Family cross country skiing with chariot

Cross-Country Skiing

Whether it is your first time or you are an avid skier, get inspired by Whistler Olympic Park's history as the 2010 Nordic Olympic venue and the beautiful mountain and valley views, and strap on cross-country skis!

For skiers of all abilities, Whistler Olympic Park provides access to close to 90 kilometres of well-marked trails from green/easy, blue/intermediate to black/advanced. Explore the trails through old-growth forests and dreamy meadows, or, for even more breathtaking views of the surrounding mountain ranges, work your way up to the different viewpoints!

Cross-country skiing is an easy to learn sport for all ages and fitness levels.  A lesson with one of our experienced instructors is a great option for those starting out.

Rentals are available for all sizes from toddler to adult, for both classic and skate skiing.

Check out our Tickets & Passes page for more information and to purchase your day tickets or season pass online. Always check conditions before your visit for available trails and services!

Cross country skiing at Whistler Olympic Park
Know Before You go

Tips for your First Visit

How to start, which trails to take, what to wear, and what to bring: read this section for valuable tips on cross-country skiing at Whistler Olympic Park!

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Cross country skier with dog
Biggest off-leash trail network in Sea to Sky

Bring your Dog!

Cross-country skiers and their dogs have access to over 40 kilometres of dog-friendly trails! Off- and on-leash options and trail-side parking available.

dog Skiing tips & Rules

Did you know that cross-country skiing is one of the safest outdoor winter sports? All Nordic ski/binding systems have free heels and hinge at the toe, so falls are far less likely to cause injuries!

Whistler Olympic Park 1500 Callaghan Valley Rd
Whistler BC V0N 1B8