Category: Whistler Tips

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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Whistler is only located 2 hours away from Vancouver but that doesn’t stop it from having its own language! We wish we could say that it’s because of the transient nature of the town or foreign influence but in reality, we just had to come up with terms that described our daily life in the […]

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After a cold day, there is nothing that warms you up quite like a piping cup of hot chocolate. Since Whistler is so famous for its winters, it is only fitting that there are numerous places that offer a drink that screams cozy! We at Whistler Adventure Passport have taken it upon ourselves to sample […]

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It’s the beginning of a new year and the opportunity to start fresh! This doesn’t mean you need to overhaul your whole life but it is a great opportunity to work on what’s important to you! Travel is often included on a New Year’s resolution list but as with many goals, it’s importance falls to […]

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If you have ever been in Whistler, you will know that 24 hours just isn’t enough. The seemingly unlimited terrain, picturesque village, and endless activities could keep anyone busy for weeks! But if 24 hours is all you have, we can help you make the most of your time! Here is how to maximize 24 hours in […]

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Maybe you are travelling from the airport or perhaps, you have designated time to experience the Sea to Sky Highway. Either way, the natural, wild, beauty this section of highway holds will blow your mind. It is littered with history and is known as one of the most stunning sections of road in the world. Discover […]

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Whistler is full of ways to spend money; activities, tickets, food and lodging all come at a cost. When visiting this mountain town, there is no need to sell off all the worldly possessions you own to meet your travel dreams- just a realistic budget. Budgeting your travel costs can help you be prepared and let […]

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The sea to sky corridor is home to adventures of all sorts. The close proximity and surrounding wilderness allows for you to experience many activities in a short span and not just in Whistler. Through experiencing the surrounding area such as Squamish, Callaghan Valley and Pemberton, you can really get a feel for what life […]

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There is so much to do in Whistler during the summer months and the Whistler Bike Park should be on your list! When you see all the hustle and bustle surrounding the bottom of the chair, you will want to be part of it! Nervous? Don’t stress, we’ve got the lowdown on how to make […]

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Whistler locals are spoiled for choice when it comes to dining. There are over 100 places to grab a bite in Whistler and whether you are vegetarian, vegan, paleo, gluten-free, raw or dairy-free there is a multitude of dining options on the menu. So where do the locals go to eat? I guess it depends […]

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