Post Meeting Experiences
Whistler is surrounded by spectacular views of snowcapped mountain peaks, ancient glaciers, coastal rainforests and volcanic peaks. Offering endless opportunities for all kinds of unique group experiences and adventures. Play hard, rest easy, wine and dine, attend an event, explore the arts, shop non-stop, commune with nature or find the ultimate adrenaline rush.
No matter the age – tiny tots, kids at heart, athletic or academic – we promise to keep your group entertained with customized programming and a variety of activities that will showcase Whistler no matter the season.
Year Round Activities
PEAK 2 PEAK
Enjoy stunning 360-degree views of Whistler Village, mountain peaks, lakes, glaciers and forests. Ride the special glass-bottom gondola for a bird’s-eye view of the forest.
Audain Art Museum
Explore permanent and rotating collections of British Columbia artwork at Whistler’s newest cultural hub. With exhibits from around the world, the museum features galleries dedicated to 19th century Northwest Coast masks, dramatic regional photography, and celebrated works from Emily Carr and Edward J. Hughes.
Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre
Explore the history, cultures and creative works — both past and present — of the local Squamish and Lil’wat First Nations people. You’ll find indoor and outdoor exhibits in this beautiful, interactive cultural experience.
The legacy of the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games lives on at the Whistler Sliding Centre, with a one-of-a-kind sliding experience open to the public.
Sit back in your harness, or try to flip yourself upside-down, as you zip along a steel cable that criss-crosses through the forest canopy, high above the valley bottom, for education and exhilaration in equal measure.
Tree Top Tour
Navigate an elevated tree course that includes a Tarzan swing, scramble nets and swinging logs suspended in the trees. Or, follow informative guides through a network of suspension bridges, boardwalks and trails into old growth forest overlooking Fitzsimmons Creek.
Scandinave Spa Whistler
The Finnish tradition of hot soaks and cold plunges brings a unique style of hydrotherapy to Whistler. The outdoor setting is as therapeutic to the mind as the eucalyptus steam bath, wood burning sauna, outdoor hammocks and relaxation solariums are to the body.
Skiing and Snowboarding
Explore Whistler’s two side-by-side mountains and discover the largest amount of skiable terrain on the continent.
We’ve got an array of guides and outfitters that will take you anywhere from a scenic wilderness tour, to an adventurous trip in the backcountry, to a charming mountaintop fondue, or a family-friendly experience.
Few activities let you experience Whistler’s inspiring panoramas in such a peaceful and idyllic way. Follow your guide on a snowshoeing tour through old-growth forests, around glacier lakes and to unique hideaways.
Harness the energy behind a team of sled dogs and ride through some of Whistler’s spectacular wilderness on a uniquely Canadian adventure.
Cross Country Skiing
Glide into a scenic adventure at Whistler’s Nordic ski areas at Lost Lake Park (located in Whistler), Whistler Olympic Park and Callaghan Country (both located south of Whistler in the stunning Callaghan Valley).
Cuddle under warm blankets and sip hot chocolate as your sleigh glides along behind draft horses. It’s the stuff Christmas carols are made of.
Whistler is a golfer’s paradise, and four legends of the game confirmed it by building their championship courses here.
Winter’s snow yields to summer’s delicate flowers and lush meadows in Whistler’s mountains. Explore kilometres of incredible valley and mountain trails during self-guided or guided hiking tours that include glacier walks, eco tours, a First Nations waterfall hike and more.
In the valley, our extensive network of cross-country trails and the paved Valley Trail system provide ample biking routes. If you’re a gravity junky, or want to become one, you can harness the pure adrenaline that comes with riding in the legendary Whistler Mountain Bike Park.
If you’re keen on trying whitewater rafting — mild or wild — guides can navigate you through a cascade of rip-roaring, picturesque adventures on one of the rivers in the Whistler area.
Canoeing / Kayaking
Dip your paddle into Alta Lake, Green Lake, or the River of Golden Dreams during a canoe or kayak tour, and soak up the beauty of the mountains reflected from the waterways.