Whistler Olympic Park is now closed, our last day of summer operations was August 30. See you back in winter 2020/21 for cross country skiing, snowshoeing, tobogganing and more!
Three designated hiking routes with different difficulty levels are available, ranging from an easy walk on pavement following interpretive signage, a longer but beginner-friendly hike to breathtaking valley viewpoints, and the summer signature hiking challenge, the “Ski Jump Scramble” that leads hikers to the very top of the Olympic ski jumps.
- Hiking is free with the park access fee!
- Closed-toe shoes recommended (no flip-flops/sandals)
PARK ENTRY HOURS & FEE
- Daily, late June to early September (oerating dates tbd for summer 2021)
- There is a small park access fee. This fee helps us maintain our venue for the benefit of local, national and international Nordic athletes for summer and winter training!
- Free park entry for 2020-21 Whistler Olympic Park/Ski Callaghan season pass holders and non-motorized vehicles
- Park closes and gates locked every day at 4:00 pm
AFTER YOUR Hike
- Try the Summer Biathlon Experience
- Play a round of Disc Golf
- Explore the Olympic exhibit by the biathlon range
- Drinks, snacks and souvenirs are available for purchase at the activity base by the biathlon range
Increased health & safety precautions are in place at the Park to protect our guests, athletes, staff and community, and to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Read more here!
WILDLIFE/BEAR AWARE & SAFETY:
Do not disturb wildlife, stay away if you encounter a Bear & never feed Wildlife! Read more important information on wildlife/bear interactions at Whistler Olympic Park and general safety advice here.
Whistler Olympic Park
5 Callaghan Valley Rd
Whistler BC V0N 1B8