Spring Break has arrived and Whistler is the perfect place to spend it! With March having more days with snowfall than without, warmer temperatures and those couple extra hours of daylight, it’s no wonder many people find themselves spending their holiday in the mountains. But what if other commitments and engagements are putting a damper on your spring getaway? Don’t worry, we’ve made a Spring Break Itinerary so you can spend 72 hours or more and experience everything Whistler has to offer!
There’s no time to waste so start your day off with Fresh Tracks! Upload Whistler Village Gondola between 7:15 AM and 8:00 AM, an hour before the rest of Whistler, and enjoy a mountain-sized buffet breakfast that is sure to fuel you until lunch or even beyond
Since your already on the hill, just keep enjoying the March powder!
Your big breakfast is going to start wearing off at one point. When it does, it’s time to head down the mountain and plunk yourself on the Garibaldi Lift Company’s patio. Make yourself comfortable, you may be here for a while enjoying a delicious feed on burgers, flatbreads, shared plates and beer!
After a few pints or jugs, wonder over to Buffalo Bills and don’t worry, you don’t need to change out of your ski gear…your in Whistler after all!
Feeling a bit rough? Nothing the mountain air and a hearty breakfast can’t cure. Make a stop at Elements Urban Tapas Parlour. The potato tartlet and mini smoothie can put that extra pep in your step you will need for the rest of the day.
Bundle up, you’re in for a ride! Just sit back and a powerful dog team will lead you into the forest of the Callaghan Valley on Whistler Dog Sled adventure.
It’s time to break a sweat and to make room for dinner. Snowshoeing is the perfect activity to explore and become further acquainted with Whistler’s backcountry.
Get ready for the culinary experience of a lifetime at Araxi. This fine dining restaurant takes local cusine and transforms into delicacies!
Grab a delicious locally roasted coffee as well as a quick bite to eat at Moguls Coffee House, located right in the village square. This locally owned coffee shop is a favorite among the locals!
After your breakfast has digested, get ready to get inverted..well only if you want to! A journey into the tree-tops awaits with a Ziptrel Ecotours adventure! Soar through the trees and see Whistler from a different perspective.
The Ziptrek experience will end right at the Longhorn so it makes perfect sense to grab a pint and enjoy one of Whistler’s most famous patios. Just why is it so well-known? This patio offers a front row seat to the action on the slopes and a lively atmosphere!
After all the activity, you deserve a break and there is no better place to rest than at the Scandinave Spa.
Finish your day and your trip to Whistler by taking a Fire and Ice show that can be found at the Skier’s Plaza every Sunday.
Staying longer in Whistler? There is still so much to do and Whistler Reservations has the inside scoop, tips, and booking option!