Things To Do

Choose from unique public activities like passenger bobsleigh or public skeleton, or join one of the various sport programs for all skill levels to learn bobsleigh, luge or skeleton.

Passenger Bobsleigh

Slide like an Olympian, no experience required! Ride through ten twists and turns at speeds of 125+ km/hr in a real bobsleigh, driven by a trained pilot, on the only active sliding track in Canada.

Venue: Whistler Sliding Centre

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Public Skeleton

Ride solo on your own skeleton sled, no experience required! You will slide through six corners and clock speeds up to 100 km/hr. Don’t worry that your run might be over too fast, you get to go twice!

Venue: Whistler Sliding Centre

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Discover Luge

This one-session introductory sport program lets children and youth (ages 8-14) get a taste of the Olympic winter sport of luge by sliding down the track on their own sled!

Venue: Whistler Sliding Centre

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Seasonal Novice Luge Program

Children and youth (ages 8+) that want to pick up luge as a weekly activity can sign up for the Seasonal Novice Luge Program. Participants can train one to four times per week. Consistent coaching support ensures progression and skill development. Available from October to March.

Venue: Whistler Sliding Centre

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Discover Skeleton

This one-session introductory sport program lets young participants (14+ years) get a taste of the Olympic winter sport of skeleton by sliding down the track on their own sled!

Venue: Whistler Sliding Centre

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Summer Bobsleigh

Ride a bobsleigh equipped with wheels, driven by a trained pilot, to reach speeds of up to 90km/hr. No experience required! Youth 12-18 years slide FREE. Available again in summer 2022.

Venue: Whistler Sliding Centre

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