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Things to do in Whistler in Winter

Whistler is a dream destination for snow enthusiasts, highlighted by the 2010 Winter Olympics that made it famous for its winter activities. Whistler Village Inn + Suites is less than a two-minute walk from both the Whistler and Excalibur Gondolas, which serve Whistler and Blackcomb mountains.

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Downhill Skiing & Snowboarding

With more than 200 marked trails, Whistler Blackcomb is heaven for skiers and boarders of all ages and skill levels.

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Nordic Skiing

With over 160 kms of trails for all levels, Whistler offers plenty of variety for Nordic Skiing.

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Snowmobiling

An engine-fueled adrenaline-rush that takes you through Whistler’s beautiful back country terrain.

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Sledding

Take a dog sled to experience mushing through the mountains with a pack of husky pups.

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Bobsleighing

Experience the extreme thrill of luge and bobsleigh at Whistler Sliding Centre.

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Scandinave Spa

Relax after all the adventurous activities with a soak at the hot and cool pools in the Nordic style Scandinave Spa.

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