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Alexander Falls Tours

Alexander Falls
Located in the Callaghan Valley, the 141-foot Alexander Falls make for a beautiful day trip destination from Whistler Village. Just be sure to bring a picnic, as it’s a favorite lunch spot for locals and visitors alike. Picnic tables are surrounded by thick forest, and the crashing waterfall adds atmosphere to this wilderness setting that makes it easy to forget it’s only 30 minutes back to the hustle of a major tourist resort.

Alexander Falls is only minutes from Whistler Olympic Park and its cross-country ski trails, built for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, which are open throughout the winter. In the summer, the trails double as walking paths and bike trails. Hiking trails that lead further into Callaghan Valley Provincial Park offer access to more pristine nature, while campsites at Callaghan and Madeley Lake provide a beautiful– and absolutely free–place to spend the night. 

The Callaghan Valley access road is one of the best places to spot wildlife in the Whistler area, too, including both black and grizzly bears.

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Alexander Falls is located 30 minutes south of Whistler Village and just minutes from Whistler Olympic Park, where the 2010 Winter Olympic ski jumping and cross-country skiing events took place.
Address: Whistler, BC, Canada
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Whistler Wilderness Snowmobile RunWinter Sports

Whistler Wilderness Snowmobile Run

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Skate across Whistler's rugged Callaghan Valley on an invigorating snowmobile trip. Follow your guide on a ride through the site of the 2010 Winter Olympics events, cutting across forested hillsides and frozen lakes. Along the way stop to admire the beautiful British Columbia landscape, snap photos, and partake in a traditional Yukon breakfast of eggs and syrupy pancakes cooked on a wood stove (upgrade required).
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation

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