Since 2001, the Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development has invested more than $1 billion to support sport in BC, including funding towards Whistler Sport Legacies operational start-up. The Ministry has also cntributed towards World Cup and World Championship sliding and Nordic events held at WSL venues, through applications by the host sport association.
Located in southwestern BC, the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District is a local government federation delivering a range of regional, sub-regional and local services to approximately 38,000 residents living in four member municipalities (Lillooet, Pemberton, Whistler, Squamish) and four unincorporated electoral areas (A, B, C, D). The SLRD is found within the traditional territories of both the Squamish and St'at'imc Nations.
Located in the Coast Mountains, 120 kilometres north of Vancouver, Whistler has a population of 9,824 permanent residents and hosts two million visitors annually. The municipality spans an area of 12,630 hectares, with about 90 per cent of the land set aside as natural area. Whistler was the Host Mountain Resort for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games and has an exciting sports and cultural community supported by events, initiatives and facilities.
Legally known as the Whistler Resort Association, Tourism Whistler is the non-profit member-based marketing and sales organization representing Whistler. Tourism Whistler is responsible for representing its 7,000 members through the promotion of the Resort as an international, four-season destination with the goal of increasing overnight visitation.
Ski Callaghan is a joint venture between Whistler Sport Legacies (WSL), the operator of Whistler Olympic Park (WOP), and Callaghan Country Wilderness Adventures (CCWA). Nordic enthusiasts can enjoy the convenience of a single “Ski Callaghan” ski pass, allowing access to a combined trail system of 86.8 km of groomed ski and 41.9km of snowshoe trails.
Callaghan Country Wilderness Adventures Ltd is a privately held company based in Whistler, operating on Crown Land since 1980. The company co-manages approx. 12,000 hectares with the Province of BC for the purposes of commercial outdoor recreation. Callaghan Country is a unique wilderness adventure operation with access to classic, skate, and wilderness cross country skiing, dog friendly trails, snowshoeing, and alpine ski touring.
Through the support of our national and provincial partners, CSI-P's team of sport scientists and medical experts provide programs and services to athletes and coaches to ensure they have every advantage to win medals for Canada.
Whistler Gymnastics Club offers quality gymnastic activity that fosters lifelong sport participation. Located in the Whistler Athletes' Centre, the club is recognized as a leading resource for sport excellence in Whistler, in BC, in Canada and internationally, and the organization is regarded highly for its professionalism, its member care, and sound programming.
Whistler Adaptive is committed to introducing individuals with a disability to sport, recreation and therapeutic sport programming. Based in the Whistler Atletes' Centre, WASP supports sport for life by breaking down the financial, physical and social barriers as well as creating skills that will lead to future employment within sport and beyond.
Inspired by the thrill that every child experiences sliding downhill on snow, the Bromley Baseboard creates a whole new category of snow sport adventure. Offered at Whistler Olympic Park, Baseboarding is an easy to learn, high thrill activity that crosses all demographics, from families seeking inclusive snow sport fun, to the action sport enthusiast wanting the ultimate sliding experience.