Canada's Leading Mountain School
Trip Scrambling Tour
Duration 4 hours
Ability Beginner to Advanced
Prerequisites No previous experience necessary
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Location Top of Whistler Mountain
Fitness Moderate
Trip Cost Adult @ $89, Youth @ $69, Family @ $279,

Scrambling Tour


Scrambling is adventurous hiking involving both the hands and feet to negotiate the terrain.

Here you will scramble your way up to the 2160m summit of Whistler Peak along an exhilirating and scenic route. You will pass at least 2 large snow fields as well as 2 glaciers. There are distinct areas along the ridge where you will be short-roped by your guide and there are even a few short rock-climbing sections complete with a safe belay. Once you reach the top you can soak in the 360 degrees of surreal panorama.

This Scramble combines all the elements of a small-scale classic mountaineering route!

Scrambling does not require any special skills or prior experience. This thrilling activity is not reserved for seasoned mountain climbers - any reasonably fit hiker can do it! As with all activities in the beautiful Canadian Alpine each day is subject to varying mountain conditions - ask our staff what the mountain has in store for you and your visit!


Offered Daily: June - October

$89.00 - Adult

$69.00 - Youth (18 and under)

$279.00 - Family (2 adults, 2 youth)

A lift ticket for Whistler Mountain is required for this tour. Peak 2 Peak lift tickets are available for purchase through our office at the following rates:
$52.95 - Adult (ages 19 - 64)
$45.95 - Youth or Senior (ages 13 - 18 or 65+)

Glacier travel and climbing equipment


Top of Whistler Mountain

4 hours (Round trip from Whistler Roundhouse)
9:00am, 10:30am and 12:30pm daily. 2:30pm departure is available Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Please check in at our mountain top office 15 minutes prior to your scheduled tour time.

*Please note that the Whistler Gondola does get very busy and plan accordingly.


If you enjoy scrambling be sure to try our Via Ferrata or take advantage of the west-coast granite on a guided Rock Tour!