Discover the park on your own. Advance bookings are not required for the following free activities. Park access fee required to enter.
Three designated hiking routes with different difficulty levels are available. Choose from an easy walk on pavement following interpretive signage, a longer, but beginner-friendly hike to breathtaking valley viewpoints, and the summer signature hiking challenge, the Ski Jump Scramble, that leads hikers to the very top of the Olympic ski jumps. Closed toe shoes are recommended (no flip-flops/sandals).
Challenge your friends and family to a game of disc golf on Whistler Olympic Park's 9-hole course. Weave through forest and ski trails as you perfect your throw. Least throws wins the game. The course is located close to the biathlon range. Bring your own discs, or rent at the Activity Base.
Sightseeing and Exhibit
Explore Whistler Olympic Park's history and legacy from the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games by reading the interpretive signage and exploring the new exhibit. Take a photo as you visit the Olympic cross-country stadium, the biathlon range, the majestic ski jumps and the Olympic Rings.