Whistler’s Best Kept Secret: Visit in the Fall

Fall in Whistler Village

Often overshadowed by our epic winters and glorious summers, fall is arguably Whistler’s most underrated season. No crowds, stunning scenery, and the lowest rates of the year! Fall in Whistler is technically considered to be ‘shoulder season’, but we think there is no better time to enjoy our beautiful mountain town. Whilst the crowds slow […]

The Best Mountain Bike Trails in Whistler (that aren’t in the bike park!)

Best Mountain Biking Whistler

Want the low-down on the best mountain bike trails in Whistler? Look no further!  Best for beginners: Lost Lake Trails Our picks: Pinocchio’s Furniture, Jellyroll Gumdrop, & Grand Wazoo. Just five minutes of low-key pedaling from Whistler Village lies the tranquil forest network of Lost Lake – home to some of the best mountain bike […]

BC Day Long Weekend In Whistler

The BC Day long weekend is upon us. This weekend marks the middle of summer as well as an opportunity for many Pacific Northwester’s to hit the road and travel with their families. With the sun filled weather and warm temperatures, many are seeking Whistler as their weekend getaway location. Luckily, there are many activities happening in […]

Canada Day in Whistler | On the Mountain, In the Village or at the Lake


Photo: Tourism Whistler/ Steve Roger How will you spend Canada Day in Whistler? Canada Day long weekend (or Independence Day long weekend for our American friends) is the official kick off to summer here in Whistler. The kids are out of school, summer sports are in full effect and the summer events schedule is in […]

Your Guide to Whistler Bike Park

May 20th marked the start of the 2016 bike season for Whistler Bike Park. Fresh trails, great dirt and an energy that could be felt for miles filled the area. For many it was their second, their fourth or even their 18th opening day. But for some, it was their first time. The chairlifts, experienced riders […]

Accessibility in Whistler | What You Need To Know


Over the years Whistler has taken steps to become one of the most accessible and inclusive resort communities in the world. Although this mission is not complete, Whistler has improved immensely in providing a seamless accessible experience for people with different ability levels, no matter how adventurous you choose to be. Locals and visitors alike will surely […]

Planning The Perfect Golf Getaway in Whistler


Photo: Tourism Whistler/ Mike Crane The countdown is on until Whistler’s golf season begins. Rated Canada’s #1 Golf Destination by Golf Digest Magazine it’s no wonder flocks of people come to Whistler and hit the greens between May and November each year. If you’re looking for a perfect golf trip destination Whistler not only has […]

6 Reasons Why Springtime in Whistler ROCKS

Photo: Tourism Whistler/ Mike Crane We know you love winter, but what if we told you that spring is the best time of the year to be in Whistler? Back in the day (circa 2006) the end of winter marked a distinct end to the tourist season, when locals could reclaim their hometown and tourists […]

T-shirts, Patios and Sunshine – Everything to Love About Spring Skiing in Whistler


(Photo: Tourism Whistler/ Mike Crane) We’ve reached the time of year when sun and snow come together to create the perfect conditions for epic spring skiing on the mountain. Whistler is renowned for receiving some of its biggest snowfalls in late winter and spring amounting to powder conditions, bluebird days and T-shirt weather. Whistler Mountain […]

Whistler’s Art and Culture Scene


You may be surprised to learn that Whistler’s not all about outdoor activities. Anyone who has delved into the town’s arts and culture scene would surely be impressed by the vibrant happenings taking place.  Theatrical performances, art galleries, music and museums – take your pick from a plethora of exhibits and events happening throughout the year. Here […]

Whistler For Couples: Our Top Valentine’s Day Picks


What better place for romance then the winter wonderland that is Whistler, BC? Whistler has a smorgasbord of Valentine’s Day activities depending on if you want to relax and take it easy, drink and dance the night away, or experience spine-tingling adventure. Here are our top picks for Valentine’s Day in Whistler. For memorable first […]

Whistler Winter Activities For Families

Whistler lends itself well to families. With an easy and safe pedestrian village, two ski mountains with a range of programs for kids of all ages, and a plethora of other family friendly activities- why go anywhere else? Many families arrive in Whistler unaware of some of the great family friends activities on offer. Here […]

6 Shoulder Season Activities in Whistler

Shoulder season activities in Whistler are beautiful, quieter and just as adventurous. Plan your activities at anytime of day, no need to beat the heat, just get outside and enjoy at anytime! While you may not want to jump in the lake, and we can’t quiet offer skiing just yet, there is still plenty to […]

8 Ways to Send Off Summer in Whistler

Saying goodbye to summer isn’t always fun, but we’ve got a list of eight unique ways you can send off summer in Whistler with a smile on your face. We may not love saying goodbye to the long summer days, but lucky for us, our shoulder season is a short one and we can dive […]

Whistler Bears, Fish, and Horses – Oh My!

Horseback Riding

For the animal lovers! Whistler is full of fun ways to interact with animals through a variety of different means. One of the best parts of choosing to experience any of these animal related activities is that you’ll truly be submerged in nature. Step outside of the village and maybe out of your comfort zone […]

8 Activities in Whistler You Can Only Do in The Summer

The list of activities in whistler you can only do in summer isn’t a short one. Here are just a few we can help you plan on your next trip to Whistler! 1) GolfingWith five breathtaking courses in the Whistler area, teeing off isn’t a question; it’s just a matter of where! The Chateau Whistler […]

Why Biking in Whistler Rocks

Locked bikes of all kinds line the village stroll through the spring summer and fall. This multi season sport is quite diverse and the Whistler terrain offers something for all levels of all interests when it comes to biking. Let’s get into the nitty-gritty, just why does biking in Whistler rock? Find out why each […]

Whistler Wanderlust Musts

So you’re travel plans are solidified and you’re headed to Whistler for the Wanderlust Festival! Well, we’ve come up with some Whistler Wanderlust musts that might not be on your schedule itinerary. These bliss bearing activities will keep your mind, body and soul happy by letting you escape the festival chaos for some peace and […]

My Experience: Whistler Bungee

A week before bungee jumping I was nervous. Just thinking about launching off a bridge made my toes curl and not want to leave the ground. Despite feeling nervous, which is apparently very normal, I couldn’t wait to leap towards the beautiful Cheakamus River. As a first time bungee jumper I had no idea what […]

My Experience: ZipTrek Whistler

What you think ziplining might be like and what a tour at Ziptrek Whistler is really like, are two completely different things. Sure I’ve ziplined before on a holiday in Mexico and at an outdoor camp as a kid, but that was nothing like what I experienced at Ziptrek recently. As the regular Whistler Reservations […]