Whistler and Blackcomb Mountain’s ski areas hemlock cedar forests are home to approximately 50 black bears.
Explore this beautiful area from May to October with world-renown bear expert Micheal Allen. Allen has over 20 years experience studying black bears. You will be taken to visit active bear dens, daybeds and feeding sites with a backdrop of glacial peaks and breath taking sunsets.
Whistler Bear Tour Tips
- Dress in layers and appropriate clothing for the time of year
- Don’t forget your camera
- Groups are limited to 3-6 people per tour unless special arrangements are made
- Be at the Wizard Express chairlift 15 minutes before your tour time
- Hiking boots are recommended
Get Bear Smart!
Whistler is bear country. The good news… bears and people can con-exist. Learn about how best to be prepared for the front and back-country to make your wilderness experience the best it can be.
If you enter bear country get educated. Follow best practices which include the proper management of food and garbage plus appropriate interaction if you encounter a bear.
Visit the Bear Smart website for more information.
Ready to experience the awesome wildlife of British Columbia?
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Contact our staff to find out more information about Whistler site seeing packages.