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Crystal Hut Fondue by Snowmobile

Highlights
  • Snowmobile tour through natural landscapes inaccessible on foot
  • Go with a guide: Avoid the stress of navigating alone after dark
  • Fondue dinner at a rustic log cabin perched on Blackcomb Mountain
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Crystal Hut Fondue by Snowmobile
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Fondue - Snowmobile Double
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Two people sharing one snowmobile. All driver's must be 19 years or older with a full valid driver's license from their country of residence. Passengers must be 10 years or older.
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Fondue - Snowmobile Single
All driver's must be 19 years or older with a full valid driver's license to drive.
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Overview

Dine in a rustic cabin far from the bustle of Whistler Village on an evening snowmobile tour through British Columbia's backcountry. A guide ensures you don’t get lost after the sun sets, and points out mountain views that many visitors never have the chance to see. On arrival at the cabin, enjoy a local interpretation of a traditional fondue dinner, paired with wine, dessert, and live entertainment.

What to Expect

Board your snowmobile at Carleton Lodge in Whistler Village. Your destination is a rustic log cabin perched at 6,000 feet atop Blackcomb Mountain.

Over the course of the evening, enjoy live entertainment as you tuck into a 2-course fondue dinner paired with wine. Following dessert, savor panoramic views of the Coastal Mountain Range and see the glimmering lights of Whistler Village from a new perspective.

On your descent back into the valley, admire secluded natural landscapes that most visitors never have the chance to see. Your tour ends on arrival at Carleton Lodge.

Reviews (26)
1 - 5 of 26 reviews
Reviewed April 16, 2018
Wonderful experience!

We saw this trip on the Whistler website and we were very interested. We thought the cost was a bit steep, but after reading the great reviews, we booked it. This was worth every penny! We had never snowmobiled before and the rest of our...More

Date of experience: April 2018
2  Thank manear843
Reviewed April 15, 2018
A seat at Crystal Hut? What else do you want?

Tough sledding, Alex was so patient and encouraging, I think we all felt like we'd learned a lot whether it was our first or 50th time on a sled. A light snow was falling when got up there, six couples plus a table of 12...More

Date of experience: April 2018
Thank Murray L
Reviewed March 27, 2018 via mobile
Snow mobile fun

This is a great thing to do with family and friends. We had a great time, the boys drove whilst the girls were passengers and they loved it. No one had driven a snow mobile before, but they had mastered it by the end of...More

1  Thank ADB_and_RDB
Reviewed March 24, 2018 via mobile
Very nice snowmobile tour with Dan the Man

I am definitely a bit of the scared type and suck at all speed sports but the snowmobile tour with Dan the Man last night was super memorable. I rode as a passenger with my boyfriend and it was a bit bumpy- we almost tipped...More

Thank Kate G
Reviewed March 24, 2018
Amazing experience!

My husband and I had an amazing time on the snowshoe fondue trip! We hadn't been on a snowmobile before and we were surprised at how fun it was, and how much time we got to spend on the snowmobiles. There were about 30 or...More

Date of experience: March 2018
Thank Foreverliz10
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