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.
Whistler really comes into its own in the festive season with the twinkly lights, fresh snow, mountain views and cozy fireplaces, and it lasts all month long. However, there’s only one night that rings in the New Year, so here’s how to celebrate on December 31 in Whistler.
There's something simply magical about seeing twinkling lights adorning trees and buildings, the sparkle and glow being reflected in the white snow that blankets the ground below. Let's take a look at how Whistler turns into the twinkle town that brings that festive spirit to life each year…
While winter may be confined to three months in other parts of the world, in Whistler we revel in it for six! Each month offers unique must-do events, activities, and snow sports, making it hard to know when to visit.
One of my favorite and most anticipated events is Cornucopia, happening November 8 - 18, 2018. Why? Well, if food, drink, local celebrity chefs, and signature parties aren’t enough, then the perfect fall weather, gorgeous scenery and luxurious accommodations should make any person put this event at the top of their list.
There are over 90 food and drink events happening during the 11 days of the Whistler Cornucopia festival. This can be a little overwhelming at first glance, but we've got some handy guides that can help you navigate these incredible events.