A heated snowcat will transport you up Blackcomb Mountain, with Whistler’s lights twinkling below you. Then enjoy a fondue dinner in a wooden cabin at 1,829 m (6,000 ft).
Dog-sledding tour in the Callaghan Valley
This two-and-a-half to three-hour dogsledding adventure will find you travelling behind a powerful team of dogs into the magnificent old growth forest of the Callaghan Valley. You’ll stop for a rest at an abandoned trapper’s camp on Totem Lake and learn about the history of the Canadian fur trappers and how they used dogsledding as their main form of transport. With your professional musher guide, you’ll learn the dogsledding commands, and how to harness the dogs and handle the sled. You can relax and take in the magnificent alpine scenery as you ride the sled along a mellow mix of open and winding trails.
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Other experiences in Whistler
These activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences around where you're staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident's eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can suggest tours and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the local ways of life.
Travel by snowmobile along the backcountry trails of Blackcomb Mountain, reaching a wooden cabin at 1,829 m (6,000 ft) for an indulgent fondue dinner.
Travel through Whistler’s snowy backcountry trails on a powerful snowmobile, stopping at a wooden cabin for a hot Yukon-style breakfast, cooked on a traditional wood stove.
Follow the paths of the old trappers into the Callaghan Valley forests, learning about the medicinal value of the plants that grow here, and sampling healing teas.
Experience a bird’s eye view of Whistler and its surrounding mountain peaks on a private helicopter flight, landing on the 12,000-year-old glacier on Rainbow Mountain.