Winter Family Fun
Skiing and snowboarding are just two of the fun family activities Whistler is famous for. With an unending
list of adventures on and off the slopes, your kids will be engaged all day and into the night. Make sure you check the Events listing for family friendly activities during your stay.
Whistler's Guide to Activities for Teens
The great outdoors of Whistler brings so many amazing adventures. Here's just a sampling:
See the complete list of winter activities.
Winter Scavenger Hunt
Drop past the Visitor Center and pick up a hand-out and Village map. It's a fun, free and active way to entertain the kids.
Download a copy of the Whistler Winter Scavenger Hunt (PDF)
For days when the weather is not ideal or you are looking for a change Whistler has numerous indoor venues where kids can be active and blow off steam:
- Indoor Rock Climbing at The Core
- Indoor pools and ice skating at Meadow Park Sports Centre
- Indoor skating at Sk8 Cave (Function Junction)
- Indoor Trampoline at Bounce (Function Junction)
- Gymnastics at Oros Whistler Gymnastic Center (Cheakamus)
Other Indoor Fun
Looking for something different? Other Whistler venues provide entertainment, educational activities and places to chill out:
More information on indoor activities.
Dining and Après
Most Whistler restaurants offer an extensive kids menu and children can join their
parents for après until 8:00 pm.
Editor's Picks for Family Dining
Suggestions for restaurants that please the palates of the entire family:
- Pasta Lupino
- Mongolie Grill
- Samurai Sushi
- Garibaldi Lift Co.
- Teppan Village
- Wildwood Bistro
Tried and true restaurants that stand the test of time with kids and their parents:
- White Spot
- Dairy Queen/Orange Julius
- Domino's Pizza
- The Old Spaghetti Factory
- BG Urban Grill