WHISTLER OLYMPIC PARK IS OPEN FOR THE SEASON!
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Weekdays: 9:00 am to 4:30 pm
Weekends: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Wednesday Nights*: 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Monday, January 17
Most of the cross country ski trails are groomed and track-set and are in a softer condition this morning. The warmer weather and recent rain is making the conditions feel more like spring. The skiing is still fantastic.
See below our live grooming map from Nordic Pulse and trail information.
Guest Services Desk: Open
Available from November 26, 2021 to April 3, 2022
Bookings are now open! See Lessons & Camps for more information and to book online.
*December 15, 2021 to March 9, 2022. Subject to change
Cross Country & Snowshoe Trail Status
During the winter season, our detailed grooming report for Whistler Olympic Park cross country ski trails is available below. This information is updated in real-time as our grooming team works through trails. For a larger view of the map, visit our page on Nordic Pulse.
- Last groomed
Olympic Plateau Trails
Kids' Adventure (1.0 KM)
Neverland Trail (4.2 KM)
Outrun (0.3 KM)
Biathlon Connector (0.8 KM)
Olympic Biathlon (2.0 KM)
Olympic Cross-Country Blue (5.0 KM)
Olympic Cross-Country Red (5.0 KM)
1/2 Way Around the World (0.3 KM)
Around the World (2.5 KM) Dog Friendly Trail
Brandywine View (1.7 KM) Dog Friendly Trail
Over Easy (0.1 KM)
Top of the World (0.5 KM)
Lower Line Road (0.7 KM)
Mountain View (1.7 KM)
Cross Train (0.2 KM)
Metal Dome (0.4 KM) Dog Friendly Trail
Lower Madeley Trails
Inside Passage (1.0 KM)
Madeley Creek Loop (4.0 KM)
Olympic Connector (0.4 KM)
Paws Passage (0.6 KM) Dog Friendly Trail
Porter's Glide (2.5 KM) Dog Friendly Trail
Twilight Meadows (0.6 KM)
Zoey's Saunter (0.9 KM) Dog Friendly Trail
Upper Madeley Trails
Keith's Challenge (1.4 KM)
Lunch Lake (1.1 KM)
Madeley Road (3.1 KM)
Norwegian Woods (3.9 KM)
Way To Go (0.6 KM)
Callaghan Connector (1.1 KM)
Falls Bypass (0.2 KM)
Howe It Goes (2.4 KM)
Loon Lake Loop (2.3 KM)
Safety and Risk Awareness
COVID-19 RESPONSE / Communicable Disease Prevention
The well-being of our guests, athletes, staff and community is our biggest priority. We are committed to help prevent the spread of communicable diseases such as COVID-19, and continue to follow the latest federal & provincial policies & recommendations with regards to sanitation and safety protocols for our venue operations and programming.
- We strongly encourage all visitors to understand and follow BC's current Provincial Health Orders and recommendations
- Please do not visit our venue if you:
- Are feeling unwell/experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19
- Have been directed by any authority to self-isolate
- Proof of vaccination is not required for cross country skiing, snowshoeing and the other outdoor activities. However, it is required for dining at the Day Lodge Cafe.
- Masks are required in all public indoor settings for all people born in 2016 or earlier (5+).
- Handwashing and sanitation stations are available on the venue
- Operations may be modified in adherence to current health & safety policies & recommendations.
Cross Country Skiing, snowshoeing and other activities that take place at Whistler Olympic Park involve the risk of injury. Please take the time to familiarize yourself with the Safety and Risk Awareness information here. All users of Whistler Olympic Park/Ski Callaghan's premises and facilities are also asked to carefully read the Exclusion of Liability.
Whistler Olympic Park is an outdoor mountain venue and as such, certain hazards can be expected around the venue. Please take the time to familiarize yourself with the Summer Safety information here.