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Bear Viewing

Whistler to Whistler
From USD$162 per person
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Tour Code: YWSWBBVT Departs Whistler: May 15 - May 31 Daily @ 7.30am, 6.00pm Jun 01 - Jul 15 Daily @ 7.30am, 12.00pm, 6.00pm Jun 16 - Aug 14 Daily @ 7.30am, 6.00pm Aug 15 - Sep 14 Daily @ 7.30am, 12.00pm, 5.00pm Sep 15 - Sep 30 Daily @ 7.30am, 12.00pm, 4.00pm Oct 01 - Oct 15 Daily @ 7.30am, 2.00pm


All pricing is in United States of America USD$


15 May - 30 Jun, 2019
01 Jul - 31 Aug, 2019
01 Sep - 15 Oct, 2019



Prices are per person and include all taxes. Minimum age 9 yrs.

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Consider this tour your opportunity to experience the wildlife, vegetation, glaciers, and rainforests of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains.


Visit bear dens and wander through pristine alpine meadows and old growth Western Hemlock forests.

 Learn how conservation and enhancement initiatives help to sustain healthy populations, and how mountain resorts are continually redesigning recreational experiences to ensure a sustainable future.

Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains are home to up to 60 black bears and cubs that have adapted to feeding, mating, and hibernating within ski area habitats. This is the only population of black bears in B. C. that has been studied for over two decades. Travel in a comfortable 4x4 vehicle through a maze of ski area roads that traverse the largest concentration of mother bear ranges in the region. Bear feeding patterns shift from valley bottom to higher mountain elevations as the summer continues, and the tours follow this progression allowing access these hidden scenic alpine ecosystems and natural habitats any time of the summer. Take an even closer look with short walks to bear feeding sites and bear family daybeds, and wander through old growth forests where bears have hibernated through many winters. Your experienced guide boasts a wealth of knowledge of Whistler’s flora and fauna, ecology and bear biology for a truly incredible outdoor learning experience.