Whistler Olympic Park is one of many legacies of the 2010 Winter Games and was the first Olympic venue to include all three traditional Nordic sport stadiums in one site: cross-country, ski jumping and biathlon.
Today, residents and visitors enjoy Whistler Olympic Park. Surrounded by snow-capped peaks and pristine forest, Whistler Olympic park is operated by the not-for-profit organization, Whistler Sports Legacies and features more than 90 kilometres of recreation and competition trails groomed for classic and skate skiers from beginner to expert.
Visitors can also enjoy snowshoe trails, lit trails for night skiing, a biathlon experience, tobogganing and sightseeing. There are also over 35 kilometres of dog-friendly on and off leash cross country ski and snowshoe trails.
Available amenities include cross country ski and snowshoe rentals, ski lessons, trail passes, a fully licensed restaurant and a retail shop, all within an architectural stunning Day Lodge with outdoor patio mountain views.
Whistler Olympic Park features Canada’s first Paralympic competition course, specifically created for athletes with physical disabilities. Among the many features are a 3.75-kilometre cross-country trail for the sit ski classes and a portable 20-metre air and laser rifle biathlon range for all accessibility levels.
Season Passes for Whistler Olympic Park and a Dual Area Pass for Whistler Olympic Park and the Lost Lake Cross Country Trails are available at Whistler Olympic Park and with Cross Country Connection at the PassivHaus in Lost Lake Park.
Whistler Olympic Park is also open for self-guided touring throughout the winter and summer.
Visit the Whistler Olympic Park website.