Between the majestic mountains, Pemberton Valley Lodge is located just 20 minutes north of Whistler, B.C.

At Pemberton Valley Lodge, you are surrounded by Pemberton’s close-knit, small-town atmosphere and the epic grandeur of B.C.’s Coastal Mountains. Just over two hours away from Vancouver and 20 minutes from Whistler, Pemberton is the starting point for a vast array of adventure from serene to the heart-pounding.

  • World class downhill skiing
  • Hundreds of hiking trails
  • Mountain bike trails
  • Stunning views and an array of wildlife habitats
  • Award-winning golf courses

Skiing / Snowboarding - One of the many things that make Whistler Resort so special is two unbelievable mountains - Whistler and Blackcomb. Side by side, they represent over 8,000 acres of terrain to ski and snowboard, rising a mile above the valley of Whistler. Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains offer unforgettable skiing and snowboarding winter, spring and summer.

WHY SKI OR SNOWBOARD WHISTLER BLACKCOMB? The answer is easy. Whistler Blackcomb offers the greatest vertical/usable terrain for skiing/riding and other winter sports in North America. The Mountains are consistently ranked in the top 5 for North American resorts selected by SKI, SKIING, Powder, and TransWorld Snowboarding magazines. The Mountains offer the best parks & pipes and the largest above-tree-line terrain and bowls in North America. Then there is the long ski season with spring skiing and riding until mid-June. Whistler Blackcomb is the only resort in North America where you can ski or ride on a glacier, right in the heart of the British Columbia mountains.

Parks & Site Seeing - The Coast Mountain Range is the backdrop for a variety of parks and site seeing opportunities in Whistler and Pemberton. Several Provincial Parks and camp grounds, with easy access to both communities, provide access to a wide variety of outdoor facilities such as boating, walking & hiking trails, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, boat launches for power boating, fishing, cycling, mountain biking, site seeing, playground, and much more. The two largest local parks include Garibaldi and Stein Valley. The Stein Valley holds significant importance the local First Nations communities.

WHISTLER - Whistler lies central to Garibaldi, Callaghan Lake, Blackcomb Glacier, and Brandywine Provincial Parks. Explore the hiking and walking trails alone or with a local guide.

PEMBERTON - The Pemberton Valley hosts the Upper Lillooet, Birkenhead Lake, Joffre and Duffey Lake Provincial Parks. Go for a soak in the Meagher Creek Hot Springs in the north western section of the Pemberton Valley or visit the popular Nairn Falls located just minutes south of the Village of Pemberton.

Snowmobiling - Whether you ride on trails or over glaciers, snowmobiling in Whistler and Pemberton is an incredible experience. In a single ride you can climb over 5,000 vertical feet to the Pemberton ice cap and ride over snowcapped glacier fields that span over 150 square miles. Snowmobile on wide open trails to an old BC mining town or climb into the trees and experience riding mountain glades.

WHISTLER - Choose from a variety of recreation operators that provide guided tours with instruction and safety lessons. Whistler has hundreds of miles of wide-open terrain. Hours of uninterrupted and high-powered snowmobiling fun that can’t be compared.

PEMBERTON - The Pemberton Ice Fields rise from Pemberton Valley floor offering local and visiting snowmobilers an incredible playground. Pemberton is a snowmobilers’ paradise with the hot springs and Ice Fields to the West, the Callaghan Valley and Mt. Garibaldi to the South, and the hamlet of Gold Bridge to the north.

  • Totally Awesome Adventures
  • Cougar Mountain at Whistler

Horseback Riding - If you are a horse lover you’ll feel right at home in Whistler and Pemberton. Pemberton proudly boasts of having more horses per capita than any other area in British Columbia. Both Whistler and Pemberton offer miles and miles of horse trails, guided tours, and complete outfitting for the new or experienced rider.

  • Adventure Ranch
  • Pemberton Stables

A number of lakes cater to those who enjoy fly-fishing. These include Blackwater Lake, Gates Lake, the Joffrey Lakes and all the alpine lakes such as Tanquille, Ogre, Owl, Fowl, Chain and Ivey in the Pemberton Valley.

Heli-fishing tours are available out of Whistler and Pemberton. Whistler's Cougar Mountain retail shop and Pemberton’s Spud Valley sports supply store are great places to find local insider fishing information.

Fly or spin fish in some of the most spectacular wilderness settings anywhere for Trout, Salmon and Steelhead. From remote alpine lakes to crystal clear mountain rivers, the Whistler and Pemberton area has an abundance of fishing opportunities.

A number of lakes cater to those who enjoy fly-fishing. These include Blackwater Lake, Gates Lake, the Joffrey Lakes and all the alpine lakes such as Tanquille, Ogre, Owl, Fowl, Chain and Ivey in the Pemberton Valley.

Heli-fishing tours are available out of Whistler and Pemberton. Whistler's Cougar Mountain retail shop and Pemberton’s Spud Valley sports supply store are great places to find local insider fishing information.

  • Valley Fishing Guides
  • Spud Valley Sports
  • Pemberton Fish Finder

Water Activities - Whistler and Pemberton’s lakes and rivers provide a variety of water activities. Rafting, canoeing, kayaking, jet boating, power boating, wake boarding, water skiing, windsurfing – all available in Whistler and Pemberton.

WHISTLER - Get your heart pumping with a rafting adventure along the Green River, float your cares away tubing down the River of Golden Dreams, or open the throttle of our power boat on Green Lake. Whistler’s numerous parks offer plenty of sand beaches plus swimming, beach volleyball courts, and BBQ sites.

PEMBERTON - Canoe the Lillooet River as it strongly meanders through the Pemberton Valley or thrash through the waves by jet boat. There’s no shortage of water activities in Pemberton. The community also home to champion Dragon Boat teams who train on Pemberton’s One Mail Lake. Anderson Lake, north of Pemberton Village, is a popular spot for power boating and water skiing.

  • Whistler Parks & Recreation
  • Pemberton Parks & Recreation
  • Adventure Ranch
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