TAG RZR Tours
Get ready to rip! Take on Whistler's Backcountry at full throttle. Enjoy the exhilarating experience of driving your own machine and the breathtaking viewpoints along the way.
What to Expect
While On Tour
Out on the trails, expect an hour and a half of climbing steep and rugged terrain, splashing through puddles, and stopping at beautiful viewpoints over looking Whistler’s Backcountry.
Most importantly, HAVE FUN!
Gear & Safety Briefing
Once it’s your turn to go, your guide will set you up with your full face helmet, goggles and waterproof gear if required.
You’ll head out with your group and go through how to use the machines, safety protocols and what to do & not do while out on trail.
Pairing Guests with Machines
Groups of 1 or 2 will be assigned a two-seater and groups of 3 or 4 will be assigned a four-seater.
Don’t worry! If you everyone in your groups wants to drive, you can switch drivers throughout the tour.
If you would prefer to split up your group of 3 or more to fit into several 2-seaters, there may be longer wait time.
Safety & Requirements
You must be a minimum of 16 years old and possess either a valid Learner’s or Full Driver’s License before driving one of our RZR’s. Licenses will be checked at check in.
All guests will have a training session at the beginning of their RZR tour. It is required to listen to the guides instructions during the training session and while on tour.
You must wear one of our D.O.T. certified and regularly inspected helmets. Personal helmets are not permitted. Department of Transportation (DOT) certified helmets meet or exceed Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 218, the legal requirement for a helmet to be used on public roads.