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Whistler’s Art Scene: Andrea Mueller

Whistler’s Art Scene: Andrea Mueller

Whistler is known for its vast mountain peaks and fun outdoor culture. But if you look further into this quaint mountain town, you will uncover Whistler’s vibrant arts scene. Andrea Mueller is leading the way in her industry. This year’s Whistler Blackcomb featured artist, her art style is unique and passion shines through all her artworks. Here is why this Whistler local is one to keep an eye on. A Whistler Local Although she grew up in a small town outside of Toronto in Ontario, Andrea has lived in Whistler for 15 years. You can see her passion for wildlife 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 »

Rainy Day Indoor Activities

Rainy Day Indoor Activities

Photo: Tourism Whistler/Justa Jeskova April showers bring May flowers and the opening of the Whistler Mountain Bike Park, so we aren’t complaining that the forecast is wet. Although the weather might ‘dampen’ your plans while on vacation, there are a lot of other things to do in Whistler that are perfect for when it’s raining. So if you think a little Pacific Northwest drizzle is going to affect your time here, you’d be mistaken. Here are a number of rainy day indoor activities that everyone will love! The Escape Room Escape Room is Whistler’s original escape room and a perfect non-weather More »

April In Whistler

April In Whistler

Photo: Tourism Whistler / Mike Crane Do you hear that? It’s the birds chirping! The sounds of spring are filling the air and with that comes a new season full of exciting things to do in Whistler. Longer days and warmer temperatures make being in the outdoors a real treat, expecially after the long, cold winter months. In fact, April might be one of the best times to visit the mountains. Why you ask? Here’s what you will find during April in Whistler. Bears The sunshine doesn’t just trigger the plants to start growing. It can also signal the bears that More »

The World Ski And Snowboard Festival

The World Ski And Snowboard Festival

Photos: Mike Crane/Tourism Whistler Last month, the Word Ski And Snowboard Festival excitedly announced that it would be returning this April for six days of action-packed fun. This means that thousands of fans will once again be ascending on Whistler to take part in North America’s largest annual snowsport, music, and mountain culture celebration. Over the years, this celebration has evolved to fulfill a bigger vision and to provide the ultimate winter festival experience. A combination of world-class ski and snowboard competitions, the largest annual free outdoor concert series in Canada, visual arts mega-productions, film premieres, community events and an endless lineup More »