Every day after skiing we offer a choice of 2-3 free activities between 4-6 pm and every evening our private pro-level trampoline is open from 7:45 pm until 9:15 pm. In Sessions 3, 4 and 5 we take a day off from the mountain on Day 4, to let your body have some rest and recovery. On that day we run additional activities in the valley. If you opt for the Skiing-Only package with no hotel and food then you also have the option to add on the Activities Package.
Waterramping is an important part of our coaching program. This is the SAFE way to perfect your aerial skills before trying tricks on snow. We have sessions scheduled on most afternoons and the day off, which are always supervised by a CFSA certified Aerial coach to help you get the tough tricks figured out before you try them on snow. We supply the wetsuits and skis, all you need to bring is your helmet and ski boots. If you normally use skis shorter than 140 cm, you may need to bring your own. Your snow skis should work fine.
We have a variety of Trampoline facilities to use – our own 2 string Pro Trampoline located at our Hotel which is open every night, 2 inbed trampolines at the water ramps, sessions at the Bounce indoor tramp facility with multiple trampolines, a supertramp and foam pit. We always have a certified trampoline coach on hand to help you work on the technical tricks safely. Building these skills will help you gain air sense and progress your new tricks faster to snow.
Whistler is now regarded as the #1 Mountain Biking destination in the world, and we take full advantage. Whistler has some of the world’s best single track riding. We’ll supply you with a Cross Country Mountain Bike and all the safety gear. A guided session in the Whistler Downhill bike park can also be arranged (extra cost).
TAG Aerial Adventure
The TAG aerial adventure tree to tree course is an elevated obstacle course set in a beautiful Douglas Fir forest and securely suspended between the trees at 10 to 60 feet off the ground! This self-managed system allows you to move independently through a series of surprising and progressively challenging tree to tree elements, including zip lines, suspended bridges, scramble nets and swinging logs. We do this fun activity on the Day off snow.
Paintball has always been one of the most popular day-off activities at camp. Whistler Paintball has several playing fields deep in the forest and supplies camo gear and semi-automatic paintball guns. If you’ve got a loose trigger finger make sure you bring a few extra bucks to load up on paint.
The Core Climbing Gym
Steps away from our Hotel, The Core Gym has an amazing 5620 square-foot indoor rock climbing wall. Find your own challenges, then conquer them – from easy kid-friendly routes to crack climbing, steep overhangs or tricky slab climbing. This is the place to build your confidence and learn a new skill!
After a full day of skiing, a coach and camper favourite is Stand-Up Paddleboarding – a great way to cool off and enjoy one of Whistler’s beautiful lakes.
Game on – there is always a big rivalry between Team Captains ‘Woodsy’ and ‘Tami’! Soccer is a great way to get to know the other campers and coaches, many of whom are passionate players! We finish the game with e refreshing dip into the ‘River of Golden Dreams’!
For all the Skateboarders, In-Liners and BMXers out there, Whistler has a world-class skatepark less than a 5 minute walk from our hotel. The park features a bowl section, 1/4 pipes, rails, spines, and transitions of every kind. Helmets mandatory as we don’t want concussions keeping you away from skiing! (skaters in video aren’t campers)
Whistler has 2 Disc Golf courses — a pro length course and a fun course in the woods near our hotel. We usually play a couple of times a week on the fun course, but are always ready to entertain on the pro course if anyone is up to it.
Park Awards Party
It’s not as scary as it sounds. Two-time Olympian and Camp Director John Smart and fellow Olympians lead a mental training seminar that is designed to give you the mental edge when it comes to competition and performance. If you are serious about winning and performing at your best this is a must.
Air Bag (Acrobag) – On Hill
Located on hill the airbags are our best tools for safely training all levels of inverted maneuvers in bumps, park or pipe. The real snow take off makes the training much more realistic when it comes to transitioning from tramp to waterramp to snow and CFSA is now allowing qualifications to take place on the airbag, not just on the waterramp.
Enjoy a relaxing afternoon learning to sail on Alta Lake.
There are 5 beautiful lakes in the Whistler Valley which are perfect for cooling off in on a hot day. Lost Lake is a favorite and it’s only a 15 minute walk or 3 minute free bus ride from the hotel.
In addition to many of the above activities we also offer our adults…
Whistler Bungy. Feel the exhilaration of jumping from a 160ft ( 53 meter ) bridge spanning 300 ft over the glacial fed Cheakamus river!
Kitesurfing (optional extra)
Located at the Squamish Spit, 40 min south of Whistler. Open to beginners and advanced kiters (transport to Squamish included but rentals and lessons extra).