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ATV Tours
Mountain Tours
Hummer Adventures
Whitewater Rafting
Ziptrek Ecotours
Whistler Bungee
Float Plane Tours
Guided Fishing Trips
Bike Rentals
Horseback Riding
And More...


As you can see from the information below, there's no shortage of activities to keep you as busy as you want to be on your Whistler holiday.



With 7 incredible golf courses in the Whistler region, from Squamish to Pemberton, including 3 superb championship courses right in the resort municipality, the Sea to Sky Corridor has become a recognized world class golf destination. Each course is remarkably different with unique characteristics designed to provide challenge and excitement for all levels of ability. Stunning mountain scenery on virtually every hole often makes keeping one's eye on the ball a difficult proposition.

While we’re happy to provide our own personal insights on the courses, it has been our experience that guests are better served to book their own tee times, so the following information is provided with that in mind.

Furry Creek: 1-888-922-9462

As one of BC's most scenic golf course, Furry Creek perfectly captures the most spectacular qualities of this part of the country. This par 72, 18-hole golf course designed by Robert Muir Graves and built in 1993 offers panoramic ocean views and encounters with abundant wildlife.

Squamish Valley: 1-888-349-3688

The Squamish Valley Golf & Country Club is a semi-private, 18 hole, full service facility, located half-way between Vancouver and Whistler on Highway 99 in the Sea to Sky corridor. There are not too many places in the world where in one day you can enjoy a game of golf surrounded by majestic mountains, watch soaring eagles, observe spawning salmon, and in the spring or fall, get a few runs in at North America's #1 ski resort, "Whistler".

Garibaldi Springs: 1-866-441-4747

The sea to sky corridor is affectionately known to avid golfers as "Architect's Row". Nowhere else will you conveniently sample such a classic and diversified range of golf courses, represented here by 'the greats' in golf course architecture and at the Garibaldi Springs Golf Resort, internationally renowned Architect, Les Furber has created a 'Naturally Challenging' golf experience with lots of water and some very unique holes.

Whistler Golf Club: 1-800-376-1777

Located less than 2 hours north of Vancouver, British Columbia, the Whistler Golf Club was chosen by Arnold Palmer as the site for his first Canadian design. Built in 1983 and renovated in 2000, the par-72, 6676-yard layout has nine lakes, two winding creeks and rolling greens all situated below Whistler and Blackcomb mountains.

Chateau Whistler: 1-877-938-2092

With the opening of the Chateau Whistler Golf Club in 1993, Whistler has become one of the premiere golf destinations in Canada. The par 72, 18-hole, Robert Trent Jones Jr.-designed course offers a golf opportunity unmatched in the region. Carved out of the mountain slopes, with elevation changes of more than 400 ft. overall, the golf holes traverse mountain ledges and cross rushing streams.

Nicklaus North: 1-800-386-9898

This par 71, 18-hole course winds along a gentle valley floor offering you a spectacular setting as your golfing skills are tested to the fullest. Just minutes from cobblestone walkways and street side cafes of the resort town of Whistler, Nicklaus North stands out as one of the great courses in North America. It's no wonder this is only one of a few rare golf courses in the world bearing Jack Nicklaus' name.

Big Sky: 1-800-668-7900

In the pastoral Pemberton valley walled in by glacier-capped peaks two hours from Vancouver, British Columbia, designer Bob Cupp has fashioned a subtle, gently rolling test that would fit right in on Hilton Head Island - except for the towering mountains and resident black bears.

Pemberton Valley: 1-800-390-GOLF

Nestled under majestic Mt. Currie, this 18-hole championship course is a par 72 layout, 6407 yards in length with a 123-slope rating. The Pemberton Valley Golf & Country Club offers excellent bent grass greens and an island green on the 8th hole.



See: www.whistleratv.com or call 604-932-8484 and
See: www.cougarmountain.ca or call 1-888-297-2222

Whether you’re just a beginner or a little more hardcore, on an ATV you can cover a lot of ground, up close and personal. There are guided tours up the mountain or up valley and all are sure to get you revved up. This is a great wet weather sport since you’re bound to get wet and dirty anyway all in the name of a good time.



See: www.whistlerblackcomb.com/todo/summer/bears/index.htm
or call 1-866-218-9690

Accompany black bear researcher, Michael Allen as he guides you through some of the most pristine black bear habitat in North America. Travel through deep, old growth coastal hemlock-cedar forests, visit active bear dens, daybeds and feeding sites. Witness evening play between a mother and her cubs. Mountain ecology tours also available with Whistler Blackcomb Planning and Environmental Resource Manager, Arthur DeJong.



