Why Travel To Whistler During The Shoulder Season

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When Whistler is mentioned, the first thing that comes to mind is skiing and in a close second is mountain biking. Those activities represent the peak travel seasons well. And while both winter and summer in the mountains are incredible, what’s not as well known, are the shoulder seasons, autumn and spring. Shoulder season is […]

Whistler Writer’s Festival

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It’s almost time for the annual Whistler Writer’s Festival. From October 11th -14th, the village becomes a place for celebrating the written word. Readers and writers unite over the course of the festival for workshops and readings, but the excitement doesn’t stop there. The schedule is lined with ways to improve as well as enjoy […]

Fall Mountain Biking

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You’re probably familiar with the four seasons: fall, winter, spring, and summer. But here in Whistler, we operate under a two-season system: ski season and mountain bike season. When it’s not snowing, its time to get your bike out and hit the trails. With trails open from April right through until November, the season can […]

The ABC’s Of Autumn Adventures

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Ditch your Pumpkin Spice Latte and get out into the fresh fall air. Taking in autumn in the mountains is full of adventure, and its own kind of spice. Hiking, biking, and so much more is still available at this time of year. And since your favourite activities already involve getting outside, why not enjoy […]

The RBC GranFondo Whistler

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As fall begins to near, many are putting in their last training days and dialing in their bicycles. All this in preparation for the RBC GranFondo, taking place on September 8th, 2018. You see, this event is no easy feat. It covers 122 kilometers, from Vancouver all the way to Whistler. Many train for months […]

What To Expect On A Bear Viewing Tour

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Lion and tigers aren’t found in Whistler but bears are! And there are plenty of them. Over 60 to be exact. The bears that inhabit Whistler have been studied for over two decades and viewing them is available to the public through one of our many viewing tours. A viewing tour includes a comfortable ride […]

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 […]

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, […]

7 Facts About The Whistler Film Festival

Lights, camera action! The Whistler Film Festival kicks off this month, taking place from November 30th  to December 4th. The festival welcomes filmers, actors, and fans to experience a unique combination of cinematography and related events in the mountains. The work of established filmmakers and fresh new talent make up the bulk of the festival but […]

Halloween in Whistler

Once a year, Whistler trades in its mountain attire for that of ghosts, zombies, witches and pretty much anything else that could possibly be imagined. In true Whistler fashion, Halloween is celebrated to the utmost extreme. Taking place over a whole weekend, everything from parties at night clubs to haunted houses take over the village and […]

Whistler Restaurant Deals

It’s officially the off-season in Whistler but for foodies, it’s on-season! During the bumper season between summer and winter, many of the local restaurants have off-season deals, showcasing their delicious menu options or creating one-of-a-kind fall specials. The specials offer the chance to eat at top restaurants for much lower prices than during peak season. Whether […]

A Perfect Fall Day in Whistler

Fall in Whistler is a season to not miss. The mountain side changes hues, the village hushes and the air becomes noticeably crisper. Once these few changes take place, it’s safe to say that autumn has reached the valley and this year, it’s just in time- September 22nd marks the first official day of fall! […]

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 […]

Labour Day in Whistler

Labour day is a Canadian national holiday. The day was originally created to give workers the opportunity to campaign for better working conditions or pay. The tradition has since transformed into a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the last taste of summer. Labour Day in Whistler has become a weekend of music, entertainment, relaxation and of […]

12 Months in Whistler: Why It’s Always a Great Time to Visit

Whistler is an awesome place to visit, no matter what time of year it is. We’re not just saying that – every month has something different to offer, showcasing a unique side of Whistler that’s well worth exploring. Ideally, you would plan a yearlong trip to Whistler, allowing you to experience every side of our […]

6 Reasons to Fall in Love With Whistler This Autumn

Ask any Whistler local about their favourite season, and you’re bound to get many different answers. Winter, of course, is the season Whistler is most famous for. Summer is arguably just as popular, with hot days by the lake and endless time to spend hiking, biking, and golfing. Spring is a cherished season, too: it’s […]