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The Top 7 Reasons To Spend The Holidays In Whistler

The Top 7 Reasons To Spend The Holidays In Whistler

Are you dreaming of a magical winter getaway this holiday season that has a little something for everyone? Are culture, sport, festive sightseeing, and dining on your to-do list? If so, then why not visit Whistler! From unique indigenous group dining experiences, to a long list of snowsports; and now with increased flexibility for reservations, Whistler has all the answers for an adventurous and memorable holiday vacation. Planning a family getaway? Burn some energy making new memories, and as the day comes to a close, everyone can enjoy an evening spent bundled up and wandering through a festive winter wonderland. More »

Cornucopia 2021, Whistler’s annual fall festival of food and drink

Cornucopia 2021, Whistler’s annual fall festival of food and drink

November 4 – 28, 2021 This November, Cornucopia turns twenty-five and returns to Whistler to celebrate food + drink in style. The reimagined format takes place over four extended weekends in November, Thursdays to Sundays, from November 4 until November 28, 2021. The event highlights Whistler’s world-class food and drinks scene with tastings, culinary demonstrations, drink seminars, winemaker dinners and more. – – – – – Cornucopia encourages all guests to drink responsibly and to Sniff, Swirl, Sip & Spit! Please make sure to arrange a safe ride home from your event, or search for accommodation within walking distance of More »

Long Hikes Around Whistler

Long Hikes Around Whistler

Need a pre-season workout? Enjoy the elevation gains and explore one of the many long hikes around Whistler. From the old-growth coastal rainforest to the stunning mountain views, September is the perfect hiking season with fewer crowds and cooler temperatures. We had our staff compile their favourite fall hikes to explore on your next mountain getaway: #1: Garibaldi Lake & Beyond Garibaldi Provincial Park Duration: Day hike Elevation gain: 900m Distance: 18km (return) Dog Friendly: No Not for the faint of heart (over 6km of switchbacks!) but worth every step! This classic hike provides stunning mountain views, and the infamous More »

Short Hikes Around Whistler

Short Hikes Around Whistler

Looking for a quick and fun activity close to Whistler and the Village? Whistler is filled with fast walking paths of various difficulties, all with beautiful scenic routes and landmarks to discover. These short trails are perfect for going on before heading to lunch, dinner, or other activities! Check out these prime hiking and walking trails in Whistler:   1. Brandywine Falls: 30 minutes Just before Whistler right off the highway, lies a short hike to the beautiful 70-metre Brandywine Falls! The waterfall is only 1km away, making it a great place to stop on the way to Whistler or More »

Having Fun at the Range

Having Fun at the Range

One of Whistler’s favourite ways to spend a day is by visiting the driving range and practicing shots against the valley side. For beautiful views, a thrilling activity, and staying near the village, look no further than the Whistler Golf Range! On the days in between going atop the mountain peaks, or biking and hiking on the trails, take a moment to enjoy a day of still concentration and refreshing scenery. Whether you’re just starting or a long-time season pass-holder, the golf range is great fun for the whole group.   Some tips for golfing during the summer months: 1. More »