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Arrival Information

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We can't wait to see you.

We are excited to provide you with the comforts of home along with the added support and amenities that our legacy venue has to offer. See the information below to ensure a smooth arrival and don't hesitate to approach our team with any questions while you're here.

Hours of Operation & Contact


Contact our team by email or phone (within front desk hours) at 604-964-0052.

Front Desk Hours

Our friendly front desk team is available to assist you 7 days a week from 7:00am to 10:00pm.  Facility access is possible 24/7 with with door code provided at check in.

After Hours Contact

An emergency contact is available after hours. You will receive the phone number at check-in.

Common Rooms Hours

The common rooms are open for guest use from 7:00am to 10:00pm daily.
Quiet Time: Please respect your fellow guests and athletes during quiet time from 10:00pm to 7:00am.

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Check-In/Check-Out Information


Our check-in desk is located at 1080 Legacy Way in the Whistler Athletes’ Centre Lodge. Guaranteed check-in time is 4:00pm on your arrival date.


Check-out time is at 11:00am daily. If you require a later check-out, please visit the Guest Services team the night before your departure to inquire about options. Fees may apply.

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There is limited parking available on-site, with additional parking in Cheakamus Crossing municipal lots.


Please note that pets are not allowed in the Whistler Athletes' Centre Lodge rooms and common areas, with the exception of licensed service animals.

Stay Safe Outdoors

Heading out on the trails/the mountain/into the backcountry? Familiarize yourself with the essentials to be Adventure Smart 

Adventure Smart

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Bears & Wildlife

We are privileged to share our venues with all kinds of wildlife, including bears. Please help us to keep them wild and safe. Never feed them or try to pet or pose for a photo with a wild animal. Dispose of all garbage in the bear-proof bins. Do not disturb wildlife and give them space. If you encounter a bear, stay away. Feeding any wildlife is illegal, and fed animals often pay with their lives as they can lose their fear of humans and become unpredictable. If you want to learn more about bears, the Get Bear Smart Society is a great source. Notify our front desk (phone 604-964-0052) if you have concerns about wildlife/bears on the venue.

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Whistler's climate is fairly moderate because of our proximity to the ocean, which means it does not get too cold in the winter or too hot in the summer (at times we see a short period of -20 C in the village between December and February and some summer days can go up to 30+ C). We are in the mountains, so the weather can change quickly and we get good amounts of precipitation year-round. On top of the mountain, temperatures are usually 7-10 C cooler than in the valley. More weather stats are available here:

Whistler Weather

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What to Pack

Not sure what to pack for clothing? Layers and protective/waterproof shells are locals' favourites pretty much any time of year, plus a toque and gloves for fall, winter and spring (sometimes for summer, too, in case of a Whistler "Junuary" event...). Shoes should have good tread and be waterproof, especially when heading out on the trails.