Skiing in Whistler Mountain, Whistler, British Columbia Canada

If dogs are used:
1.5 m/4 ft long rope
The indescribable Whistler Mountain is located in the southern Pacific Ranges of the Coast Mountains, in the province of British Columbia, at approximately 125 km/78 mi in the north of Vancouver.

This is a mountain in the Fitzsimmons Range on the north western edge of Garibaldi Provincial Park, providing with the best ski terrains. Wonderful snowing slopes and some 10 m/32 ft of annual snowfalls offer you the pleasurable experience of ski joring. Ski joring is a winter, competitive sport in which a dog, a horse or a motor vehicle pulls a person on skis.

In case of a dog being used, there is a 1.5 m/4 ft long rope to connect the skier, who carries poles and three dogs commonly that have the desire to run and obey its owner. Equestrian ski joring needs a trained horse and its rider to pull the skier, who hangs onto a tow rope and carries no poles.

A snowmobile or small motorized vehicle can replace dogs or horse pulling the skier in a similar way to equestrian ski joring, which both reach higher speeds.

How to Get to Destination

BY CAR FROM Vancouver
77.8 mi / 124 km, 1 hr 40 mins
Follow Georgia Street heading west (Hwy 99) through Stanley Park (the Causeway) across the Lions Gate Bridge. As the city splits into North and West Vancouver you want to follow the signs to enter West Vancouver. You will now be on Marine Drive.The first intersection you come to will be Marine Drive and Taylor Way. Stay in the right lane and turn right up Taylor Way towards the mountains. You will pass two sets of lights on Taylor Way-at the third set of lights turn left to connect to Highway 99 to Whistler.
Vancouver International Airport,
83 mi / 135 km


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