Opening day for this upcoming 2016/2017 list is November 24th our Kid-Friendly Guide to Whistler will always be changing to stay up to date!
First and foremost, if you haven’t already, get your early bird passes as soon as possible. There are several deals to be had before November 15th (tomorrow!):
Four Seasons Whistler Resort
Book now and get free lift tickets
Edge Card for Residents
Are you a British Columbia, Washington or Oregon Resident? Then you get exclusive deals until November 21 with the Edge Card – it also means our Kid-Friendly Guide to Whistler.
Four Seasons Whistler Resort
The resort offers plenty of value for families, including a DVD library, board games, kids menus (kids under 5 eat free), nightly s’mores, and more.
If you have a little one under 5, look forward to a stuffed toy upon check-in, crib and in-room baby gear and baby-proofing and Honest brand toiletries.
Experience luxury like no other with a private residence, with your own in-suite laundry, premium brand appliances, room service and proximity to all other resort amenities. The gym and pool (with secret hot tub area) is private to the residences building and offers a quiet home for your next ski vacation to Whistler. Having a living area and separate bedrooms ensures the whole family gets a great night’s sleep before adventures on the mountains.
SKIING, SNOW BOARDING AND LESSONS
A private family lesson can accommodate all levels and you get to stay with your kids for the day (or even just the morning) and then go your own way.
Group lessons begin as young as age three and drop-off day care begins as young as 18 months in the Village. Private lessons can be had for any age and a great addition to our Kid-Friendly Guide to Whistler.
FUN BEYOND SKIING AND BOARDING
The Coca-Cola Tube Park is on Blackcomb Mountain and is perfect for a fun snow activity on a non-ski day for the whole family making it the perfect addition to our kid-friendly guide to Whistler.
Weekends & Holidays – 10am-6pm Weekdays (Mon-Fri) – 11am-6pm
Strap on the blades and go skating for a change! The Meadow Park Sports Centre is on Highway 99.
Open seven days a week for public skating 12:00-4:00pm
Family $17 drop-in (includes 2 adults and all dependents)
Snowshoeing and/or cross country Skiing
Book a tour or rent snow shoes and cross country skis at Callaghan Country Wilderness Adventures.
9:00-4:30 (7 days)
Cross Country weekday $48.10 Family (up to 4 persons)
weekend $65.00 Family (up to 4 persons)
Snowshoeing weekday $25.00 Family (up to 4 persons)
weekend $37.62 Family (up to 4 persons)
Visit the Whistler Museum (4333 Main Street) for everything from pioneer stories to the 2010 Winter Olympic Games when you’re looking for an indoor afternoon.
The Museum is open 7 days a week, 11am-5pm, and is also open late night on Thursdays 11am-9pm.
Open by donation ( suggested donation $5)
Olympic related tours, park and viewing
Whister Olymic Park is a true outdoor playground and host venue for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. It opens over winter for nordic skiing, tobogganing, snowshoeing, biathlon, base boarding, sightseeing, fat biking and more. Bring the family and enjoy all the activities as well as the comfortable day lodge and facilities.
Weekdays 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Wednesdays 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Weekends 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Cross Country Ski Package $55 $35
Snowshoe Package $25 $20
Shuttle Only $10 $10
Peak 2 Peak
Access to the PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola at either Mountain base (Whistler or Blackcomb) and explore this world record-breaking gondola. Your PEAK 2 PEAK 360 ticket includes access to the Whistler Village Gondola, any operating open-air chairlifts and the PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola.
Beginning November 24th
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Adult Youth 13-18 Child 7-12 Child 6 & under
$49.95 $42.92 $24.95 Free
Plenty of bars and restaurants around Whistler allow children until 10pm, encouraging the whole family to enjoy some fun apres ski.