Guide Team

Sonja Lyttek 778 872 8000
Jenn Walczyk 604 935 4880
Jimmy Simpson 604 902 4002
Kristy Mitchell 604 902 3931
Leeanne Fitzpatrick 604 905 8108
Anne Marie 778 960 5150
Tamara Lashley 604 698 7600
Luke Mortner 604 907 1157
Mike Odendaal 604 992 5976
Bria Darlington 604 849 2599
Jillian Van Der Geest 250 580 3654
Madison Perry 778 919 7653
Chantal Milan 604 966 1172
Nikki Beaufoy 604 907 3888
Keshena Grant 604 754 2117
Melody Hirst 514 577 0700
Tina MacDonald 604 902 7422

Guide Training Videos


Finer Things Dinner Tour
Hidden Gems Dinner Tour
Lunch Tour
Dessert Tour

Interesting Notes for Tours


Peak 2 Peak Gondola
  • Built in 2008
  • Holds the record for worlds longest and highest unsupported cable care (4.4 km/ 2.73 miles)
  • Holds Guinness World Records
  • Longest unsupported span for a lift (3.024 km/ 1.88 miles)
  • Highest lift with a high of 436m/ 1,427 ft

Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort Statistics
  • Whistler - Longest run 11km/7 miles Burnt Stew down Green Line and Upper to lower Olympic
  • Whistler - Opened in 1966
  • Blackcomb - Longest run 11 kilometers / 7 miles Green Road down Easy Out
  • Blackcomb - Opened in 1980
  • 50 black bears living on both mountains

Whistler mountain was originally known as London mountain from low lying fog that surrounded its base. Was later renamed Whistler because of the whistling noises that the hoary marmot makes that lives on the mountain.


Although Whistler’s permanent population is less than 10,000 people it can accommodate over 35,000 overnight visitors and houses about 2,500 seasonal residents. During peak season over 50,000 people share the town.


Whistler resort was developed with the intention of hosting the 1968 Winter Olympics making them the first resort municipality in Canada in 1975.