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The Best Way To Spend A Spring Day In Whistler

The Best Way To Spend A Spring Day In Whistler

When you hear “Whistler”, you’re most likely going to think about skiing, snow, and of course, the picturesque village. What might not come to mind, are blossoming flowers, the return of bears in the valley, and enjoying a drink on a sunlit patio. All of the aforementioned are qualities of springtime in the mountains. Now, there’s a lot to see and do during spring so we’ve made it easy to make the most of this special time. Here is the best way to spend a spring day in Whistler. Morning Wake up with the sunshine. Open your blinds at the More »

Whistler Spring Activities

Say goodbye to dark, cold mornings and hello to sunkissed goggle tans, longer days in the sun, and countless possibilities for adventure. Come and enjoy the magic that Whistler has to offer this Spring. A time of the year when you can be racing down the ski slopes in the morning and cruising around the village on your bike in the afternoon. Read on to get the low-down on how you and your family can fill your days in Whistler this spring.   Take To The Slopes Still, the number one way to enjoy spring powder right through till May 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 »

The Best Mountain Biking in Whistler

The Best Mountain Biking in Whistler

Whistler is synonymous with world-class mountain biking. Bikers are known to follow their passion around the globe, seeking out the best mountain biking in the world, and it’s no wonder so many make annual treks to the mecca of Whistler, BC. Our trail builders, in and outside of the park are widely recognized as some of the best in the world, turning the natural, rugged terrain of Whistler into a playground for two wheels. Because the trail system is so vast, we’ve boiled down some of the best trails in and outside of the Bike Park to give you a More »