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We couldn't do it without our volunteers. Our volunteers took to snow to start the 2018/2019 season. As a not for profit community legacy, Whistler Olympic Park values it's volunteers as an integral part of successful seasonal operations. We couldn't do it it without them. Here's to a great season ahead!

And the race is on! Our staff caught a rabbit and a pine martin in the middle of a loppet. Who wins? P: @quirky__photos

Refueling after an adventure should be just as good as the adventure! Whistler Olympic Park partners with @whistlercooks (operator of Hunter Gatherer) to provide a cafe full of tasty choices, including gluten-free and vegan options. Another reason to call our lodge home for the day! P: Justa Jeskova / @gowhistler

It's im-paws-ible not to smile when you and your dog are together on the trail. Enjoy exploring over 30km of dog-friendly cross-country ski and snowshoe trails with your furry best friend. Now open.

We did the snow dance and Mother Nature responded. Dog-Friendly and snowshoe trails as well as our tobogganing area are now open!

And hearts will be glowing When loved ones are near Start a new tradition this year by gathering your loved ones (furry or not!) on the trails. Our winter wonderland is open every day throughout the holiday season.

Fun + Learning = The very best experience! We're very excited to be offering “Starter” lessons for the first 4 Wednesday nights of the season! Starter lessons will help those that have never-ever or are just beginning to learn the basics of classic cross country skiing before hitting the trails. P: @noelhendrickson

Local's Wednesday night is back! Starting this Wednesday, December 12 you can ski under the stars. For now, conditions remain marginal on rolled compacted snow, and only cross-country skiing is available (no trackset for classic yet). Dog-friendly trails, snowshoeing and tobogganing are not available yet and will be offered once more natural snow accumulates We're also very excited to be offering “Starter” lessons for the first 4 Wednesday nights of the season! Registration is now open! $7 entry, $7 rentals. Choose from skate skiing or classic skiing. Plus, delicious food and beverage deals from Whistler Cooks at the Day Lodge. P: David McColm

There’s snow place like home. P: @noelhendrickson

"And then I realized that adventures are the best way to learn." Whether you are looking to learn a new skill or for an evaluation of current skills towards further development, our instructors are looking forward to helping you. Save 15% on private classic or skate ski lessons taken before December 15th. P: @noelhendrickson

Snow on a trail is like the icing on top of a cupcake! P: @noelhendrickson

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Say YES to new adventures! It's the last week to get 15% discount on all private lessons. Sale ends December 15th.

Baby steps towards big dreams. Our Weekday Season Pass is perfect for making the most of the trails. P: Justa Jeskova / @gowhistler

No need to feel ruff, it's National Mutt Day! In celebration of our mixed breed four-legged friends, here are 3 paws-some things to know about spending time with your dog at Whistler Olympic Park: 1. Your Season Pass gives access to 30km of dog-friendly cross country ski trails and 20 kilometres of snowshoe trails. 2. Dog day passes are only $6, all season long. 3. A season's pass for your pooch is only $46. Our dog friendly trails are not currently open but conditions are updated daily on our website.

Mother Nature can be snow flaky this time of year! Even though natural snowfall has been limited so far, a reminder that cross-country skiers are able to ski on “Callaghan Gold". Sightseers are also welcome to come and enjoy the pristine wilderness as well as our cozy lodge. For daily updates on conditions, available terrain and activities, visit our website.

Pack light and go further! Our rental shop in the Day Lodge provides you with everything you need for a great Nordic snow day, from classic or skate ski equipment to snowshoes.

Advice from the trail: - Walk into beauty. - Stay on your path. - Find inspiration around every turn. - Pack life with good memories. - Every day has its ups and downs! P: Justa Jeskova / @gowhistler