British Columbia | Whistler Itinerary
(Host City: Vancouver, British Columbia (YVR))
Day 1: Vancouver to Whistler
Day 2: Callaghan Valley
Day 3: Joffre Lakes
Day 4: Whistler Valley
Day 5: Whistler Mountain
Day 6: Vancouver (departure)
Quotes From the Field:
"We've told everyone it's one of the best vacations we've ever taken. All the decisions were made - you could truly relax and take in the experience."
Kathy & Joe Dean - Opelika, AL
British Columbia Tours
A British Columbia wilderness adventure
Follow in the footsteps of the 2010 Winter Olympians as you explore glacier-carved peaks, alpine lakes and wildflower meadows in one of Canada’s hottest vacation destinations.
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- Marvel at the girth of a massive cedar on a hike through the old-growth hemlock rainforests of Alice Lake Provincial Park*
- Bike quiet trails through peaceful farm country in Whistler Valley
- Tackle the rapids on the mighty Elaho River
- Lunch at the base of Matier Glacier and (if you're feeling courageous) take a dip in one of Joffre’s three glacier-fed lakes
- Ride the gondola to the top of Whistler Mountain and trek the last 1,000 vertical feet to the summit for jaw-dropping views
- Bike the short track and take aim at the shooting range at the same venues used by the 2010 Olympians
- Sit back and watch the sun set over the sound on a drive along the spectacular Sea to Sky highway
6 days/5 nights
Nights 1 to 5: Legends Lodge
Legends Lodge sits at the base of Whistler Mountain at the original resort town site. Located in Creekside, which is a small village located 5 minutes south of the main village. Capturing the vibrant atmosphere of this dynamic destination, Legends confidently sets itself apart from the more traditional mountain lodges, with bold colors and a laid back ambiance.
A few more reasons why you've gotta go...
1. Joffre Lake hike: when you get to the top, look down - the water is so clear you can see clear to the bottom!
2. Rafting the Elaho: where else can you hear glacier silt on the bottom of your raft?
3. The view from the top of Whistler Blackcomb: the 360-degree panorama is impossible to beat.