Red Bull 400

July 2019

Runners, prepare to take on the steepest 400-metre race in the world! Red Bull 400 is held at Whistler Olympic Park, a unique race from the bottom to the top of the ski jump with a challenging 400 vertical metres of elevation gain. Everyone is welcome to cheer on the athletes, and spectators are permitted up the ski jumps in designated areas.

Whistler Olympic Park

The venue is located a short drive (18 km) south of of the year-round resort of Whistler, surrounded by the rugged mountains of the Coast Ranges. The park was a host venue for the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games. The park is open in winter for cross country skiing, snowshoeing, biathlon and baseboarding and in summer for biathlon, special events and more.

Staying in Whistler

Base yourself in Whistler for the race weekend for easy access to the venue and plenty of ways to relax and recover after the race. Here you'll find a range of places to stay, dining, spas and shopping plus all the outdoor activities the resort is famous for from lakes and beaches to alpine hiking trails and ziplining. With so much to do, we encourage you to stay a little longer so you can take it all in.

Stay in Whistler

Whistler is just a short drive north of the Red Bull 400 venue. Why not book your stay and check out the beautiful summer resort at the same time?

Red Bull 400 Team

The Whistler Insider:
5 Things I Learned from Racing Red Bull 400

Self-proclaimed non-racer Feet Banks took part in the Red Bull 400 relay last year – here's what he learned on his way to a bronze medal.


Photos and Video of Red Bull 400 Whistler 2015

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Summer Lodging

Summer Lodging
2019 rooms on sale! Book Early and Save.

Book in advance and secure the best rooms in Whistler at the lowest price.