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A tour of Whistler’s must-see summer experiences

A getaway to Whistler can offer more signature Canadian experiences in a single place than you could have dreamed. If you’ve only got a few days to spare, here’s the “don’t-miss” list, but be sure to leave yourself enough time to take it all in – the iconic beauty of Whistler is best experienced with plenty of time to breathe.

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PEAK 2 PEAK Alpine Experience

A one-of-a-kind experience linking Whistler and Blackcomb mountains. Ride the longest continuous lift system in the world, in a glass-bottomed gondola, a mile above the glacial Fitzsimmons Creek.

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Ride the Rocky Mountaineer

Ride the rails in style. A 115km journey of non-stop photo opps, the Sea to Sky Climb matches all the romance of train travel with historic insights about the region and an intimate (and traffic-free) look at a dramatic landscape, that takes you quite literally from sea to sky.

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Relive the Spirit of the 2010 Games

In Olympic-speak, it’s known as “the afterglow” - a lingering sheen that comes from that 10 day infusion of energy and emotion. The track at the Whistler Sliding Centre is an impressive feat of engineering in a spectacular mountain setting. Whistler Olympic Park played host to the Nordic, biathlon and ski jumping events during the games, and now offers incredible hiking trails and horseback riding in the summer. The podium stage at Whistler Olympic Plaza was home to nightly medal ceremonies, and is now a cultural hub for live music, events, and outdoor picnicking.

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Browse the Whistler Farmer’s Market

One farm and a few crafty types back in 1994 got things started, and now, the Whistler Farmer’s Market has deep and vigorous roots in the fertile soil of the Pemberton Valley and beyond, to proffer up farm-fresh local produce, artisan treats, art, gifts, and dynamic entertainment, from more than 80 passionate and skilled vendors. Stop by Blackcomb base every Wednesday and Sunday to sample the goods.

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Explore Whistler by Bike on the Valley Trail

The Valley Trail is what happened when a landscape architect got his hands on the ‘off-the-beaten path’: a paved cruise-way that runs for 40km and connects all of Whistler’s nooks and crannies, single-track trails, patios and cafes, beaches and lakes, parks and golf-courses. It’s pet-friendly, chariot and stroller-accessible, and perfect to experience from the saddle of a (rented) cruiser bike.

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Soak Up the Village Vibe

Urban design folk geek out on Whistler’s pedestrian only village - it was masterfully designed to allow humans to experience “a village in the forest” as they meander through the shops, flow along stone walkways and eddy out into entertainment zones and patio clusters. Even if you aren’t privy to the theory, you’ll enjoy the vibe that comes from its practical impact. Sun. Views. And a lovely sense of place.

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Take A Tasting Tour of Whistler’s Finest Dining

Decision Paralysis from the abundance of dining options is taken care of with a Whistler Tasting Tour progressive dinner. Four of Whistler’s best restaurants in one multi-course movable meal, curated by an expert guide full of local knowledge, means this is one of the rare opportunities when you actually can have it all.

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Here's the Insider blogs on must-see-and-do experiences - a guide to Whistler and a great planning tool.

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