By the time July rolls around, summer in Whistler is in full swing. The temperatures are just right, the lake is warm enough to swim in, and there are so many things to do, you might just have to extend your stay. Here are the 10 best July activities for a summer you won’t forget!
Peak Suspension Bridge
The brand new Peak Suspension Bridge is finally open. This new way to enjoy the sights of Whistler Blackcomb and the surrounding mountains is 427 feet of adrenaline!
July is when most of the alpine trails are open for hiking. Check out the world-class Decker loop on Whistler Mountain or the historic Spearhead Traverse on Blackcomb Mountain.
Feel the warm summer wind on your face as you soar through the trees while on a ZipTrek zipline adventure.
Whistler Farmer’s Market
Every Wednesday evening, Saturday and Sunday, the Whistler Farmer’s Market takes place in Upper Village. In addition to artisan goods, tasty food, and live music, there is a kids zone filled with fun activities.
The Audain Art Museum Museum
For summer, the Audain Art Museum launched POP, the latest exhibition of modern art. It features the work of Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg, and Andy Warhol among others.
Whistler has four award-winning golf courses all within in proximity to one another. These courses are some of the most beautiful in the world and July is the perfect time to experience them in all their beauty.
Sundays at the Point
From July 1st to September 2nd, every Sunday at the Heritage Lodge and Cypress Point Cafe, there is live music on the back porch, an art show inside, Bocce, and swimming from the dock.
Top Of The World Biking
While a date has not been set for the Top Of The World Bike Trail to open, it is well known that the trail generally opens sometime in July, depending on snowmelt. This trail takes you through the Peak zone and drops you back into the Garbonzo zone, making for one long and amazing ride.
Red Bull 400
A pure uphill spring might not sound like fun but if calf burn is not up your alley, it can be incredible to watch! Participants are required to run 400 m at a height gain close to 140 m, OUCH!
Subaru IRONMAN Canada
Whistler is home to one of the longest-running Iron Man Triathlons. The challenging course means that the participants could use all the support that they can get. Come to see these athletes in action and be part of the contagious atmosphere.
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