- C$66 for one summer bobsleigh ride with a professional pilot (C$89 value)
Participants board a bobsleigh for an iceless high-speed cruise down the official Whistler Olympic track with a professional pilot. The experience begins with a preliminary orientation that familiarizes riders with the equipment and the sport itself, as well as teaches riders about the history of the Whistler Sliding Centre as a 2010 Olympic Winter Games venue. Riders then hop inside a sleek bobsleigh with rubber wheels, with the pilot and other passengers. Once everyone is settled in, the vessel races down the track in a single run that reaches speeds up to 80 km/h. View the FAQ and other important information.
####Whistler Sliding Centre Nestled in the Fitzsimmons Valley on the southeast slope of Blackcomb Mountain, the accolades of Whistler Sliding Centre’s facilities speak for themselves. With a 1,450 metre-long competition track, the centre played host to bobsleigh, luge and skeleton competitions during the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games. The high performance sliding sports venue also contains support buildings around the track.
Whistler Sliding Centre
The Whistler Sliding Centre (WSC) is operated by Whistler Sport Legacies, a non-profit organization dedicated to grow sport at three venues: Whistler Olympic Park, the Whistler Sliding Centre, and the Whistler Athletes’ Centre. Each facility plays a unique role in inspiring sport excellence for the benefit of athletes, residents, and visitors. The WSC was the 2010 Olympic Winter Games venue for bobsleigh, skeleton, and luge competitions; and today, is a training and competition venue for sliding sport athletes of all levels. For more information, visit whistlerslidingcentre.com.