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Embark on a snowshoeing adventure amidst the breathtaking beauty of Whistler’s winter wonderland. Nestled in the heart of the Coast Mountains, Whistler offers a plethora of scenic trails for snowshoers of all levels. Whether you’re exploring the serene forests or admiring the snow-capped peaks, every step is a journey into tranquility and awe-inspiring vistas. With guided tours available for beginners and experienced adventurers alike, discovering Whistler on snowshoes promises an unforgettable experience, blending outdoor exploration with the magic of the snowy landscape.

Snowshoe Tours

If you have never been snowshoeing before, joining a tour is a great way to learn just how much fun this popular Canadian sport can be, and how beautiful the forest trails are in deep winter. Expert guides will teach you how to use the snowshoes effectively in different snow conditions, lead you on a walk and add to the experience with information on Whistler’s gorgeous natural landscapes and winter culture.

Whistler Experience Guide Tours

Rainbow Falls Snowshoe Tour

Enjoy a beautiful snowshoe that ascends through the forest along 21 Mile Creek to the beautiful Rainbow Falls. We will be stopping at scenic points along the way. Meet in front of the Frontenac Ballroom located on the conference level. Moderate fitness level required. Remember to stay hydrated and wear comfortable footwear. We provide the snowshoes.

Train Wreck Snowshoe Tour

Enjoy a casual snowshoe along the glacier-fed Cheakamus River to the remains of a train derailment from the 1950’s. At the wreck there are 5 train cars scattered along the forest floor with massive Coastal evergreen trees that have grown around them. Some local artists have decorated the cars with amazing graffiti work. Great for a family hike. Moderate fitness level required. Please wear appropriate foot wear. Snowshoes are provided.

Lost Lake Snowshoe Tour

Get away from it all with a guided snow shoe tour around Lost Lake. Trek along our coastal rainforest to get unique viewpoints of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. Meet in front of the Frontenac Ballroom located on the conference level. Moderate fitness level required. Remember to stay hydrated and wear appropriate footwear.
Trail passes are not included, and payable upon arrival at PassivHaus. Snowshoes will be provided.

Dog-Friendly Snowshoe Trails

Dogs are not allowed in Lost Lake Park, but there are dog-friendly trails at Whistler Olympic Park and Callaghan Country so you can take your best friend along. Dogs are also allowed on many of Whistler’s hiking trails.

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Private Tours
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Whistler Blackcomb Experience

Experience the epitome of mountain majesty with our exclusive private skiing tour at Whistler Blackcomb. Led by expert guides, you'll carve through pristine powder, savoring every exhilarating moment against the stunning backdrop of the Canadian Rockies. With personalized routes and unparalleled vistas, this bespoke adventure guarantees an unforgettable skiing experience tailored to your skill level and preferences
Group of friends skiing and snowboarding at Whistler Blackcomb ski resort.


Home to 8,171 acres of skiable terrain, Whistler Blackcomb is the ideal destination for skiers and snowboarders alike! Whether you’re enjoying your annual ski vacation in the mountains or learning to ski for the first time, Whistler offers terrain suitable for all ability levels.
Private Tours
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Guided Snowshoe Experience

Embark on a celestial journey through the winter wonderland with our private snowshoeing tour under the stars. Step into the quiet serenity of the forest, where the crisp night air is filled with the glow of the moon and the twinkle of distant stars. Our knowledgeable guide will lead you on a magical adventure, navigating the snowy trails as you soak in the enchanting ambiance of the night sky. It's an unforgettable experience that promises to leave you with memories to last a lifetime.