Rock Climbing Whistler
Full Day: $199 per person
Half Day: $139 per person
Whistler offers some of the best single pitch rock climbing, and it can be yours to discover with the help of one of our certified rock guides!
Duration: Half & Full Day
Enjoy a full or half of day rock climbing at one of our fantastic local climbing crags, with some of the best single pitch routes the area has to offer. Our experienced guides will set everything up and provide helpful advice along the way. All you have to do is climb! There are a variety of climbs to suit your abilities and desires.
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Whether you are new to rock climbing or an experienced climber visiting the area, you will have your own professional climbing guide for you or your group.
Your guide will introduce you to the local rock climbing crags of Whistler, climbing some of the best single pitch routes the area has to offer. There are a variety of climbs to suit everyone’s abilities and desires. No experience necessary.
This excursion consists of single pitch top-rope rock climbing. We can choose from a wide variety of climbs from very easy all the way up to very challenging routes. Our experienced rock guides will set everything up and provide helpful advice along the way. All you have to do is climb!
We strongly recommend you follow up this day tour with one of our Rock Climbing Courses
Full Day Adventure
Adventure Check In:
8:30am tours meet their guide at 8:15 am at the Mountain Skills Academy Office in Marketplace. We are located on the 1st floor of the building (above Dominos)
Half Day Adventure
Adventure Check In:
8:30am & 1:30pm tours meet their guide at 8:15 am at the Mountain Skills Academy Office in Marketplace. We are located on the 1st floor of the building (above Dominos)
At the office you will meet your guide for the day, sign waiver, grab all your climbing gear and discuss the outlook for the day.
Next you will then drive to the climbing area and enjoy your day of climbing!
All climbing equipment is included.
- Climbing pants (light pants that allow maximum mobility)
- Tee shirt
- 2 Mid layer fleece or wool top
- Weatherproof shell jacket
- Down or synthetic insulating “puffy” jacket
- Warm hat
- Light gloves
- Sunglasses and sunscreen
- Approach shoes
- Daypack 25-35L
Rock Climbing Equipment – Included
- Rock climbing shoes
- Belay device
- Locking carabiner
- Chalk bag
- Anchor building equipment
The above individual climbing equipment, as well as all group climbing equipment, will be brought by your guide.
If you own your own equipment and choose to use it please let us know in advance.
Weather conditions here are constantly changing. Plan ahead, look at the weather forecast, and prepare for the potential weather conditions. Consider that when you are not climbing you can cool down quickly, so bringing layers is a good plan.