Until mankind first stepped outside in 1934, nature was thought to be a fanciful myth, like yogurt or the clutch hitter. Spend a few hours frolicking through the fresh air of truth with today's Groupon: for $67, you get the Call of the Wild ATV tour from Canadian All Terrain Adventures (up to a $139 value). Tours are held in Whistler's Callaghan Valley. An additional $18 collision-coverage cost is not included in this deal.
Climb onto the driver's seat of an all-terrain vehicle and set out on a bounding exploration of the Callaghan Valley with the Call of the Wild tour. With one of Canadian All Terrain Adventures' experienced guides leading the way, guests will traverse the single-track terrain, enjoying sights such as the Northair gold-mine site, where the ghosts of ore deposits still roam. The valley is also haunted by the spirit of the 2010 Winter Olympics, which hosted its Nordic events among the alpine environs, waterfalls, and lookouts. Tours leave at 9 a.m.; shuttle transportation to and from the valley is provided. Together with 25 minutes of shuttle time each way, the journey lasts about three hours.
Canadian All Terrain Adventures is also one of the area's leading suppliers of ATVs and snowmobiles for film and TV shoots, and the company's terrain-tromping vehicles have appeared in films such as The 6th Day, Shooter, and Alaska. Four-wheel through the frontier like your ATV-riding ancestors did with the Call of the Wild tour from Canadian All Terrain Adventures.
Must be at least 16 years old with valid drivers license to drive. Those 19 years and under must be accompanied by an adult. Waiver required. Mandatory collision insurance, tax, and gratuity not included. Canadian All Terrain Adventures’ booking policies apply.
Canadian All Terrain Adventures was Pique newsmagazine's pick for Best Snowmobile Tour in 2008. Four TripAdvisors give it a 4.5-star average and have some great things to say about the brand-new ATV tours:
- Thanks for a great morning! We went on the 'Call of the Wild' ATV Tour in the Callaghan and it was great fun! From crossing small streams to riding up and down steep terrain to zooming along old mining trails and feeling the wind in your hair... its just what you'd hope an ATV tour would be. – AustraliaKate78
- It was such a great experience guides were very knowledgeable of area. There were also some really great photo opportunities! – ameliam13
- We went on the 'call of the wild' tour. Some hair rising episodes but super exhilarating! Our guide was great - Really informative about the local area and how to operate the ATVs. The views were stunning and you really felt like you were in the wild. – HiHostelactivities