Category: Whistler Tips

If you’re planning a bachelorette party, birthday, or relaxing getaway and it involves a group of girls Whistler is the place to be. For years women from around BC (and the world for that matter) have gathered in Whistler to celebrate their achievements, milestones and special moments. From a four season outdoor playground to world-class […]

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Spring is an awkward time of year in the fashion department. Too early for sandals, but too late for boots. Try wearing shorts and you’ll likely freeze your knee caps off if the wind picks up or temperature takes a sudden dip. Our bodies are pale and pasty from the winter and for some of […]

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Photo: Tourism Whistler/ Mike Crane The weather has heated up and the sunshine has firmly established its presence in Whistler. The increased sunlight hours lend way to longer days on the mountain, epic patios sessions, and the rejuvenation of the natural world around us. As the snow begins to melt, the animals wake up from […]

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There are over a hundred ways to put your body to the test in Whistler. Every season offers a multitude of experiences to test yourself physically and mentally. It’s important to take time to properly recover and honour these bodies that carry us from the tops of mountains to the depths of forests and everywhere […]

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Whistler is truly a unique spot, and those lucky enough to call it home are blessed with four seasons of action packed adventure, breath-taking scenery and a world-class town that attracts over two million visitors each year (yet somehow remains tight knit). The locals in Whistler are just as diverse as the activities and adventures […]

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From stunning glacier landscapes, old growth forests and expansive valleys between- Whistler is a spectacular place to explore from the air. Shifting your perspective by heightening your vantage point can lead to incredible experiences and unforgettable memories. You probably have seen Whistler by foot, ski and board, so why not take your exploration to new […]

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Break away from the crowds, free yourself from lift-lines and step into Whistler’s Back-Country. Imagine the feeling of hundreds and thousands of acres of wilderness sprawling before you. Whistler’s Back-Country is high alpine terrain featuring glaciers, frozen lakes, rivers, bowls and gladed valleys all ready to be explored. With some of the most abundant snow […]

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Spending Christmas in Whistler is the next best thing to spending it in the North Pole. Think back to your fantasies of a white Christmas and they will closely resemble that of Whistler, BC. A blanket of snow covering the ground with soft white flakes drifting from the sky. Twinkling colourful lights hung on buildings and […]

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WHISTLER BLACKCOMB TO OPEN BLACKCOMB MOUNTAIN AND THE PEAK 2 PEAK GONDOLA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 26 Peak Chair On Whistler Mountain To Open November 27 Whistler Blackcomb will complete the kick off to its 50th anniversary season when Blackcomb Mountain opens for skiing and snowboarding on Thursday, November 26. In addition to the PEAK 2 PEAK […]

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The ancient god of snow Ullr has been worshiped by skiers from around the world but how much do we really know about him? If you’ve just arrived in Whistler and haven’t introduced yourself to Ullr- now is the time. The enigmatic God of Snow is the go-to guy when it comes to praying for […]

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