Whistler Sport Legacies is a not-for-profit organization that honours the spirit of sport from the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. On June 1, 2010, WSL became responsible for the operation of the Whistler Sliding Centre, Whistler Olympic Park and the Whistler Athletes’ Centre to provide active, accessible and safe opportunities for people of all ages and abilities.
WSL believes the pursuit of sport is a catalyst for individual and community development, and we are committed to supporting athletic excellence, teamwork, respect and empowerment through sport. From playgrounds to podiums, WSL encourages the public to explore sports on a recreational level and provides world-class facilities for athletes to discover, develop and excel in their disciplines.
Considered a true local’s mountain, this family-owned ski destination is the antithesis of the sprawling, corporatized resort. Boasting some of the most extreme snowfall on the continent, it once set the record for the most snowfall in one season: 1,140 inches, or 95 feet of snow. Great backcountry skiing, cross-country trails, and a deeply ingrained snowboarding culture continue to attract die-hards.
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.
When it comes to winter sports, Mt. Seymour doesn’t discriminate. Skiers can speed down slopes that see more than 1,000cm of snow in an average year, then zip back to the top of the runs on a quad chair lift that reduces travel time from 12 minutes to 4 minutes. Elsewhere, Seymour Park dares snowboarders to tackle the 30 trick features of its well-lit terrain. Soar across two jumps and grind on a 30' single rail.
Vancouver's Grouse Mountain is the great place for a sports fan to spend a Saturday, or any day for that matter.
Be sure to visit the restaurant at this club for a delicious meal.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Grouse Mountain is a place you'll love to visit, so don't wait around, give them a call today!
Whistler's Whistler Sport Legacies is the great place for a sports fan to spend a Saturday, or any day for that matter.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
So if you're looking for a fun time, make plans to visit Whistler Sport Legacies.