7 Exhilarating, Inspiring & Relaxing Things To In Whistler In February

1. Bobseld The Fastest Olympic Track In The World

Guides: Whistler Sport Legacies Bobseld Training Staff
Who For: Everyone. Hop into a 4-person bobsled and take an adrenaline-fueled ride down the world’s fastest track. With guidance from a trained bobsleigh pilot (and reassurance from the detailed safety briefing), you and your team will coast through 10 twists and turns at speeds of 125+ km/hr and feel the acceleration of up to 4 G forces as you reach the track’s final and famous Thunderbird Corner.

How Much: $169. Includes guide, equipment, and training.

More info and to book your olympic bobsled experience: http://www.whistlersportlegacies.com/activities/bobsleigh

2. Guided Whistler Backcountry Expedition

Guides: Mountain Skills Academy & Adventures
Who For: Leave the lift lines behind this winter on a guided backcountry ski touring/splitboard day tours! Enjoy awesome backcountry skiing and splitboarding around Whistler Blackcomb or Sea to Sky area.

This trip can be tailored for all levels of backcountry experience. You’ll just need a good level of fitness and intermediate skiing or riding ability.

How Much: $225. Includes guide, equipment, and training.

More info and to book this guided Whistler backcountry expedition: http://bit.ly/WhistlerBackcountryTour

3. Bungee Jump Into A Frozen Gorge

Guides: Whistler Bungee
Who For: Whether you jump on your own, tandem, or in a wheelchair, Whistler Bungee will give you an unforgettable experience for adrenaline seekers of all ages.

Often voted by Whistler locals as the most extreme activity in Whistler, Whistler Bungee provides an exhilarating, adrenaline filled rush that no other activity can compare to. Whistler Bungee gives thrill seekers an unforgettable experience by jumping 160ft (50 meters) over the glacial fed Cheakamus River.

How Much: $130 or $80 for Whistler Bungee Members

More info and to book your Whistler Bungee jump: http://whistlerbungee.com

4. Unwind Amongst The Pines

Location: Scandinave Spa
Who For: Anyone with achy muscles after a long few days of skiing powder. Widely recognized for their energizing and relaxing effects, the Scandinavian baths, also known as hydrotherapy are associated with many benefits. In addition to cleansing the body, they stimulate blood circulation and the release of endorphins. All of the senses are awakened; muscles are soothed; a general sensation of well-being washes over you as you relax with a panoramic view of Rainbow Mountain.

How Much: $60 for access to the baths. Massages and treatments are separate.

More info and to book your bath tickets:  http://www.scandinave.com/en/whistler/

5. Explore An Ancient Frozen Glacial Cave

Guide: You
Who For:  Glacier caves are formed by glacial melt water running through or under the glacier. The water often originates from the surface entering the glacier by crevasses or moulin and then finally exiting at ground level. Carving away at the ice as it goes. Please obey all ski patrol and mountain signs. Glacier are constantly shifting and the signs are there for your safety.

How Much: Free. You just need a Whistler Blackcomb lift pass to gain access to Blackcomb Glacier. The glacier cave is about two-thirds of the way down Blackcomb Glacier and can easily be seen from the run. Blackcomb Glacier is a black diamond area and intermediate skiing or riding ability is essential to get to the location.

More info and photos from the glacier cave: http://bit.ly/glaciercavewhistler & http://bit.ly/blackcombglaciercave

6.  Get High (on life & adrenaline) In The Forest

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Guides: Ziptrek Ecotours
Who For:  Go big or go home. With 10 ziplines spanning between Whistler and Blackcomb, 8 treetop bridges in a 4.5 hour adventure through the mountains, The Mammoth zipline tour is perfect for those who have an enlarged appetite for adventure and exhilaration.

How Much: $199 adults, $179 for 6 – 14 and 65+.

More info and to book the Mammoth zipline tour: http://www.ziptrek.com/en/whistler-canada/tours/ziptrek-mammoth-tour

7. Lose Your Senses In A Weightless Pod Of Tranquility

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Guide: West Coast Float staff (and your mind)
Who For:  Anyone looking to unplug and unwind from the subconscious, everyday stresses and stimulus. Floating is excellent for people who suffer from migraines and headaches, mild depression, or who are recovering from concussion or physical injury. Floating screens out external physical stimuli, creating a pure state of “sensory” relaxation. Under these unique conditions, your body has a chance to restore its natural powers of self-regulation, while you simply lie back and rediscover the pleasure of a deeply relaxed mind.

How Much: $90 for a single person float, and $165 for the two person float. Packages can be bought for frequent floaters. All floats are 90 minutes.

More info and to book your ice climbing experience: http://www.westcoastfloat.com