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Whether you have years of ice climbing experience or have never climbed before this tour is for you! Experience the thrill of ice climbing tours while you move safely up a frozen waterfall using ice axes and crampons. No climbing experience is required, we’ll show you how.


  • Experiencing the thrill of ice climbing with different outdoor climbing locations
  • Learning to climb mesmerizing ice formations – all the way up to the top of a frozen waterfall
  • A great adventure tour for solo travelers, adventure enthusiasts, families, and groups seeking a great outdoor adventure
  • Featuring different levels – depending on your climbing skills and experience level

Whether you are completely new to ice climbing or have several years of experience, this unique climbing adventure is perfect for adventurous spirits. With this tour, you get to experience the thrill of ice climbing and get the opportunity to safely climb up a frozen waterfall with the help of crampons and ice axes. The best thing about this adventure tour is that no prior experience in ice climbing is needed.  

The entire fun-filled day tour has been designed to introduce beginners to the thrill of ice climbing. However, the customizable tour is well-suited for seasoned climbers as well. With this tour, our team of professional and well-trained guides will set everything up for your adventure. All you are required to do is to follow their instructions, climb up the frozen waterfall using the necessary equipment, and have a blast! This unique adventure is the perfect outdoor activity for curious newbies and seasoned climbers alike.

  • Personal Experience
  • Trusted Tour Operator
  • Small group
  • Expert guides
Availability May - Oct
Duration 8 hours
Departs From Whistler
Difficulty Easy Suitable for most people in fair condition.
Meet on Location Yes
Pick Up No


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What's included


  • All climbing equipment:
  • Climbing shoes
  • Harness
  • Helmet
  • Belay device
  • Locking carabiner
  • Chalk bag
  • Rope
  • Anchor building equipment

What to bring

  • Skis or snowboard (only for Blackcomb climbing site)
  • Ski boots, snowboard boots (they work well for climbing ice)
  • Warm clothing (wool/synthetic recommended)
  • Warm socks (wool/synthetic recommended)
  • Insulating jacket (down or similar)
  • Shell jacket (Gore-tex or similar)
  • Shell trousers
  • Warm gloves and shell gloves
  • Snacks/Lunch
  • Water
  • Sunscreen
  • Warm hat
  • Sunglasses

Not Included

  • Lunch
  • Transportation



ice climbing in blackcomb whistler

With this tour, you can be prepared for a full day of amazing ice climbing experiences in Whistler. The tour is categorized into different levels – depending on the overall experience and difficulty points.

Beginners: Newbie climbers are introduced to the concept of ice climbing across Whistler by our experienced guide. We make use of smaller and easier walls to scale. The entire activity is relatively simple and can be enjoyed by individuals who are moderately fit. 

Intermediate to Advanced: The climbers who are more experienced are guided across some of the finest and the most adventurous ice climbing tracks that match the respective abilities of the climbers. All climbing activities are conducted under the expert guidance of our professional ACMG guide.

With our climbing tours, there is no requirement of prior climbing experience. All necessary ice climbing equipment is provided with this tour package. With us, you’ll get the opportunity to experience an outdoor adventure like never before under the supervision of a professional and well-trained guide. 

The ice climbing session will be conducted on the famous Blackcomb Mountain’s frozen waterfall. This requires access with the help of the gondola. To climb Blackcomb Mountain, you are required to be at least an intermediate-level climber, snowboarder, or skier. There are several other preferred locations across Whistler that might not require skiing. Ultimately, it depends on the ice conditions on the day of your tour.