Tots, Children & Youth Sport Programs

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.

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"PLAYtots" Physical Literacy Program (for toddlers 1-3 years)

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 14-week program is held Wednesdays from September 13 to December 13, 2017.

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Pro-D Day Multi-Sport Camps (for ages 7-11)

A day out of school – time to get active and have fun! On seven Pro-D Days between October 2017 and June 2018, Whistler Sport Legacies offers exciting full-day programming for kids 7-11 years old who want to get introduced to a variety of sports.

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Active After School Program (for grades 2-5)

This quality physical activity after school program at Spring Creek Elementary on Mondays & Fridays is led by caring, certified coaches and helps develop multi-sport skills to build the ability and confidence to be active for life!

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Discover Luge (for ages 8-14)

The Whistler Sliding Centre in partnership with the B.C. Luge Association are offering the opportunity for youth to try out the Olympic winter sport of Luge by sliding down the track on their own sled!

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Nordic Multi-Sport Holiday Camps (for ages 8-12)

During Christmas and Spring Break, children/youth (ages 8-12) can participate in full days of exciting snow activities including cross-country skiing, biathlon, ski play, ski jumping and more, to get a taste of the Nordic disciplines.

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Nordic Multi-Sport Saturdays (for ages 8-12)

On four successive Saturdays, children/youth (ages 8-12) can participate in full days of exciting snow activities including cross-country skiing, biathlon, ski play, ski jumping and more, to get a taste of the Nordic disciplines.

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"Hoppers" Ski Jumping & Nordic Combined Programs (ages 8-14)

Children and youth ages  can join beginner classes/weekly programs, available on Sundays and Wednesday nights. Participants start jumping safely on a small snow bump and learn the correct technique from professional coaches.

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Olympic Mondays Multi-Sport Camp (for ages 9-12)

On six amazing Mondays in January and February, Whistler Sport Legacies introduces kids to not one but many Olympic sports like biathlon, snowboard, freestyle, cross-country, luge or ski jumping! Suitable for girls and boys aged 9-12.

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X-Training Sessions (for ages 12-16)

Cross-train sessions for young athletes of all disciplines, designed to enhance existing athletic abilities and to work on mastering the basics in many sports. Sessions offered twice a week from September to December 2017.

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Athlete Performance Workshops (for ages 13 and up)

The Athlete PerformanceWorkshops are offered to anyone (13yrs+) who plays sport and wants to gain knowledge for optimal performance. Book one, two, three or all four workshops!

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Discover Skeleton (for ages 14 and up)

The Whistler Sliding Centre in partnership with the B.C. Bobsleigh and Skeleton Association are offering the opportunity to try out the Olympic winter sport of Skeleton by sliding down the track on your own sled!

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Discover Bobsleigh (for ages 16 and up)

The Whistler Sliding Centre in partnership with the B.C. Bobsleigh and Skeleton Association are offering the opportunity to try out the Olympic winter sport of Bobsleigh by piloting your own sled!

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School Programs - Nordic Skiing

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.

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