Imagine sliding down the world’s fastest ice track in a bobsleigh or on a skeleton sled, or getting ski tips from an Olympic skier on the site of the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. Perhaps you prefer to explore Whistler’s Olympic Legacies at your own pace with a self-guided tour. No matter what your preference, the spirit of The Games lives on in Whistler.
Bobsleigh and Skeleton Experience at the Whistler Sliding Centre
The non-profit Whistler Sliding Centre is home to the fastest ice track in the world! Since hosting the competitions for bobsleigh, skeleton and luge of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games, the venue continues to grow sport as an active training and competition site. Also public participants can experience the thrill of sliding in passenger bobsleigh (winter and summer) and solo skeleton rides (winter). Visitors can also explore the state-of-the-art facility during a free self-guided interpretive tour
Winter Bobsleigh or Skeleton Experience - $189 per person
December 14, 2018 - March 31, 2019
Tick bobsleigh or skeleton off your bucket list at the Whistler Sliding Centre! After a safety orientation, participants coast down the world’s fastest ice track in a 4-person bobsled, steered by a trained bobsleigh pilot, reaching speeds of up to 125+ km/hr. Solo adventurers can launch themselves down head-first on their own skeleton sled, reaching speeds up to 100 km/hr. Bobsleigh is offered daily, Skeleton is available Fridays and Saturdays mainly (additional sessions may be open depending on the sliding schedule).
Simply search below to book your winter experience, or call 1.800.944.7853 and speak to a local travel consultant.
Summer - ‘Rolling Thunder’ Bobsleigh on Wheels - $109 per person
June – September, 2019
Sliding isn’t only a winter sport. This summer let a professional bobsleigh pilot steer you through a series of corners and curves in a bobsleigh on wheels. After a safety orientation and a tour of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games venue including an exclusive track walk, your ‘Rolling Thunder’ team will reach speeds of up to 90 km/hr in the final ‘Thunderbird Corner’. Summer bobsleigh runs seven days a week, rain or shine, it’s a perfect addition to your time in Whistler. Rolling Thunder runs daily for $109 per adult and youth (12 – 18 years) are free with a paying adult. Additional youth are half price.
Whistler Olympic Park hosted ski jumping, cross-country skiing and biathlon for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games and remains an active centre for competitors, the local community and visitors. Located a short drive south of Whistler, the park offers activities and programs year-round.
Winter at Whistler Olympic Park
The park is open from November – April for winter activities. Whistler Olympic Park has 130 kilometres of picturesque Nordic ski and snowshoe trails plus biathlon facilities, ski jumping, tobogganing and baseboarding, and access to backcountry skiing.
Summer at Whistler Olympic Park
Entry is $10 per vehicle and includes a $5 coupon for any on-site activity. This fee helps maintain the venue for the benefit of local, national and international Nordic athletes for summer and winter training. Free park entry for 2017-18 season pass holders and non-motorized vehicles.
Whistler Olympic Park is open daily for sightseeing and other activities from the end of June through to early September from 10 AM – 4:30 PM. Park closes and gates are locked at 4:30 PM.
- Sightseeing / Hiking (included with entry fee)
- Hiking up Ski Jumps
- Disc Golf – nine holes
- Summer Biathlon Experience
- Electric Assist Bike rentals & trails
- Snack Shack & Gift Shop at Activity Base
No advanced booking is required for activities. All activities begin from the Activity Base located at the park's biathlon range.
Ski with an Olympian
This winter take a private lesson with an Olympian and learn new skills from one of the best athletes in the world and take your sport to the next level.
More than just a lesson, this once in a lifetime experience will give you a chance to learn about the life of an Olympic Athlete, learn some secrets of Whistler locals and possibly even ski the famous Dave Murray Downhill course.
You’ll have the choice of having a one on one lesson, or bringing your friends and family to make a group of up to five people, all for the same price.
For more information and to book a private ski or snowboard lesson with an Olympian, visit the snow school page.
Self Guided Tours
Explore Whistler’s Olympic Legacies in your own time with the self guided tours, any time of year. Download the Whistler 2010 Games Experience Brochure to use as a guide as you go.
Google Maps for Tours, Venues & Photo Opportunities
View a detailed Olympic Legacies Map (includes photo locations and must-see attractions).
*Please note that prices are subject to change and tours are subject to availability.