Off-Slopes Outdoor Activities

From a day exploring forested trails to soaking up in Nature's baths, there's plenty to do in the mountains of Whistler, whether you don't ski or snowboard or want to take a day off the slopes.

Go on a Multimedia Night Walk in Pursuit of Hidden Wonders

Vallea Lumina in Whistler
Old stories tell of the wondrous things that happen near Whistler. Between the trees, in the shadow of mountains, legends say there’s a hidden valley where stardust falls from the sky, filling all living things with its pure light.
Join an evening excursion and follow cryptic radio transmissions and the lingering traces of two long-ago hikers to find the scenic trailhead where the real journey begins… This pathway leads toward a place filled with beauty, and proof that the legends of Whistler are true.
Where to go: Vallea Lumina

Explore the beautiful Callaghan Valley

Whistler Olympic Park
Create memories through cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and biathlon. Find yourself in the Park’s spectacular landscape, discover its Olympic legacy and learn about the athletes’ stories of glory and gold. Take a lesson, or introduce your child to Nordic ski disciplines such as cross country, biathlon or even ski jumping in one of the youth lessons and camps.
The fully-licensed Day Lodge café provides plenty of delicious dine-in or to-go options that everyone will be sure to enjoy.
Where to go: Whistler Olympic Park

Soak in Nature's Baths

Scandinave Spa in Whistler

Whistler is the perfect setting to experience the full benefits of Scandinavian baths. The rustic installations surrounded by the forest and mountains enhance your journey in a haven of peace and quiet.

Where to go: Scandinave Spa

Go Chasing Waterfalls
waterfall hikes in Whistler


Whistler is the perfect setting to check out natural waterfalls. Brandywine falls is great for photos. There are some hidden waterfalls a few hundred meters from the Trailhead for Rainbow lake that are perfect for swimming in the Summer. Nairn Falls is a little more than half way to Pemberton but a beautiful hike summer and winter.