See: www.whistleratv.com or call 604-932-8484
See: www.cougarmountain.ca or call 1-888-297-2222

The Hummer is your ticket to a world apart. Access the Cougar Mountain backcountry in style and comfort; this is the world's most serious 4x4. Cougar Mountain has three 7-passenger custom vehicles with forward facing seats for optimum passenger viewing. The central tire inflation system allows air pressure to be adjusted on the fly. With 16 inches of ground clearance and an extremely low center of gravity, we can navigate virtually any terrain imaginable, all without the bone-jarring experience of other off-road vehicles. Join us on Whistler's original HUMMER tour.



See: www.elahoadventures.com or call 1-800-713-7238 and
See: www.whistlerriver.com or call 1-888-932-3532

If you want adventure when you come to Whistler this summer, sign up for a rippin’ ride down one of the great rafting rivers in the Sea to Sky corridor. Trips range from the milder ride down the Green River to wilder rides down the Birkenhead, Elaho and Squamish rivers, all with great, certified guides. This is an excellent wet weather activitiy as you’re going to get soaked in any event.



See: www.whistlerriver.com or call 1-888-932-3532

Between Whistler and Pemberton and beyond are some great jetboating rivers and lakes. Run the rapids up the Green and Lillooet Rivers as you gaze at the spectacular glacial peaks and traditional Native fishing camps. Deer, bear, osprey and spawning salmon are often encountered on these adventures.



See: www.ziptrek.com or call 1-866-935-0001

Fly over Fitzsimmons Creek & the spectacular forest valley between Whistler & Blackcomb Mountains at speeds of up to 70 km/hour harnessed onto a steel cable and dangling precariously 100 feet above rocks and rushing water. Four ziplines span a total of over 800 metres - that's half a mile of zippitydooda fun!



See: www.whistlerbungee.com or call 1-888-932-3532

Try Whistler’s ultimate adrenaline rush. Whether winter or summer, bungee jumping high over the Cheakamus River is an exciting adventure.



See: www.whistlerair.ca/tours.html or call 1-888-806-2299

British Columbia boasts some the most spectacular scenery in the world and there's nothing more traditionally Canadian than a DeHavilland floatplane. Complete your Whistler experience with an unforgetable flight and let your spirit soar. All of our aircraft are specially modified to maximize your flightseeing experience. Everyone gets a window seat and stereo headset for the fully narrated tour. Your pilot is educated about the history and geology of the area and will provide knowledgeable commentary about our fascinating mountain environment.



See: www.whistlerriver.com/ or call 1-888-932-3532 and
www.whistlerecotours.com or call 1-877-988-4900 and
www.whistleroutdoor.com or call 1-604-932-3389

The Whistler area provides unique year round catch & release fishing opportunities. In the Squamish area there are five major fishable rivers with three more to the north of Whistler. Many alpine lakes near Whistler are easily accessed by four wheel drive and also hold Rainbow Trout, Cutthroat and Dolly Varden.



See: www.backroadswhistler.com or call 1-604-932-3111 and
www.whistlerecotours.com or call 1-877-988-4900

Take a guided tour of the Valley or rent your own bike in the Village and head out exploring. If you’re brave, venture up Whistler-Blackcomb’s world renowned bike park, where it’s best to rent your steed and armour at the shop next to Guest Relations at the bottom of the Village Gondola. For a complete hiking experience anywhere in the Valley or up the Peak, consider hiring a guide to help you soak it all in.



See: www.cougarmountain.ca or call 1-888-297-2222 and
www.whistlerriver.com or call 1-888-932-3532 and
www.whistleroutdoor.com or call 1-604-932-3389

Take in spectacular views of Mt. Currie on 2 hr., ˝ day and full day rides in beautiful, sunny Pemberton, only 30 mins. from Whistler.



  • Sightseeing at the top of Whistler Mtn. or summer skiing on the
    Blackcomb glacier

  • Trampolines, paragliding, miniature golf, and luge ride
    all at the Blackcomb Adventure Zone at the Upper Village

  • Daily street entertainers throughout the Village and
    Sunday Farmers' Market at the Upper Village.

  • Canoeing, kayaking, paddleboats, & River of Golden Dreams tours
    starting at Wayside and Lakeside Parks on Alta Lake.

  • World class rock climbing in Squamish, 45 minutes south of Whistler.

Local Whistler, BC Telephone: 604.932.7466
Whistler, Canada - U.S. Toll Free: 1.888.932.7966
United Kingdom Toll Free: 0.800.028.4047
Email: info@whistlerresorthomes.com

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