Summer Activities & Admission

Summer at Whistler Olympic Park - Olympic Legacy & Breathtaking Wilderness

Visit iconic Olympic landmarks, impressive First Nations art pieces and enjoy spectacular mountain vistas, old growth forests, lakes and waterfalls. Interpretive signs along the way give insights into the venue’s history as host of the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, Nordic winter sports and the Callaghan Valley. Catch a glimpse of wildlife – Whistler Olympic Park is one of the most likely locations in the Sea to Sky Corridor to see bears! Try summer biathlon at the Olympic shooting range, or discover the park at your walking leisure on an Olympic sightseeing tour, rent an electric assist mountain bike to explore further, play the new disc golf course, or embark on one of the featured hiking routes!

Summer Park Entry Hours & Fee

  • Whistler Olympic Park is open for summer from late June until early September.
  • Park access is $10 per vehicle (tax included). This fee helps us maintain our venue for the benefit of local, national and international Nordic athletes for summer and winter training!
  • The park access fee of $10/vehicle includes a $5 coupon for any on-site activity!
  • Free park entry for season pass holders (previous season) & non-motorized vehicles
  • Park closes and gates locked every day at 4:30 pm

Check in at the Welcome Activity Base

  • No advanced booking is required for our activities!
  • All activities (biathlon, biking, hiking, Olympic sightseeing) embark from the Activity Base located at the park's biathlon range.
  • A Snack Shack & Gift Shop is located at the Welcome Activity Base: Fuel up before or after your exploration of the park! Hot and cold beverages along with sweet and salty snacks available for purchase at the Snack Shack. Whistler Olympic Park merchandise and summer essentials are also available.
  • Public washrooms and water fountain available at the Welcome Activity Base parking lot level.

Do not miss the First Nations Art!

Whistler Olympic Park was blessed on the lead up to the Olympics by numerous First Nations artists who were commissioned by VANOC to create a lasting art legacy for the Park. Within the Park we have five official Olympic pieces and two others that were added afterwards for a total of seven carvings and tapestries that we are proud of being entrusted as their caretakers. Ask our staff for viewing directions.

Download Summer Trail Map Here!

Summer Biathlon

Feel like an Olympian when you shoot a real biathlon rifle at the Olympic Biathlon Range and explore Whistler Olympic Park's beauty and history!

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Summer Electric Assist Mountain Bike Rentals

Discover Whistler Olympic Park’s beauty on an electric assist fat tire bike in the summer! Designated bike routes are available for all abilities.

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Summer Hiking

New this year: Hike up the Ski Jumps & to the Top of the World! Climb up the jumps' landing hill stairs and continue to the very top, or try one of the other diverse hiking routes.

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Summer Disc Golf

Play the new disc golf course at Whistler Olympic Park! Rent a family disc package or bring your own discs.

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Olympic Sightseeing

Explore and learn about the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, our legacy venues and our sports on a self-guided tour!

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Summer Safety at Whistler Olympic Park

Whistler Olympic Park is an outdoor mountain venue and as such, certain hazards can be expected around the venue. Emergency contact Day Time: 778-228-4586; After Hours: 911

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