Category: Thing To Do

The World Ski and Snowboard Festival (WSSF) is one of the highlights of the winter calendar. Showcasing the best of Whistler with sports, arts and free live music, this event is one you won’t want to miss out on. Sports Watch some of the best winter athletes on the globe demonstrate their skills on snow. […]

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Spring is the perfect time to come to Whistler. The evenings are longer, the temperatures are milder and yes the snow is still awesome! Here is our guide to spring skiing, and why you want to ski Whistler at this time of year. Start Later You can enjoy a nice late start and still get […]

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Whistler is the ultimate holiday destination, with the mountains creating the perfect backdrop to an idyllic village scene. It’s hard not to feel like you’re in a real-life snow globe. February is a great time to come to Whistler, with plenty on offer both on and off the mountain. Here’s what there is to keep […]

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Whistler is excited to be hosting the 27th Annual Pride and Ski Festival. A celebration of diversity, there are lots of fun, exciting events to be enjoyed by everyone – gay or straight. From January 21st – 28th, Whistler will be full of rainbow colours, dancing shoes, music and of course skiing! Said to be […]

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Over the holidays, people press pause on their busy lives and come together to celebrate. But finding the perfect gift for your friends and family also make this time of year frustrating. This holiday season, why not create memories with your loved ones instead of giving them something that will collect dust and take up […]

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Winter is finally here! You know those times you sat inside staring out at the torrential downpour, and the only consolation was the hope that if it was raining outside, it must be snowing on the mountains? Well, it was! With 86cm in 24 hours, Whistler is opening a week early , so it’s time […]

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Picture this: you are pedaling up a hill, sweating more than you thought was possible as you slog up singletrack at a 40 degree angle in the summer heat. You know the good part (where you get to go downhill) is worth the hard work so you put your head down and grind for all […]

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Whistler’s Rivers There are many ways to travel in Whistler – bike, skateboard, run, swim – but one of the most satisfying and perspective changing is by waterway. Whether you are leisurely floating down a picturesque mountain stream or rafting down rivers fueled by glacial meltwater, the Whistler area’s rivers offer both adventure and a […]

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The Whistler bike park? What’s that? It’s hard to imagine someone saying that these days, when Whistler is internationally recognized as a mecca for mountain biking with over 200 kilometers of bike park trails and countless kilometers of cross country. But it took awhile to get here. When settlers first started arriving in Whistler, the […]

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