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Category: Whistler Tips

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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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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The Whistler Village Beer Festival is here! Beer lovers have been waiting all year for the return of this tasty festival, and this year, it’s bigger than ever. Running for a total of 7 days, the festival offers a full-on schedule of activities and events for beer enthusiasts to enjoy.  The festival runs from September […]

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One of the most exciting events of the year is taking place right now! Crankworx Whistler is the ultimate celebration of all things mountain biking. Bringing together the world’s top mountain bike athletes, Crankworx Whistler is a 10-day festival jam-packed with fun events.  But the fun isn’t reserved just for bikers — the festival offers […]

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The Whistler Farmers’ Market is a great summer tradition for locals and visitors alike. Located in the Upper Village, at the base of Blackcomb Mountain, the market offers fun for the whole family. Listen to live music while browsing goods from over 90 vendors selling local produce, artisan crafts and prepared food. Whether you’re looking for […]

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With summer just around the corner, it’s time to get your hiking shoes on and head out on adventures. Whistler is filled with some of the best hiking trails around. Here is our guide to summer hiking and which ones you won’t want to miss. Wedgemount Lake Not for the faint-hearted, the Wedgemount Lake hike […]

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May in Whistler is the ultimate month. You can enjoy an array of fun activities from golf to skiing to seeing a bear. Here is how you can keep yourself entertained this month. Weather While April may bring with it showers, May is the time the sun comes to shine. You can lavish in average […]

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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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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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