Cross Country Skiing

Cross-Country Skiing

Cross-country skiing is one of Whistler’s best kept (and most affordable) secrets. No chairlift lineups here; just you, perfectly groomed trails and Whistler’s enchanting winter wonderland to explore. With three cross-country skiing venues, including the official Nordic venue for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, Whistler offers more than 130 km of trails. Check out our sample cross-crountry skiing itinerary for inspiration!

From $89.00Discover Skate Skiing

All the basics to enter into the "Freedom of Skate Skiing". Includes 1.5 hr lesson, daily trail pass, rentals for the day.


 

From $79.00Beginner's Special

Specially tailored for first timers, this is the best introduction to the fundamentals of cross country skiing.


 

From $79.00Discover Cross Country - 1hr Classic Ski

Every new skier should take this lesson. You will learn about the equipment, how to get moving, climb and stop in classic technique.


 

From $99.00Whistler Olympic Park - Private Lesson (1hr 2people)

This is the optimum lesson or tour format for personal attention and effective learning.


 

Lost Lake Park features 32 kms of trails and offers views of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains; four kilometers have lighting for enjoying evening runs. Check out Lost Lake Cross Country Connection.

Whistler Olympic Park is where all the Nordic events took place during the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. Callaghan Country, right next to Whistler Olympic Park, has an overnight cross-country ski lodge but also offers day passes to their trails as well. Both parks honour each other’s passes and combined, have more than 95 kms of groomed trails to enjoy.

For more detailed park information, please see our Cross-Country Venues page.

We also offers great deals on downhill skiing or snowboarding winter packages including accommodation and lift tickets!