O, Canada

What's so Canadian about Whistler? Throw on your best plaid and find the answer with us.

6 Perfect Spots on Whistler’s Valley Trail

Whistler's Valley Trail was one of BC's first paved bike trails and, 30 years later, remains one of Whistler's greatest assets. The Insider dishes up some history and our 6 favourite spots.

Whistler Glacier Tours: Scenery, Snow and Sliding

Hiking on a glacier is one of those Whistler summer "must-dos." And there's just something hard core about walking around with an ice axe.

Canada Day in Whistler: 9 Ways to Get Canadian

Canada is a wild and vast country so Canada Day requires a massive and crazy-fun party. Luckily Whistler was built to host massive parties so here are 9 ways to get Canadian this Canada Day...Giv'r eh?!

The Ride of a Lifetime- Whistler’s PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola

Whistler's PEAK 2 PEAK gondola is no joke. The dizzying heights and ridiculous views will appeal to anyone but now gearheads and curious minds can get right up into machinery and learn how this engineering marvel operates.

VIDEO – Whistler Innovation with Garywayne Skis

Innovation isn't always derived from desperation. Sometimes all it takes is a bunch of epic Whistler powder and a desire for new ways to rip it. Check out this video of the omnidirectional Garywayne Skis.

Good times eh? Whistler’s Canadian Experiences

Being Canadian is all about good times, great wide open spaces, snow, ice and deep fried pastries. Check out Whistler's great Canadian experiences and get a real taste of the Great White North.

Whistler 2012: The Year in Photos

Whistler Photographer Mike Crane dishes up a photographic reminiscence of the best of 2012. Happy New Year from Whistler. (Warning: Jealousy may occur.)

Dreaming on the “Top Of The World”

Whistler artist Chantelle Pellerin rides the singletrack between dream and reality as she scores a chance to be one of the first people to test-ride Whistler's new "Top of the World" bike trail.

Whistler Triathlon – Multi-Sport Days of Spring

How does skiing in the morning then paddleboarding in the afternoon then a round of twilight golf sound? Or what about snowmobiling, bike park and some disc golf? Spring in Whistler is all about the multi-sport day so check out what the locals are doing to enjoy the sun.

Mountain Meals – Whistler Loves Poutine

Whistler is a fine-dining hotspot but this week we give a little love one of the less-appreciated mountain meals — the Quebecois classic Poutine.

Lil’wat Nation & Culturally Modified Trees

The Coast Mountains have big mountains, but they also have some of the most impressive trees on the planet. Local Native peoples have been protecting and using these forests for generations and now their "culturally modified trees" may play a role in heritage and environmental conservation.
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