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The Bearfoot Bistro Experience

The Bearfoot Bistro Experience

Photo: Tourism Whistler/Mike Crane Located right through the Listel Hotel’s lobby, lies a culinary experience worth traveling for. The Bearfoot Bistro is an award-winning fine dining restaurant that aims to take patrons on a journey led by their taste buds. With a menu featuring both local bounty and flavors from around the world, award-winning Executive Chef Melissa Craig has twisted, shook, roasted, and pureed food perfection. But, the experience is not limited to delicious meals and desserts… Ketel One Vodka Ice Room Before or after you’ve sampled from the Bearfoot’s menu, step inside a freezing room where the drinks or drink we More »

Bike Friendly Travel

Bike Friendly Travel

So you’re coming to Whistler to ride your bike. When going to ride abroad, many mountain bikers ask themselves the same question year on year – “How do I travel with my bike?” In addition to getting from A to B, this means you’ll be packing not only your gear but your bike as well. While these tasks can be daunting, there are a number of ways to travel easily and safely with your prized possession. Here are some steps to bike friendly travel. STEP 1: Invest In A Bike Bag When traveling, your bike must be packed in a rigid More »

Traveling With Your Dog

Traveling With Your Dog

Vacations are the best. You get to relax, enjoy new activities, and experience a new place. Of course, most vacations require a ton of planning in advance. From transportation to where you will stay, it’s a tricky path to navigate—made only trickier when you add a dog into the mix. Here at the Listel Hotel Whistler, we welcome dogs traveling with their owners to stay at the hotel. With one thing off the list, it’s time to examine other ways to make traveling with your dog as stress-free as possible! Pack for yourself and your dog! Swimsuit, check, shorts, check, hat, More »

June In Whistler

June In Whistler

Photo: Tourism Whistler / Mike Crane June is an incredible time to visit Whistler. The season is changing from spring to summer, the weather is spectacular, and there are a ton of exciting and novel things to do. Visiting the mountains during this time of year means that you’re privilege to events and even natural phenomenon that only happen during this month. What’s more, many of the summer staples like the Whistler Farmer’s Market and Vancouver Symphony Orchestra begin their summer schedule. If you haven’t already put visiting Whistler in June on your list, here’s what you might be missing! Whistler More »

Your Guide To Whistler Mountain Bike Park

Your Guide To Whistler Mountain Bike Park

Photo: Tourism Whistler / Mike Crane May is the time of year when skis get traded in for two wheels and a crowded bus on the way to the ski hill becomes a distant memory. As the last bit of snow melts away, the trail networks emerge and bikes take over Whistler. Some flock to the surrounding all-mountain trails to experience the spring dirt while others wait patiently for a day long awaited since fall, Whistler Mountain Bike Park opening day. If you’ve been anticipating riding the bike park, here is a guide to getting your fair share of the infamous Whistler More »