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Whistler Wilderness Snowmobile Run

  • Snowmobile tour through forests and across frozen lakes inaccessible on foot
  • Views of the Coastal Mountain Range rarely experienced by visitors
  • Guide ensures you don’t get lost in the secluded backcountry
Whistler Wilderness Snowmobile Run
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11:00 AM DEPARTURE 2 people on 1 snowmobile
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Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Whistler on a leisurely snowmobile tour through the backcountry. Let your guide navigate through through forests and across frozen lakes inaccessible by car or on foot. Take in mountain views rarely seen by visitors, and upgrade for a freshly cooked, traditional Yukon breakfast. A convenient pickup spot in Whistler Village and a choice of departure times make for a hassle-free morning.
What to Expect
Your tour starts with a convenient pick-up from Carleton Lodge in the thick of Whistler Village. After a pleasant ride out of town, greet your guide and receive equipment and a safety lesson.

Follow your guide to secluded locations deep within the Callaghan Valley, including dense forest trails and frozen lakes inaccessible to the general public. Take in sweeping views of the Coastal Mountain Range before stopping at the location of the 2010 Winter Olympics for photo opportunities.

If you’ve upgraded on the morning tour, stop at a rustic cabin to refuel with a traditional Yukon breakfast of bacon, eggs, pancakes, and fresh maple syrup.

Make your way back to the departure point, where a shuttle awaits to take you back to Whistler Village.
Reviews (48)
1 - 5 of 38 reviews
Reviewed 29 May 2018 via mobile
Will never forget this tour!

Our tour started with Jodi. Girl you are super cool and we were happy to get you as our guide....then 10 minutes into the tour you told us we would be bored in your group and sent us off with Patrick....good call girl! My husband...More

2  Thank taryn008
Reviewed 13 May 2018 via mobile
Snowmobile tour was great!

We had a great time with Jordan as our tour guide. Amazing experience with the ATV and snowmobile. I would highly recommend!

Thank Trek401613
Reviewed 21 April 2018 via mobile
Great fun

Originally booked the Yukon breakfast tour but unfortunately due to lack of numbers it couldn't run. The sales team at Canadian Wilderness were excellent and rebooked me and my daughter onto the Wilderness tour on the same date. The tour was professionally run and really...More

1  Thank Locksters
Reviewed 9 April 2018 via mobile
So much fun!

It really was beautiful and exhilarating! Our guide Sam was very kind and funny. We left definitely feeling like we wanted to come back again.

Thank Julia F
Reviewed 25 March 2018 via mobile
For Beginners Only

Our guide was very friendly and the scenery was spectacular, but this was like thinking you were going horseback riding and being led around a ring on a pony. A very slow, very cautious, single-file ride along a groomed trail.More

1  Thank TopSkierDad
CdnWilderness, Public Relations Manager at Canadian Wilderness Adventures, responded to this reviewResponded 26 March 2018

Hi TopSkierDad, Thank you for your feedback. Did you take the Callaghan Cruiser Snowmobile Tour per chance? Our tours are based on ability levels, so that one is a beginner / introductory snowmobile tour. The Wilderness Run is our intermediate level, and allows some more...More

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