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Whistler's Secret Patio's

Whistler’s Secret Patios

There may not be a better end to the perfect day than sitting in the sun on a patio, sipping and nibbling on the finest. We in Whistler take our patio time very seriously. After all, you have to have some way to unwind after all the activity! Often, the unwinding requires a certain setting, a relaxing oasis of sorts that encourages chatter about the day’s activities and a mindfulness of one’s beautiful surroundings. With a collection of these types of patios right here in town, we have gathered up a list of Whistler’s Secret Patios for you to enjoy when More »

Indulge In Whistler

Indulge In Whistler

Here in Whistler, we like to do everything big, even our offseason. During May, you can ski, bike, golf and eat! From May 1st until May 31st, many acclaimed restaurants in town create special menus at unbeatable deals, giving you a chance to experience a side of Whistler you might not be well acquainted with- the one that involves delicious food! We have gathered up a few of the amazing deals that you can find during Indulge In Whistler. 21 STEPS KITCHEN + BAR Locally owned and right in the village, 21 Steps menu is a modern take on comfort More »

Why March In Whistler Is The Best

While the rest of the world associates March with the arrival of dreary springtime, Whistler is rubbing their hands together in anticipation of the seasonal transition. A typical pacific northwest spring means rain, add the cooler temperatures found at higher elevations and you have optimal conditions for snow, snow and more snow! However, March isn’t made great just by the snow alone, the typical perks of moving into a warmer season apply here too. Now, enough of the small talk, we are going to lay down the facts and prove just why March is the best! Snowfall In 2016, it snowed for 15 days More »

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

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 »