It’s hot, it’s cold, it’s just the season! The frequent indecisiveness of Mother Nature can lead to a packing nightmare if you are planning on traveling during the spring months. What’s more, if you are planning on visiting Whistler, you have to accommodate for all the activities and the nightlife that you are going to be partaking it. Never fear, Whistler Reservations has a list all prepared for you, just follow along and you will be ready for anything. Here is what to pack for spring time in Whistler.
A Light Jacket
During these transitional months, the temperature can fluctuate, especially as the sun wanes. Packing a light jacket that is waterproof will be your life saver! If you really want to ready for anything, find a jacket that is small enough to be stuffed into a backpack.
Forgot yours? Try Patagonia (#119-4350 Lorimer Rd)
Your feet will be your main mode of transportation so we are sure you can only imagine what it would be like to be stuck in shoes that hurt! Don’t fall victim to the style versus functionality- in Whistler, it’s a well-known fact that functionality serves you better. Try a hiking boot or waterproof runners.
Forgot yours? Try Footlocker (#104-4295 Blackcomb Way)
A Portable Charger
Your phone is going to be your camera and your map so better have it charged. A portable battery or charger will serve you well over the course of your trip. If a portable battery is not something you want to invest in, there are a number of charging docks located all around the village.
Forgot yours? Try McCoos (#215- 4295 Blackcomb Way)
A Day to Night Outfit
Whistler is all about going with the flow and often that leads activities that roll over into the night (après anyone?). Be prepared for anything by packing outfits that can take you from the day right to dinner and then to the bar!
Forgot yours? Try Aritzia (4222 Village Square)
Activities such as Ziplining, visiting nearby lakes or strolling the village may take up large portions of your day. You will be more comfortable having a backpack to carry the necessities and anything else you may find yourself picking up along the way.
Forgot yours? Try The Beach (#108-4369 Main St)
Hot tubbing and mountain life just go together! But seriously, there is nothing more relaxing than stepping into a hot tub after a full day of adventuring. Also, we can’t forget the ‘must-visit’ Scandinave Spa!
Forgot yours? Try The Beach (4314 Main St)
Hats are great to pack for a number of reasons. Control that unruly hair during an activity or protect yourself from the elements, either or, a hat makes the Whistler packing list!
Forgot yours? Try The Whistler Hat Gallery (4295 Blackcomb Way)
Packing for a springtime vacation may seem overwhelming but it doesn’t have to be with this handy list that will have you prepared for anything! Ready to put this list into action? Book your Whistler vacation now!