These year-round canopy tours let you sail through the tree tops side-by-side with your friends and family.
Over 4,000 LED lights make the forest sparkle during Whistler’s winter evening canopy tour, the “Zip n Chill.” Riders are guided through the trees and taken to a cabin on Blackcomb Mountain where they enjoy dinner with the group. The resort also offers two other tours that run year-round. Whistler, British Columbia | 800.944.7853 | whistler.com/zipline
If you want to experience the thrill of the mountains, but aren't a skier, call SNO-LIMO and they'll tour you around on a ski-mounted chair.
This service offers an adventure that brings non-skiers to the ski hill. Riders—often non-skiing family members, small children and older adults— sit in a chair operated by a guide on a controlled run down green or easier-blue runs. The service has catered to everyone from 6-month-old twins to 105-year-old great grandmothers, and makes sure that each ride is unique to the person whom they’re guiding. If you want to experience the mountain in a safe and unique way, this is the way to do it: they’ve been serving Whistler for five years, and have guided over 23,000 tours.
Learn how to drive your own sled during this Whistler dog sledding adventure.
Alaskan Racing Huskies, bred specially to perform in the southern-Canadian environment pull your sled at Whistler. During your two-hour-long ride you’ll learn how to drive your own sled, basic commands, and sled-handling techniques. You can also ride with a guide. During the summer they offer dog-sled tours on the still-snow-covered trails at Whistler Mountain.