Whistler’s Foodie Fixes

Whistler isn’t just about adrenaline and the outdoors. Over the past few years, this little mountain town has cultivated some meals that are enough make a foodie go wild! From savoury pies to tasty treats, the village is full of unique food options that can be part of the Whistler experience. So after you have […]

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 […]

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 […]

What Makes Whistler Truly Beautiful

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Photo: Tourism Whistler/ Mike Crane Whistler has been awarded many titles, ‘#1 ski resort in North America,’ probably being the most famous one. People recognize Whistler as being a place of thrill and adventure where you can ski, bike, swim and hike all in one day if you desire. But many people would agree- Whistler’s […]

What Visitors to Whistler Need To Know About Bears

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One of the most common things people want to see when they come to Whistler is a bear. These cute and coveted creatures are iconic in Whistler and a photo of, or an encounter with a bear is on many people’s bucket list. Seeing a bear in Whistler certainly isn’t a rarity. Ask any local […]

Planning The Perfect Golf Getaway in Whistler

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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 […]

A Look Into Whistler’s Renaissance Project- The Future of Adventure

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Whistler Blackcomb is about to redefine the word adventure. Transforming from sleepy fishing town to winter resort mecca and then into a world-class four seasons resort it would have been prudent to think the resorts evolution would stop there. After a stellar 2015/16 season where records were broken and WB emerged as the best performing […]

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

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(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

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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 […]

24 Hours in Whistler: The Ultimate Whistler Itinerary

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If you’ve spent any time in Whistler before you’ll know that 24 hours in a day is simply not enough. With more terrain than any other ski resort in North America, it’s impossible to cover the entirety of Whistler Blackcomb in just one day. Not only this, but the number of adventure tours and activities […]

Whistler Is On Sale For American Visitors

If you love a good sale and are from the United States, we have big news for you. Canada, that country to the north full of igloos and moose, is nearly 50% off. We know American’s love sales (who doesn’t?), and what better place to spend your hard earned money then in beautiful Whistler, BC? […]

What to Wear in Whistler, Winter Edition

Trying to pack your entire wardrobe into a single suitcase is never an easy task. Luckily, when you’re coming to Whistler, there’s plenty you can leave behind. Dressing for Whistler is all about being comfortable and practical – so leave those stilettos at home! Here’s what we recommend taking with you to Whistler. A word […]

How To Celebrate Christmas in Whistler

If you’ve ever spent the holidays in Whistler, you know it’s very easy to get into the Christmas spirit around here. With twinkling lights setting the Village aglow and a fresh layer of snow blanketing everything, Whistler is a real-life winter wonderland. It’s the perfect place to continue your family’s favourite holiday traditions or to […]

7 Ways to Warm Up in Whistler

Photo Credit: Scandinave Spa | Tourism Whistler   Been outside lately? Temperatures are dropping in Whistler, a sure sign that winter is here. Gone are the days of shorts and t-shirts by the lake – they’ve been replaced with ski jackets, toques, warm boots, and maybe a little snow. Luckily, there are plenty of ways […]

5 Reasons to Extend Your Whistler Weekend Trip

Photo Credit: Tourism Whistler | Mike Crane   The only thing wrong with a weekend trip to Whistler is that it goes by too quickly. One minute, you’re driving up the Sea to Sky highway, full of excitement and anticipation at the inevitably awesome weekend ahead. Before you know it, it’s Sunday afternoon and already […]

5 Ways to Stay Busy in November in Whistler

What’s up next month in Whistler? In short, a lot. November in Whistler has an un-earned reputation as being a slow, sleepy month – but that couldn’t be further from the truth. It’s a month full of pure indulgence (see Cornucopia below) balanced by some serious fitness (hello, opening day!), peppered with a dash pre-Christmas […]

6 Reasons to Plan Your Whistler Winter Holiday Trip NOW

With Thanksgiving now behind us, it’s time to look ahead to the winter holiday season. Sure, the winter holiday is more than two months away, but trust us – time is going to fly. That’s why it’s a good idea to start planning for your Whistler winter holiday trip now. Not next month, not next […]

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 […]