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Before You Arrive

What to Wear

If you’re new to Whistler, remember we’re in a rapidly changing mountain climate. For outdoor sports in the mountains, it is important to wear clothing that is comfortable, breathable, and weather appropriate. Tours run rain or shine, so we always advise bringing extra layers of clothing. Layering is key.

If it’s a cold morning, start with a lightweight thermal base layer to wick away sweat and help keep your core warm. Choose a top and/or bottom made of synthetic material or merino wool. Then, add a mid layer like a fleece jacket or vest if you like, and on top, wear a waterproof and windproof shell jacket with a hood. This will keep you dry in wet weather and protect you from the wind. Pants should also be waterproof and windproof and should fit snugly at the waist.

Finally, wear gloves, glasses, and hiking boots or shoes that provide a stiff soles if you have them. Make sure you wear a small backpack to store any layers you might add or remove.


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