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A Whistler Black Bear Update

Whistler's black bears are starting to come out of hibernation, so we caught up with a man who's been following them for over twenty years.

Whistler Bear Viewing Safari Experience

The best way to safely view bears in the wild in Whistler is through a bear viewing tour. Whistler Photo Safaris offer a guided experience that not only takes you to the site of the 2010 Winter Olympics and Paralympic Games, but also gives you the opportunity to see bears in their natural habitat.

Be Bear Aware: Tips if You See a Whistler Bear

All through fall bears are preparing for hibernation. We've teamed up with the Get Bear Smart Society for tips on what to do if you see a bear and how you can help them stay wild during this active season.

Green Golf in Whistler: Bears, Water & Sustainability

Drive the green! Whistler golf courses are being recognized for their environmental efforts.

Whistler’s Sylvia Dolson and The Joy of Bears

Whistler local Sylvia Dolson has been photographing local black bears for the past 16 years with the Get Bear Smart Society. And now she has a new book out.

VIDEO: Whistler Bear Viewing Tours are Awesome

Everybody loves black bears but no one knows them as well as Whistler local Michael Allen, who's been studying our resident black bears for the past 20 years. The Insider takes a video ride-along on one of Michael's incredible bear viewing tours.

#WhistlerUnfiltered Behind the Photo: Fore!… Bear!

Periodically throughout the summer The Insider will track down the stories (and people) behind some of the #WhistlerUnfiltered images. This week we talk bears on the golf course with Whistler local and frequent #Whistlerunfiltered submitter Phil Chambers.

Whistler is Bear Country. Be Smart.

As summer rolls in The Insider reminds everyone to be Bear Aware. But check out this great footage of our local black bears courtesy of Brian Hockenstein Cinema.

Best Places in Whistler to Spot a Bear

It's a thrill to see a bear in the wild but 500 pounds of muscle and claw doesn't make for a good playmate or photo-shoot model, if you're too close. The Insider reveals the worst and the best places to spot a black bear in Whistler.

Stay Longer: 5 Reasons to Work Remotely in Whistler

Move your home office to the mountains and enjoy nature and adventure on your doorstep. Here are five reasons to remote work from Whistler this summer.

The Local’s List: July 2020

After our COVID-19 hiatus, it feels pretty amazing to start writing this Local’s List again, showcasing what’s happening in Whistler for the month of July.

This summer we’re learning to adventure a little differently, changing our pace to adjust …

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