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Well worth spending a few hours here!

We visited here in the summer and it had the feel of being eery abandoned but I gather it is... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Leah1401
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London, England
A Few Tips About Whistler's Olympic Park

Located about 7 miles/11 kilometers from Whistler Village, this area became famous for the Nordic... read more

Reviewed June 6, 2018
Marty B
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Jensen Beach, Florida
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Connect with your family and friends at Whistler Olympic Park, just South of Whistler! Visit iconic Olympic landmarks, impressive First Nations art pieces and enjoy spectacular mountain vistas, old growth forests, lakes and waterfalls. Interpretive...more
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Or tour bus continues on our way we are in Whistler and walked through the village and the shops and enjoy checking out the Olympic Park and the rings

Thank paws0810
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We were a group of 9 friends (men and women ages 30-50) who went out for some friendly competition. They taught us how to shoot the guns and then we had our own race by race walking and shooting! It was hilarious and so fun!!!...More

Thank Jbake
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We visited here in the summer and it had the feel of being eery abandoned but I gather it is actually still used in winter (though we liked the eery, abandoned idea!) The walk up the ski run alone is worth the visit and we...More

Thank Leah1401
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We LOVED checking out the ski jumps, and even starting a trek to the top. But even better, we loved the chance to do biathlon shooting. The guides/teachers at the activity base were awesome and supportive. You should definitely go!

Thank charnerlaird
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

So the park is very quiet, and there are not many activities available. One can rent bicycles, hike, or try your hand at experiencing shooting at targets used by biathlon athletes - which we did! It was a blast (no pun intended!). The scenery is...More

Thank Sean A
Reviewed July 10, 2018

For years this venue used to be free to enter. You could hike around and spot bears, take your photo in front of the ski jump, etc. But now that they charge $10 to get in. Your pass gives you $5 off an activity, but...More

Thank ryng
WSL2010, Owner at Whistler Olympic Park, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Dear ryng, We are sorry that you were disappointed about the park access fee. The $10 fee is charged per vehicle, and in return includes a $5 coupon to be redeemed for an on-site activity, such as summer biathlon at the Olympic shooting range, or...More

Reviewed June 6, 2018

Located about 7 miles/11 kilometers from Whistler Village, this area became famous for the Nordic events during the 2010 Olympics. We toured the facilities in early August 2017. A $5 dollar charge for every car is made to support the Park. The park in the...More

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Reviewed April 7, 2018

Whistler Olympic Park is a recreational Nordic facility, snow play destination and a high-performance training venue that cultivates the spirit of adventure. It was cool getting to see where the Olympics were held.

Thank WorldTravelers34
Reviewed March 21, 2018 via mobile

We are a family with 2 12yr olds. We took a private biathlon lesson in the afternoon with Claudia. What a great day! None of us had ever skate skied or shot a rifle. We learned a lot, got a great work out and had...More

Thank PTMEC
Reviewed March 7, 2018

This is an excellent nordic skiing facility and perfect for everyone. There is snowshoeing and toboggan trails for non-skiers but also a program called "Discover" lessons for anyone that wants to try skiing for the first time. The lodge has beautiful views and a small...More

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DavidJMcWalter
July 18, 2016|
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Hi David, The age limit is 8 years old and above. Enjoy!
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KarmaBoy2016
December 30, 2015|
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The majority of the dog friendly trails at Whistler Olympic Park are off leash!
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