Participants in Go Pac Golf tours may bring non-golfing guests or family members with them on the tour.
Depending on age, fitness levels, abilities and interests, GPG can coordinate activities for the non-golfing guests.
Price will vary slightly depending on the activities chosen.
Activities may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Whistler Mountain is the perfect launching point for a range of alpine day hikes.
For more about alpine hiking in Whistler, CLICK HERE
Two distinct First Nations peoples have coexisted in the Whistler area for thousands of years living in close harmony with the abundant waters and lands. Although their lifestyle is now integrated into Canadian society, their strong traditions, art and spiritual ways are evident and maintained in these more modern times. We have selected some galleries and museums in the area to allow you to learn and experience the magic of Canada’s first inhabitants.
Visit Whistler's numerous galleries and museums that focus on First Nations culture:
Whistler Inuit Art Gallery featuring Inuit Sculpture and Painting.
Black Tusk Gallery North West Coast Native Arts
For more information on the Black Tusk Gallery, CLICK HERE
The Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre
The Squamish and Lil’wat Nations have built a cultural centre to house and showcase their art, history and culture.
Guided tour of this incredible facility.
For more about the cultural centre, CLICK HERE
Experienced guides will lead you on a tour of Whistler’s geological and ecological wonders. The effects of climate change in the area will be explored. Tours will be light to moderate in physical effort and will include an indoor presentation as well as a trip across the PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola.
For more on this program, CLICK HERE
Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains are home to bears and cubs that live and hibernate within ski area habitats. You will travel in a comfortable 4x4 vehicle through a maze of ski area roads to witness the life of this spectacular species.
For more on bear spotting, CLICK HERE
Whistler is home to world-class parks and trails. On this outing you will cycle or walk right from the hotel along paved trails to Lost Lake. The loop around lost lake is both an easy loop and a very scenic one.
For more on walking and biking around Whistler, CLICK HERE
One of Whistler’s most spectacular waterfalls is Alexander Falls, located in the Callaghan Valley region near the area where the 2010 Olympic Nordic events took place. The drive up to the falls is amazing and bear sightings are very common along the road.
For more about Alexander Falls, CLICK HERE
Shopping in Whistler village is an adventure in and of itself. With the assistance of your GPG guide and translator, you will enjoy it even more.
For more on Whistler Village, CLICK HERE
Enjoy an afternoon at one of BC’s best spas that happens to be right at the resort that you are staying at. The Four Seasons Whistler.
For more on the Spa at the Four Seasons Whistler, CLICK HERE
Go Pac Golf can arrange a fitness/yoga program for the non golfing guests.
Enjoy this Upper Village Stroll at the base of Blackcomb Mountain where local artisans and farms share their unique goods.
For more on the Whistler Farmers Market, CLICK HERE