Arts & Culture

From First Nations culture to the latest in contemporary art, music and more - Whistler's arts and culture scene runs deep.

Next Gen Athletes Find Their Calling at Whistler Sliding Centre

The Whistler Sliding Centre, host track of the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games, is turning a new generation of locals on to skeleton and luge.

Learning to Ski Powder in Whistler

Whistler is the place to learn how to ski powder, Leslie Galysher from Whistler Blackcomb Snow School shares her best tips to get you started.

Whistler Artists on Finding Inspiration Outdoors

Whistler artists have it made when it comes to stimulating surroundings, see what they have to say about their source of inspiration.

Why Do Aussies and Brits Love Whistler so Much?

Now, it’s no secret that the mountains here are stunning and of course the skiing is world-class but we have wondered, why do Brits and Aussies love Whistler so much?

Whistler’s Most Instagrammable Spots

From our quaint Village up to the endless snow-capped peaks Whistler is filled with Instagrammable photo spots. Check out some of our local favourites.

Rogers Hometown Hockey Comes to Whistler

This February 9 and 10 it's going to be all things hockey at Whistler Olympic Plaza as Rogers Hometown Hockey rolls into town. Hockey is to Canada what football (soccer) is to England, and sumo wrestling is to Japan - it's an intrinsic part of the culture.

Snowboarder to Backcountry Skier: Switching Skill Sets

How a snowboarder became a backcountry skier - photographer and mountain explorer, Bruin Alexander shares his story of becoming a beginner again.

Hidden Gems of Whistler’s Après Scene

The tradition of après may have originated in France but in true Whistler fashion a local spin has been put on it. Here, you can après any way from playing family games to vodka tasting in an ice room.

Through Your Eyes: The Best Insta Photos of Whistler 2018

We had some stellar photos come in over 2018 and we’ve rounded up the best of each month as voted by you! Whistler is one of the most photogenic places on the planet, and here’s fourteen killer Insta photos to prove it.

Magic Moments: Whistler 2018 in Photos

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and so we thought we'd let our incredible photographers do the "talking" as we look back over the most magical Whistler moments of 2018. 

Drool Alert: Whistler Foodie Photoblog

We sent local photographer, John Entwistle to some of our favourite food spots around Whistler to capture a little menu magic with his lens. From mountain tops to Caesar salad, waterfalls to crème brûlée, forests to brisket sandwiches - John covers it all.
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