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Your Guide to Canada Day In Whistler

Your Guide to Canada Day In Whistler

What could be a better way to celebrate your Canadian pride than being in the mountains? With so much to see and do, Canada Day in Whistler is truly special. Many activities take place all over the resort and all of them are family friendly. From music, to parades to outdoor adventures, we have gathered up the best ways around town to spend the holiday! Vancouver Symphony Orchestra: Take in spectacular mountain views and moving musical pieces with a concert by the student musicians on July 1st at the Round house. Also on July 1st and with a second show More »

The Whistler Way To Golf

The Whistler Way To Golf

Surrounded by pristine mountains, lakes and streams, the Whistler golf courses are beautiful, playable by all levels and another one of the things to do here in summer! With multiple courses to choose from, Big Sky Golf Club, Nicklaus North Golf Course and the Whistler Golf Club, there is enough golf to keep you busy for your whole trip and another trip after that. We break down what makes each course special so you can start to get excited about your Whistler golf experience! Big Sky Golf Club Top rated and located just a short drive from town, Big Sky Golf More »

Girl’s Night Out in Whistler at the Listel

Girl’s Night Out in Whistler at the Listel

There really is nothing better than a night out with your girlfriends full of great food, fabulous wine and big belly laughs. The right combination of indulgence and relaxation is key to any weekend away with girls. If you’re like me, and are busy with work and family each week a girl’s night out is an essential activity to re-connecting with close friends. When we were researching a Girl’s Night Out in Whistler, Listel checked all of our boxes. The rates were affordable, it was located in the heart of Whistler Village and it conveniently had one of Whistler’s most notable More »

Whistler’s Lakes

Whistler’s Lakes

It might come as a surprise to you but in addition to the adventurous, adrenaline fueled activities here in Whistler, there is a number of lakes that encourage a slower, more relaxed pace of life. Don’t be fooled by the serenity, the lakes bring a whole other set of things to do in Whistler! Here is your guide to the lakes in Whistler so you can be fully prepared for fun! Lost Lake Located a short walk from the village and through the Lost Lake trails, Lost lake is the perfect end to a bike or hike. The sandy beaches More »

April’s Best Instagram Moments

April’s Best Instagram Moments

Whistler is known for it’s snow filled winters but spring could be the preferred season for many. The changing of the seasons opens up a world of enjoyment and celebration, not to mention the ability to experience both summer and winter in one day! There is the famous World ski and Snowboard Festival that brings together sports, music and entertainment. Then as the snow below mid-mountain begins to melt, biking, tree top soaring and spending time lakeside becomes another set of activities to add to all the things to do in Whistler. The warmer weather brings t-shirts and sunscreen on the hill; And on More »