As you float on snow, you will feel the presence of the tall trees towering above you and our professional guide will talk you through the history of the area and point out a variety of mammoth trees including hemlock and amabilis fir. With only 150m of elevation gain and plenty of photo opportunities to show just how enormous these giants actually are, as well as frozen waterfalls and stunning vistas, this this trail has something for everyone.
We gratefully and respectfully acknowledge that the land we work and live on, now known as Whistler, lies in the unceded territory of the Sk̲wx̲wú7mesh and Líl̓wat Nations.
- Duration: 3.5 hours (round trip from Cougar base) with approximately 1.75 hours snowshoe time
- Departures: Weekdays*: 1pm
- Departures: Weekends: 8:30am / 1pm
- *Closed on select midweek days during low volume periods, check booking window for up to date availability.
- Adult: $129.99
- Child: $89.99 (8-12 years old)
- COVID-19 Measures in Place: Guests will be required to consent to a non-invasive temperature check, and as of July 1st, 2021 masks for staff and guests are optional for all activities. For a complete list of new procedures, please visit tagwhistler.com/covid19.
- Flexible Cancelation Policy: Change or cancel your booking up until 24 hours prior to the activity or purchase optional cancellation protection which allows cancellation without penalty until 1 hour before activity. Please visit tagwhistler.com/refunds for more information.
Prepare to Explore
Each tour has a minimum age for children according to the difficulty level. Private tours are recommended for younger snowshoers and their families.
A traditional tool.
Serving the Aboriginal Peoples living in the area for thousands of years, snowshoes spread out a person’s weight over a large area, allowing you to float on snow.
All guests are required to sign a legal release of liability waiver.