Fall: Whistler’s Best Kept Secret

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Did you know that fall is known as Whistler’s second summer? The weather is still mild, the sun continues to shine well into the early evening and there is still a number of exciting things to do and see in town. It’s no wonder that many are beginning to learn about Whistler’s best kept secret: […]

The Secrets Of Summer In Whistler

Listen closely. We’re about to spill the beans on summer in Whistler. Of course there’s the Whistler Mountain Bike Park, the patios, and the stunning scenery. But there’s so much more than meets the eye. Summertime in the mountains is full of exciting activities that will leave you and your family feeling like they’ve actually […]

What You Should Know About Early Season Hiking

As the snow begins to melt, the hiking trails emerge from underneath. While many trail conditions can be variable at this time, there is still the possibility of getting out into the mountains for a hike. Being prepared and understanding what you might encounter can ensure the best and safest experience possible. Packing and dressing […]

The Waterfalls Of Whistler

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As the summer fades and the last of the snow melts, it makes its way into the rivers and the streams that feed into the surrounding Whistler lakes. The water travels from the top of the mountain all the way down, and sometimes in its path, it becomes a stunning waterfall. Whistler is encircled by […]

10 Best July Activities

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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 […]

10 FREE Winter Activities

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It’s no secret that vacations can be expensive. The cost of transportation, accommodations, and things to do can quickly add up. So to stay within your budget while still maximizing your experience, it’s nice to have a few no-cost options to choose from. To help you start saving, we’ve rounded up free and fun winter […]

5 Things To Do In Whistler Before The Snow Falls

As soon as the leaves start to turn, it’s no secret that snow will soon follow. Before we know it, the alpine will be blanketed or more like buried and the temperature will be below zero, making all those fair weather activities near impossible to do. So while the sun shines, the birds chirp and […]

What To Pack For A Whistler Hike

The snowline is creeping in the upward direction which means that hiking trails all over Whistler are becoming accessible. It is common to think that since many of the trails are located conveniently close to town, there is not a need pack much more than a water bottle and maybe a light snack for your […]

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 […]

7 Hikes to Try in Whistler

While it might be a little early for alpine hiking, many of the trails down in the valley are clear of snow and ready for exploring. We’ve put together a list of some of the best trails in the Whistler area, ordered from easiest to most difficult. Each of the following hikes offers a unique […]

Staying Active in Whistler’s Great Outdoors

There’s something unique about the people of Whistler: they appear to have found a special elixir that makes them seem happier, younger, and more energetic than most. That just might have something to do with the active lifestyle that they live. It’s hard to live in Whistler without partaking in outdoor activities – have you […]

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 […]