Whistler Summer Recreation
When summer comes to Whistler and the days grow longer, the town starts to feel like the world's best summer camp. The crowds are smaller, the locals are rested and the sun streams down on the patios.
Whistler Creekside is a particularly great location for a Whistler summer. It just happens to have some of the best amenities - namely Alpha, Nita and Tarmarisk lakes and the parkland that surrounds them. Alpha Lake park is also the only dog friendly park in Whistler. Summer fun isn't restricted to just the waterways in Whistler, hiking, golfing and mountain-biking are as much about summer as swimming, fishing and boating are.
Whistler Summer Fun Comes in All Strengths
From the relaxed to the extreme, Whistler's summer activities offer something for all skill and thrill levels, whether that's 160-foot fall with Whistler Bungee or a round of 18-hole mini-golf at Riverside Campground.
A rental mountain bike can mean a day of leisurely pedaling along The Valley Trail or taking the biggest jumps at Whistler Mountain Bike Park. The choice is yours.
Whistler Olympic Park is More than Nordic Sport
With 57 kilometres of trails and the most pristine environment accessible to the average traveler, Whistler Olympic Park is not to be missed. Nestled in The Callaghan Valley, the turn off to Whistler Olympic Park is located 9 kilometres south of Whistler Village. Be sure to experience the amazing hiking in this superb and scenic location.
Contact your Lodging Ovations representative about these activities as well as the ones listed below.
Summer Activities in Whistler
Photo Credit: Steve Rogers