A wonderful introduction to winter, snowshoeing is a refreshing, low-impact activity that harnesses the skill of walking – so everybody from toddler to senior can do it! Wander more than 40km of marked trails (over 15km of which are dog-friendly) and tread upon the winter snowpack at Whistler Olympic Park, weaving between beautiful views of the surrounding mountains and Olympic monuments. Rent a pair of snowshoes, poles or over boots and let your sense of adventure guide your way (make sure to read our Know Before You Go before you head out)!



Reduced Rate Day Admission Snowshoe

Youth (7-18)* & Adult (19+)
Weekdays (Mon-Fri), Weekends/Holidays $5.00
Dogs (may use dog-friendly trails only) $4.05

*Children 6 and under are free
Taxes not included.


Day Admission (Normal Rate - reduced rates apply from February 28, 2015 onwards)

Day Admission Snowshoe

Adult (19+) Youth (7-18)* Family**
Weekends/Holidays $15.00 $7.62 $37.62
Weekdays (Mon-Fri) $10.00 $5.00 $25.00
$5 Wednesdays (3:00-9:00pm, Dec 3-Feb 10, not Dec 24) $5 $5 ---
Dogs (may use dog-friendly trails only) $4.05
10+ Any Day Snowshoe Package $10/ticket (to be purchased in a pack of 10 or more)

*Children 6 and under are free
** Family: 2 adults + 2 youth
Taxes not included.



Season Pass

Click here for information on Season Passes at Whistler Olympic Park/Ski Callaghan.


Snowshoe Rentals

  Adult(19+yrs) Senior Weekdays (Mon-Fri) Youth(12-18 yrs) Child(6-12yrs)
Day Rentals*
Snowshoes & Poles $15.18 $15.18 $12.50 $10.04
Over Boots $5.13
Full Season Rentals* (interchangeable between snowshoe and classic/skate ski throughout season; equipment must remain on Whistler Olympic Park property)
Snowshoes & Poles $229.00 $169.00 $144.00 $80.00

*Listed prices do not include tax.
No online booking for rentals, please inquire in person, by phone 604-964-0060 or by email.


Take the ski jumping chairlift on Weekends and during Holidays (December 22, 2014 thru April 6, 2015) to explore new snowshoe trails! Enjoy the opportunity to take in the majestic depths of old growth forest and the spectacular panoramic vistas of the mountains that surround Whistler Olympic Park.

  • A single ride up for the chairlift is $10, all tickets must be purchased at the Guest Services counter in the Day Lodge (upper level); no access to lift without a validated ticket/token.
  • Access for sightseeing, snowshoeing and baseboarding only. Cross-country skiers CANNOT access the chairlift.

Olympic Biathlon Night Snowshoe Tour

Our bus will pick you up in Whistler Village or Creekside and shuttle you to Whistler Olympic Park. Meet up with your tour guide and head out for a magical tour through the forest, where you will learn about the history of the Metis First Nations and their connection with Whistler Olympic Park. Wander on to the biathlon range with your guide who will show you the best spots for stargazing on the way. At the biathlon range you will be shooting an authentic .22 caliber biathlon rifle at the Olympic targets before snowshoeing back to the Day Lodge. There you will be rewarded with a hot cup of cocoa and a steaming bowl of chili. Hop back on our bus after dinner for a cozy drive back to Whistler.

  • Offered on Wednesday Nights ONLY: December 10, 2014 – February 25th, 2015 (no tour Dec 24, 2014)
  • Tour duration: 4.5 hours (5:00pm-9:30pm from pick up to drop off)
  Price/Person* Fondue Upgrade
Adult $99 $10
Youth $69 $10
Family of 4 $269 $40
10+ People  Please contact us for group for pricing

*Taxes not included.

Package includes:

  • Transportation Whistler/Whistler Olympic Park and back
  • Snowshoe trail ticket
  • Snowshoe and headlamp rental
  • Snowshoe guide & Biathlon instructor
  • Hot cocoa and a bowl of chili at Biathlon
  • Round trip transportation from Whistler

Booking information:

  • Book online OR call Whistler Olympic Park at 604-964-0060 x2434 to talk with our Guest Services team
  • All bookings made within 48hrs of scheduled date, must be made via phone
  • All participants MUST be pre-booked and pre-paid
  • Arrive ready for action: ski jacket, ski pants, gloves, snow boots and hats are recommended