Glide, Stride or Skate - Nordic Skiing In Sea to Sky Country
In the Sea to Sky, you're never too far from some of the world's most attractive ski touring venues and groomed Nordic ski and snowshoe trails.
Sea to Sky country boasts some of North America's most scenic terrain, much of which is right here in Squamish where you never have to travel too far to find snowcapped vistas, hefty snowfalls and a range of cross-country skiing options from ungroomed routes to world-class facilities.
Brandywine Falls Provincial Park
Located just 20 minutes north of Squamish, Brandywine Falls Provincial Park is an adventure in itself. Known for its scenic falls, creek and old growth forests, this park is accessible year-round and a favourite among hikers, skiers and snowshoers alike.
Skiing in the Callaghan
One of North America's most diverse Nordic Centres lies in the Callaghan Valley, approximately 50 kilometres north of Squamish. There, you will find more than 130 kilometres of ski and snowshoe trails for the beginner to expert along with some of the world's best Nordic ski training facilities and ski touring venues. Glide, stride or skate at this popular local destination for skiing, snowshoeing, tobogganing and more. A single Ski Callaghan Pass provides access to almost 90km of trails groomed for both classic and skate skiing — 30km of which are dog-friendly. There’s no shortage of cross-country exploration in the Callaghan Valley. Whatever your ability, the scenic and legendary trails accommodate all levels of ambitions and enthusiasm. Get your endorphins going well into the evening (night skiing offered Wednesdays mid-winter), or develop your technique in a lesson with one of our friendly instructors. You can also wander more than 40kms of marked snowshoe trails (over 15km of which are dog-friendly) and tread upon the winter snowpack, weaving between beautiful forest, waterfalls, rivers and Olympic monuments.
Whistler Olympic Park
The Olympic Park is closed for the winter season. For more information visit the Olympic Park's Facebook page.
A former site of the 2010 Vancouver Olympic and Paralympic Games, Whistler Olympic Park continues to offer 55 kilometres of expertly groomed trails for both classic and skate skiing, ranging from beginner (green) to expert (black). The venue also offers 5km of lighted trails, a day lodge, plus the connected Callaghan Country trail system where you'll find an additional 42 kilometres of groomed skiing.