10 FREE Winter Activities

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It’s no secret that vacations can be expensive. The cost of transportation, accommodations, and things to do can quickly add up. So to stay within your budget while still maximizing your experience, it’s nice to have a few no-cost options to choose from. To help you start saving, we’ve rounded up free and fun winter […]

Your Whistler Reservations Experience

Booking a vacation can be a stressful process. Figuring out transportation, where to stay, and what to do requires research and time, which many of us don’t have a lot of. At Whistler Reservations, we pride ourselves on being the creators of the perfect Whistler vacation, right from the moment your plane lands to the […]

Cross-Country Skiing Adventure

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The time has come to trade your alpine skis in for the skinnier variety, cross-country skis that is! Whistler is surrounded by Nordic ski trails. Some are located in Lost Lake, while others are out in the Callaghan Valley. Regardless of where you decide to go, cross-country skiing is an enjoyable way to explore the mountains […]

New To The WSSF: The Extreme Couloir Ski Race

The World Ski And Snowboard Festival has returned to Whistler, taking place from April 10th-15th. During this time, events featuring music, art, and skiing will take over the resort. What’s new on the usual list of things to do, is the addition of the infamous big mountain ski race, Couloir Extreme. The race has a […]

Whistler Pride and Ski Festival

Whistler Pride

From January 21st-28th, Whistler Village will be hosting the 26th annual Whistler Pride and Ski Festival. Since Whistler is a huge advocate for inclusivity, this festival is dear to our hearts and we can’t wait to celebrate diversity. Named the No. 1 LBGTQ winter event by gaytravel.com, you’re not going to want to miss the […]

2018 New Year’s Ski Resolutions

As December comes to a close and the New Year looms, it’s time to start making a few resolutions. While many of us turn to creating goals that aim to improve health or habits, we at Whistler Reservations are all about making our ski season as good as it can possibly be! And so, this […]

Family Friendly New Year’s Ideas

New Years

Whistler is gearing up to ring in New Year’s Eve 2018 and as one might expect, there is definitely no shortage of New Year’s Eve parties in and around town. Everything from elaborate dinner parties to evenings filled with dancing and champagne are set to take place on the last day of the month. But sometimes, […]

Make Skiing On Christmas Day A New Tradition

The word tradition isn’t about the new, it’s about maintaining information that is passed down from generation to generation. But sometimes, throwing in something fresh can be a good way to spice things up, expecially if your traditions are beginning to be more work than fun. This doesn’t necessarily mean you have to break the […]

Feelin’ Christmassy In Whistler

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We’re all dreaming of a white Christmas and that’s usually because snow makes us feel festive. But in Whistler, a white Christmas is the norm so how do we go about creating those same joyful feelings that the sight of snow brings about? Well, in addition to there being a ton of holiday activities to join […]

Whistler’s Secret Powder Stashes

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Here in Whistler, a powder day is as good as gold. It’s the reason many alarms get set before dawn, that skis are tuned tirelessly, and that gortex is considered a best friend. But a big part of its pricelessness is that we all know how fast it can change. Sometimes the weather can be […]

The Right Gear For Whistler

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You may think that any old ski jacket will do the trick or that old pair of snow pants will hold up through the next week of skiing but we have news for you, Whistler has a variety of conditions and some of which, can change in the blink of an eye. This means that […]

Whistler’s EPIC Powder Filled Opening Weekend

Every year, we watch and wait patiently for Whistler Blackcomb to release when it will be opening for the winter season. This year, the date was set for November 23rd. But due to a slew of storms that hammered the pacific north west, Whistler Mountain opened for the 2017/18 winter season ahead of schedule. As […]

5 Places To Enjoy A Glass Of Bubbly

Champagne is often associated with a celebration but if you’re in the mountains, then that is reason enough to break out the bubbly. The very definition of the drinks name is cheerful and we would like to encourage that cheer through a toast after a day on the hill, a successful first zipline or even […]

What You Need To Know About Healthcare In Whistler

No one plans on having an accident or getting sick when on vacation but naturally, it can happen. What’s more, with engaging in action sports, there is a higher than average risk of injury. What you can do is be well informed and well prepared for an emergency situation should one occur. There are many […]

5 Very Whistler Halloween Costumes

Boo! Did we scare you? It’s that time of year when all the spooky ghouls and goblins take over the village! But what if you’re traveling and didn’t pack a costume to wear? Don’t worry, there are a number of places to either pick up a costume or make your own. And once you have […]

3 Things You Can Learn In Whistler

Vast landscapes and activities that cannot be done elsewhere are found in the mountains. And with the freshness of the endless things to do, there is an opportunity to learn. Many travel to Whistler with goals in mind: To ride a certain trail or ski a particular run. And the high skill set that occurs […]

Quiz: Where To Get Cozy In Whistler

There are a few things that fall entails- colorful leaves, sweater weather and getting cozy! Warming up from the cool autumn air is crucial, especially with all the outdoor activities there are in Whistler. To avoid catching a chill, it’s good to have a plan of action in place. But how do you know where […]

The 6 Most Instagrammable Places In Whistler

Scroll through Instagram and you can see right before you eyes, that Whistler is filled with moments to be captured. The mountains, activities and food make perfect pictures that you can look back on to easily remember your trip. What’s even better, is those oh-so quintessential Whistler snaps that show friends and family back home […]

Fall ATV Adventure

For many, fall signals the bittersweet end to the action-packed summer season. Brisk days, cozy nights and indoor activities become the norm as the season progresses. This holds true for many but not for those in Whistler since autumn is home to some of the best conditions for adventure! The seasonal offerings include mild temperatures, […]

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