Our winter season has come to a close - See you again in 2022/23!

Our last day of winter operation was April 17, 2022, and the cross country ski & snowshoe trails are CLOSED.

To our valued pass holders, visitors, athletes and sport partners, thank you for supporting us and being part of what makes Whistler Olympic Park the amazing place it is. To all our amazing staff and volunteers, you truly were a tremendous support to our non-profit organization this season.

Have a happy, safe and healthy summer, and see you again next season!


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CLOSED (last day of winter operations was April 17, 2022)

trail Maps

Cross Country & Snowshoe Trail Status

During the winter season, our detailed grooming report for Whistler Olympic Park cross country ski trails is available here. Grooming information is updated in real-time daily as our grooming team works through trails. You can also view our grooming map on Nordic Pulse.

Snowshoe Trail Conditions

Callaghan Country Trail Conditions

Safety and Risk Awareness

Winter Safety

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.

Summer Safety

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.


Whistler Olympic Park operates within health & safety protocols to help prevent the spread of communicable diseases such as Covid-19.