From the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games to the rise of mountain biking and a cultural revolution, Whistler's evolution continues.
In the third in our People's History series, Feet Banks goes back to when snowboarders were forbidden on Whistler and local ski racing legend Rob Boyd took a monumental win (inspiring generations of kids).
In the second of three posts, Feet Banks goes back in time to when skiing on Whistler and Blackcomb mountains was just a twinkle in a skier’s eye.
As Canada celebrates it’s 150th anniversary this summer, The Insider takes a look at Whistler’s local history in a three part series.
The official first day of summer, June 21, is also Canada's National Indigenous Peoples Day. Check out the celebrations at the Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre and kick it with some original Whistler-area locals.
Most of the Whistler Museum's new exhibit is based on the long and storied history of skis and snowboards in this valley, but yes. There's a restroom component as well.
We get a local guide's perspective on pedalling and paddling in Whistler, as she takes adventurers on a kayak and bike tour.
Check out Whistler's top cross-country biking trails (for every level of rider) with local rider Hailey Elise.
The Local's List is a curated monthly guide of what's happening in Whistler; here it is for the month of August.
We check in with the team at Crankworx Whistler to give us the low down on where to catch the biking action this August.