Family Day in Whistler, BC - Monday February 10, 2014
The first annual BC Family Day in Whistler was a huge success. Plan ahead for 2014 and take your family to Whistler for the long weekend to ski, snowboard and play in the snow.
As a special Family Day gift BC residents can enjoy a 50% discount on lift tickets, when booked with accommodation, on Monday February 10, 2014 - less than the cost of an Edge Card Day!
A Whistler Family Ski Story for BC Family Day
BC Family Day in Whistler - Stay & Ski Packages
Family Activities in Whistler
Want to take your family on a winter adventure they will never forget? Take advantage of these great value offers, available for a limited time over the Family Day Long weekend:
|Lost Lake Cross Country Ski and Snowshoe Trails
|| 50% off all cross country and snowshoe day tickets**
|Meadow Park Sports Center
|| 50% off all family drop-in or all day admissions**
|Whistler Olympic Plaza Ice Skating
|| 50% off skate rentals all day**
**Offer valid Monday, February 10 only.
Other Family Friendly Activities
There is so much more to Whistler in winter than skiing and snowboarding. There are plenty of things to do with family members of all ages - choose your own adventure for a holiday in the snow your kids will never forget.
Long Weekend Events
The following is a listing of events on offer over the long weekend with something to entertain everyone in the family from toddlers to grandparents. Check back closer to the date, as more events will be added.
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†Offers available to children 12 years old and under. One free child per paying adult. Start date must be the same on both the adult’s and the childs tickets and must be of equal duration. Blackout dates may apply.
Call 1.800.WHISTLER (944.7853) to speak with a local travel consultant