Ski Callaghan Park and Whistler Olympic Park are two parts of a nordic ski and snowshoe park (each with their own parking lot) that operate as one. To access the dog friendly snowshoe trails, park at the Ski Callaghan parking lot (the turn off to the parking area is just before the gate to the Whistler Olympic Park). The bonus to this parking lot is there is no charge! To access the Whistler Olympic Park you will be charged $16.00 on top of your Snowshoe fee.
The Ski Callaghan Park has a large number of dog friendly snowshoe trails - our directory lists each one individually and has information on each. Many of the dog friendly trails are off-leash and a few require that your dog be leashed - mind the signs as you are snowshoeing and be sure to stay off the trails where dogs are not allowed.
The area is absolutely beautiful and the trails are well maintained. When we visited Avy enjoyed running on the snow covered trails and the staff were very friendly and helpful.
The parking area has a warming hut with tables and chairs where you can sit and warm up, a snack bar, small shop and information desk where you can purchase your trail pass. When we visited trail passes were $16.00.
Individual Dog Friendly Trails are listed in our directory:
- Alexander Falls Explorer Trail
- Express Trail
- Finger Lakes Trail
- Marley's Meander
- Real Life Trail
- Shuler's Shuffle Trail
- Treasure Trail
- Off-leash trails
- Extra Large
- Picnic tables
- Pit toilets
- Standard garbage cans
- Seasonal trails
- Snowshoeing trails
- Less than 1 kilometer
- Between 1 and 5 kilometers
- Between 5 and 10 kilometers
- Mostly flat
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