GO Fest Sport
GO EnduroCongratulations to Jesse Melamed and Claire Buchar, winners of the GO Enduro
Whistler Valley Trails
New to GO Fest this year, the first leg of the North American Enduro Tour, GO Enduro is a challenging four-stage race through Whistler’s rooty rainforest. Riders will need strong technical skills for this test of their endurance.
GO Fest Jump JamCongratulations to Dennis Langenstam and Trish Bromley winners of the GO Fest Jump Jam
Whistler Dirt Jumps Park
New to GO Fest this year, the GO Fest Jump Jam is the only event on the Freeride Mountain Bike Association World Tour with a category for women. This FMB Bronze Level event will see riders jam on the jumps at the Whistler Dirt Jump Park with finalists selected for a shot at the podium.
The GreatWhistler Valley
Grab your team and sign on for a Classic multisport team relay with six legs, including: ski/snowboard touring and downhill skiing/snowboarding on Whistler Blackcomb, downhill mountain biking in the Whistler Mountain Bike Park, running, canoeing along the River of Golden Dreams, and cross-country biking.
GO Fest Tennis ChampionshipsWhistler Racquet Club and Fairmont Whistler Courts
A rare opportunity to compete in a multi-level event with a $1000 prize on the open. This annual weekend tournament, hosted by the Whistler Tennis Academy, will feature an Open Division of mens and womens singles as well as multiple amateur divisions for both singles and doubles players. Some of the top talent in BC are expected.
DiscGO Disc Golf TournamentWhistler Disc Golf Course
The Whistler Disc Golf Course will play host to DiscGO, a three-round disc golf tournament drawing intermediate, advanced and pro-level players to vie for cash prizes.
GO Sail RegattaAlta Lake
There is no better backdrop to the perfect wind than the towering mountains surrounding Whistler’s Alta Lake. Presented by the Whistler Sailing Association, we hope you'll join us for a one-of-a-kind regatta in one of Whistler's most beautiful venues where the valley wind tunnel makes for great sailing.
The Great Slush CupChickpea Restaurant, Whistler Mtn
It wouldn’t be spring at Whistler Blackcomb without some slush pit action. The Great Slush Cup will challenge competitors to dress to impress and employ all the style and skill they can muster in their attempts to clear a massive slush pit. This fun event will be free for all participants skiing and riding that day, and registration will take place at the event.
Hit the Keg presented by Whistler Brewing CompanyWhistler Golf Club
Saturday, May 16 11:00am–3:00pm
Try to hit the keg at the Whistler Driving Range. With beer kegs assembled on the range in a pyramid shape, participants are challenged to hit the kegs for a chance to win free beer. Just $2 gets you three balls and a selection of clubs. All participants who hit the keg will walk away with a GO Après voucher, redeemable for a Whistler Brewery Company beer or Lonetree Cider at any one of 10 establishments. Participants will also be entered to win lunch for two at Palmer’s Gallery and Grill at the Whistler Golf Club. All proceeds will go to AWARE Whistler. The Whistler Golf Club is at 2001 Whistler Way.
The Great Cheakamus River Extreme Kayak RaceCheakamus River
The legendary Cheakamus River is synonymous with Whistler kayaking. Class 4+, and above, kayakers can test their skills in two stages. The first is a down-river race where each kayaker is timed individually, the second stage, King of the River, will consist of head-to-head knockout races through a 100 to 200 metre section of the hardest rapids in the river.
GO VolleyfestRainbow Park Beach Volleyball Courts
Kick off your shoes and the start of summer at the beach in Rainbow Park. GO Volleyfest includes a King or Queen of the Beach championship event as well as a co-ed four-on-four round robin tournament.
GO Fest Yoga JamSquamish Lillooet Cultural Centre
Monday, May 18 2:00–5:00pm
Come together to bring light and love through an Events for a Cause fundraiser to support the people affected by the Nepal Earthquakes. This inspiring community event is raising funds to help displaced and vulnerable people after the earthquake. Join Erin Anderson for yoga, tunes, draw prizes and surprises—all for a great cause. Donate what you can, it all makes a difference.