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Adventure Ranch

1641 Airport Rd., Pemberton

Horseback rides in scenic Pemberton Valley. Good for families, ages 6+ (May-Sep). Off-season rides available with 24 hours’ notice, weather

Adventures on Horseback

7476 Prospect St., Pemberton

Trot through the Pemberton Valley around Mount Currie on a quarter horse, whether you are a beginner or expert. The

Backroads Whistler

3375 Lakeside Rd. in Lakeside Park, Whistler

Guided or unguided canoe and kayak tours on Alta Lake or the placid River of Golden Dreams. Includes a return

Basecamp Fitness

Nita Lake Lodge, 2131 Lake Placid Rd., Whistler

Specializes in custom programs that meet individual health and fitness needs. Train one-on-one, in pairs or in small groups for

Bear Viewing & Wildlife Tours


See the bears of Whistler and Blackcomb mountains with an experienced guide, including Michael Allen, who has been a black

Big Sky Golf and Country Club

1690 Airport Rd., Pemberton

Situated amid lakes, lush forests and an emerald river. Eighteen holes, golf shop, lessons and equipment rentals. Refuel at Fescue’s

Blackcomb Helicopters

9960 Heliport Rd., Whistler

Experience Whistler’s amazing scenery, glacier flows, rivers, lakes and mountains—from a helicopter in the sky. Depart on a glacier sightseeing

Blackcomb Sleighrides

Located at parking lot 6 on Blackcomb Mountain, Whistler

Take a cozy sleigh ride up Blackcomb Mountain for fantastic views, then warm up with hot chocolate by the fire.

Blackcomb Snowmobile

4050 Whistler Way, Whistler

Take a scenic tour by snowcoach, snowmobile, dogsled or catski. Combine your ride with a fondue dinner prepared at a


101-1055 Millar Creek Rd., Whistler

Catch some serious air on this indoor trampoline course that’s fun for all ages (year-round). Open daily.

Brackendale Art Gallery Theatre Teahouse

41950 Government Rd., Brackendale

Located in “the world’s bald eagle capital,” this rustic building houses an art gallery, theatre and teahouse, and hosts concerts,

Brandywine Falls Provincial Park

Located 11 km (7 mi) south of Whistler off Hwy 99, Whistler

For fantastic views of the narrow, 70-m (230-ft) falls, head to the viewing platform, where you’ll also see sparkling Daisy

Britannia Mine Museum

1 Forbes Way, Britannia Beach

A National Historic Site and BC Historic landmark, this former copper mine allows visitors to experience the sights and sounds

Brittania Mine Museum

Take Hwy 99 to Britannia Beach on Howe Sound. 1 Forbes Way., Britannia Beach

A National Historic Site and BC Historic landmark, this former copper mine allows visitors to experience the sights and sounds

Canadian Outback Rafting


Want a water activity with a side of adventure? Try a thrilling whitewater rafting tour, with options that range from

Canadian Wilderness Adventures

4280 Mountain Square, Whistler

Explore Blackcomb Mountain and the Callaghan Valley by snowmobile, dogsled or snowshoe in winter, and by canoe, Jeep, electric mountain

Coast Mountain Guides


Trained professionals teach courses and take guests on half-day, full-day and multi-day vacations that include ice climbing, snowshoeing, skiing or

Coca-Cola Tube Park

Located above Base 2, at parking lot 8, Whistler

Hop on a tube and speed down 305-m (1,000-ft) runs ranging from green to black diamond. This family-friendly adventure park

Copper Cayuse Outfitters

7830 Pemberton Meadows Rd., Pemberton

Embark on an equine adventure and learn about the history of the Pemberton Valley. Everything from one-hour jaunts to multi-day
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