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There's a lot more to Whistler than skiing and snowboarding. If you're looking for some adrenaline-pumping activities to do off the slopes in Whistler, look no further! From ziplining through the trees to backcountry snowmobiling, this winter terrain is home to a number of exciting adventures. In this blog post, we explore some of the top thrill-seeking things to do in Whistler when the snow starts to fall.
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Whistler Bungee Jumping
Drop 50 metres over the stunning glacial-fed Cheakamus River at Whistler Bungee. Located just minutes from Whistler Village, this year-round bungee jumping site is operated by staff with over 20 years of experience providing safe and exhilarating jumps. It’s definitely not for the faint of heart, but you’ll never forget the experience if you’re up for the challenge.
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Whistler Zipline Tours
Soar through the snow-coated trees on the Ziptrek Winter Après Tour. Whistler Zipline Tours offers an adrenaline-pumping experience like no other. Hitting speeds of up to 60 km/h, this high wire adventure includes breathtaking views of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains, forests, and winding creeks.
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Whistler PEAK 2 PEAK Experience
Take in the mountain vista on Canada’s highest gondola. The exhilarating Whistler PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola spans between the high alpine of Whistler and Blackcomb mountains, allowing you to explore both mountains in one day of unparalleled adventures. You don't want to miss this breathtaking journey, providing 360-degree views from 436m above the valley floor. Be sure to add the PEAK 2 PEAK to your Whistler itinerary.
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Whistler Snowmobile Tours
Whistler Snowmobile Tours offers multiple guided tours of British Columbia’s backcountry on mountain performance machines. After a safety briefing and some training, you'll be having some legendary fun exploring Whistler's pristine wilderness with a knowledgeable guide. This is a great way to experience some of the 200 km of trails — and get your adrenaline going!
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Whistler Dog Sledding
Dog sledding offers an authentic Canadian adventure, complete with a team of arctic sled dogs. Bundle up and get whisked away on a memorable journey through Whistler's winter pathways. You can have access to an expert guide, or take the thrill to the next level and mush your own team!
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Bubly™ Tube Park
Grab a tube and hit the slopes! Whistler's tube park features great music, seven lanes, and over 300 metres of fun. Conveniently located at the Base 2 zone on Blackcomb mountain, the Bubly™ Tube Park is just a short drive or gondola ride from the village. Tubes are provided — all you need to bring is some excitement!
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The Whistler Sliding Centre is home to the fastest sliding track in the world! Try out the Olympic sport of bobsleigh without the need for any skills or experience! You’ll encounter 10 twists and turns at speeds of over 125 km/h in a 4-person bobsled steered by a trained pilot. If you're looking for an adventurous experience in Whistler, this is it!
Whistler is a winter wonderland that offers plenty of thrilling activities for those who love to push their limits. Get out there and enjoy all that Whistler has to offer!