Whistler Children’s Festival

People playing at Whistler Children's Festival.

This long-running July event brings hands-on art workshops, crafts, theatre, multi-media, dance, music and magical performances to Whistler Olympic Plaza. It’s the perfect excuse to visit family-friendly Whistler for a weekend or more.

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 […]

Getting From The Airport To Whistler

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You’re soaring over the mountains staring out the small window of the airplane guessing which one of them your going to be traveling to. Once you land, it’s a blur of customs, collecting luggage and then beginning the final leg of your journey to Whistler. At this point, you want your transportation from the airport […]

Forged Axe Throwing

There’s a new activity in town that you can add to your list of things to do in Whistler and it’s about as Canadian as it gets! Forged Axe is located in Function Junction and is Whistler’s only indoor axe throwing venue.  The sport (Yes, it’s a sport!) of Axe throwing has been around since prehistoric […]

Eating Vegan And Vegetarian in Whistler

Traveling and having a dietary preference or restriction can be a nightmare! Many vacationers find themselves constantly repeating “Do you have a vegetarian or vegan option,” and often to no avail! It used to be that this request was considered uncommon, but current times have seen a growing trend in menus offering something for everyone, […]

Whistler: What To Expect In 2017

“And now we welcome in the New Year. Full of things that have never been.” – Rainer Maria Rilke A fresh new year is once again upon us and 2017 is already shaping up to be memorable for Whistler. There were a number of changes that occurred in 2016, for instance, the purchase of Whistler […]

Why Whistler Creekside is Wonderful

The perfect balance of peace and quiet without the sacrifice of a prime location is what makes Whistler Creekside Village wonderful. Creekside is fully stocked with all the necessities you need for any holiday in one convenient location. One great thing about Creekside is that nothing is too far way; there are a whole bunch […]

7 of the Best Whistler Patios

Whether you are dining or enjoying a beverage, it’s all done best on a patio. Whistler patios offer some of the most incredible views, so grab a seat outside and watch the sunset in good company! Stop by any of these Whistler patios and you won’t be disappointed. Earls Kitchen and BarSavor the sun on […]

Your Guide to the Whistler Farmers Market

Local vendors of all kinds pour into the upper village with their individual offerings every Sunday and most Wednesdays all summer long. Stock up on locally grown fresh produce at a great price. Artisan bread and other baked goods will capture you by scent and pull you in. Homemade candies, jams and other delicious treats […]

Ultimate Whistler Bachelor Party

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Planning the ultimate Whistler Bachelor party is all about balance. From golf to ATV tours, Whistler has endless options for a fun weekend with the boys. While organizing the itinerary keep in mind that you want to leave in relatively good shape and the trips purpose is to create lasting (laughable) memories.  Review your rooster […]

Learning the Whistler Village Lingo

whis·tler [hwis-ler, wis–], noun 1. a person or thing that whistles. 2. a mountain resort town packed with adventures, restaurants, shops, and incredible views, allowing you to create unforgettable memories. If you’re heading to Whistler, chances are pretty good that at one point or another, you’ll end up in Whistler Village, the literal and metaphorical […]

Getting Around Whistler Village Without Getting Lost

It’s easy to see that Whistler Village has heavily influenced the design of ski resorts across North America. The design of the world famous mountain getaway was successful in celebrating the natural surroundings, and creating a pedestrian-oriented streetscape that allows people to interact, and feel a sense of place and community. With all that being […]