Fun Things to Do in Whistler this February
February is a time for celebration in Whistler!
There are plenty of reasons to celebrate in the snow this winter. From the celebration of the 35th anniversary of the Peak to Valley Race to the Sixth Annual Cypress Point Winter Carnival and the P’ayakentsut Cross Country Ski Loppet.
Check out some of these fantastic upcoming events below!
Rogers Hometown Hockey in Whistler
February 9-10, 2019
Enjoy live music, games, and more at Rogers Hometown Hockey in Whistler this February. Bring out the family to meet Ron MacLean, Tara Slone, NHL alumni and celebrate the great Canadian game of hockey in the mountains! Head over to the Whistler Olympic Plaza 3 pm to kick off the event with the Parade of Champions!
Sixth Annual Cypress Point Winter Carnival
February 17, 2019
Enjoy a day of winter fun at the 6th annual Cypress Point Winter Carnival. Hosted by The Point Artist-Run Centre, there are tons of fun winter activities and entertainment for the whole family to take part in. All ages can enjoy activities during the daytime events from 12 - 4 pm, including; snow and ice sculpting competitions, children’s games, a dance party, hot food and drinks, ice bar, live painting, music, prizes, campfire sing-a-longs, hockey on the lake (ice permitting), and more.
The evening includes a live art auction and dinner accompanied by a performance by, Canadian Juno and Polaris Prize nominee, Danny Michel and Squamish singer-songwriter Will Ross. Doors and cash bar open at 6 pm with live music at 7 pm.
Peak to Valley Race 35th Anniversary
February 22 - 23, 2019
Come out and celebrate the 35th anniversary of Whistler’s Peak to Valley Race. This unique race, presented by Jackson-Triggs, is a long-standing Whistler Mountain event and also the longest giant slalom race of its kind on the planet. Watch teams of four race down Whistler Mountain, or challenge yourself a sign-up for the race!
Coast Outdoors P’ayakentsut Cross Country Ski Loppet
February 23, 2019
British Columbia’s largest cross-country and family-friendly event, the Coast Outdoors P’ayakentsut Cross Country Ski Loppet, returns to the Whistler Olympic Park this winter. Come out to the Callaghan Valley to enjoy activities for both children and adults. Plus, there’s a free technique race which allows participants to skate 15 km, 30 km, or 50 km courses.