skiing is the traditional cross-country skiing technique which involves a "kick and glide" on groomed tracks. Skate skiing is faster than classic skiing and is often used by cyclists, runners and other aerobic athletes as a winter training alternative. Skate skiing resembles the skating technique used in ice hockey and speed skating.
Whistler Olympic Park – a 20 mins drive south on Hwy 99
Glide down a variety of trails at your own pace on skis or snowshoes and explore the beauty of Whistler's great outdoors at the Whistler Oympic Park in the Callaghan Valley. These exciting and accessible sports are good for all ages and abilities. The Whistler Olympic Park trail system with over 55 km of cross country ski trails, includes novice trails, scenic lookouts, picnic shelters and heart pumping climbs deep into the coastal forest. It also features a full-service day lodge, a rental shop, and a variety of lessons and programmes for all ages and is pet-friendly!
Lost Lake Park – in Whistler just beyond the car park lots 4 & 5.
Features 32 km of cross-country skiing trails with incredible views of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. Enjoy a circuit on the groomed trails, night skiing or a lesson to improve your skills.