Free tours via donation to zero ceiling
The Adventure Group is excited to announce we are opening our summer tours as of June 26! If you are anything like us, we are itching to get back out into nature and get a good dose of adventure.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic the Whistler community has come together to help stop the spread of the virus, and now is the time to get back out into nature and to reclaim your Whistler! To celebrate our start to summer we are opening our doors early, just for locals and offering free tours on June 23, 24, 25.
How it works:
– Book online at tagwhistler.com starting today, June 19.
– Valid for sea to sky locals (Mount Currie, Pemberton, Whistler & Squamish).
– Local ID required at check in.
– Limited spaces available.
– Valid on all single activities.
– Maximum one day activity per person (Superfly Ziplines, Treetop Adventure, Wedge Whitewater Rafting)
– Limit two people per booking. *
– Whistler food truck, Whistler Pizza will be at our basecamp on June 23 serving delicious hot pizza, you can pre-order on their website here. Be sure to select June 23 and The Adventure Group (TAG) location.
*Whitewater Rafting: Only guests from the same party in each raft. Minimum of 4 people per booking, maximum 6 people per booking.
Free tours include Superfly Ziplines, Treetop Adventure, Wedge Whitewater Rafting on the Green River and Vallea Lumina, all we ask for is a minimum of $6 (plus applicable taxes and fees) donation to local charity Zero Ceiling, you can of course donate more if you would like to.
Zero Ceiling is committed to ending youth homelessness in BC. For over twenty years, they’ve been helping young people facing homelessness have a healthy transition to adulthood. They provide stability, support, and opportunities so that young people can focus on personal growth. They believe every young person deserves the chance to become the best version of themselves.
Based in Whistler, they serve youth aged 16-24 from Metro Vancouver and the Sea to Sky Corridor. Their programs offer supportive housing, supportive employment, case management, life skills education, mental health supports, and outdoor recreation in a safe, supportive environment. They build strong relationships and support young people for as long as they need: just like a family.
Like many charities, Zero Ceiling were hit hard with the CCOVID-19 crisis. Many of those they support did not have anywhere else to turn, and as an essential service to their participants they stayed committed as ever to ensure the safety, health, and well-being of the young people they serve.
Zero Ceiling’s goal is to raise $20,000 to provide housing, stability, and support for young people facing homelessness at this critical time and will be giving away a weekend of adventure and a two-night hotel stay in the heart of Whistler village. Buy a raffle ticket to win a Whistler Staycation for two here, tickets on sale until July 31.
We look forward to having our locals back at our basecamp to enjoy activities! With our return, we have a set of new COVID-19 procedures in place which you can view in detail at here
To donate directly to Zero Ceiling, click here.
For more information on Zero Ceiling, click here.