Whistler Sport Legacies offers varied programming to foster athletic development in a variety of sports in a fun, positive and safe environment, using world-class facilities, professional coaches and equipment. Camps and programs are geared towards introducing participants to new activities and converting individuals’ fundamental movement skills into foundational sport skills.
Visit the Whistler chapter of KidSport™ BC to learn about possibilities of eliminating financial barriers to sport participation or to apply for financial assistance for a child for one of our programs.
A day out of school – time to get active and have fun! On seven Pro-D Days between December 2016 and June 2017, Whistler Sport Legacies offers exciting full-day programming for kids 7-12 years old who want to get introduced to a variety of sports.
This Physical Literacy program for toddlers (1 to 3 years) introduces children to fundamental movement skills in a fun, exciting, safe and positive environment. The 8/10-week program is held Wednesdays and Fridays (April 5 and June 16, 2017).
Presented by OneAbility, these two FREE workshops will provide helpful strategies and techniques for facilitators, leaders, teachers and coaches involved with persons with a disability to help them engage in life long fitness.
Girls and boys between 14 and 18 years of age can sign up for this full week of learning and training. The camp is open to any ability level, the only requirements are the desire to train, run, have fun, and be the best you can be!
During the winter seasons, Whistler Olympic Park offers the 'Ski S’Kool' program to elementary school classes throughout the Sea to Sky Corridor and Vancouver area. Around 2,500 children get introduced to Nordic skiing per season.