Off the beaten path

Whistler has so much to offer, from public art, 2010 Games experiences and legacies and countless trails. We’ve catalogued a list of some self-guided tours and trails that you may like to discover for yourself.

Go Whistler Tours

Get more out of your Whistler experience with Go Whistler Tours, brought to you by Tourism Whistler and the Resort Municipality of Whistler. The curated tours guide you to unique experiences and locations throughout our resort, from art galleries to nature walks, and help you adventure more deeply in Whistler.

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2010 Olympic Games Tour

Although the Games may be over, the magic and legacies it brought to this small mountain town will last for generations to come. Relive the moments and create your own 2010 Games Experience with the help of this brochure and map.

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2010 Games Guide

Public art tour

Explore Whistler’s public art. The public art program was established in 1996, and today includes a total of 55 public and private art pieces showcased throughout the community. 

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Public art tour

Cultural connector

The Cultural Connector is a scenic pathway through Whistler Village and the Upper Village that links six cultural institutions in Whistler and identifies noteworthy points and anecdotes. It is a chance to learn about the community’s cultural evolution over time.

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Discover the diverse network of Whistler trails throughout the whole valley. Take a drive to Whistler Olympic Park to enjoy summer hiking trails, experience biathlon and disc golf. Head out on your bike on the many of Whistler’s mountain bike advocacy group, WORCA. Explore Whistlers interpretive forest, hike or bike the many local trails in Whistler.

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