Halloween is Whistler's unofficial best night of the year. We've got trick or treating, fireworks, haunted houses and this year even some real ghosts and exorcisms. Plus it usually snows in the valley on November 1. Boo!
After laying out some of Whistler Cornucopia's more affordable options, this time around we're featuring the best of the best events and parties for all the high rollers, big timers, and serious bosses out there looking to live it up a little. Enjoy.
You don't to be a connoisseur of all things lush and expensive to enjoy Whistler Cornucopia. Check out The Insider's tips and tricks for how to get the most out of Whistler's premier food-and-wine party without breaking the bank.
Autumn is the perfect time to cozy up with a book, but how about an author? The 11th annual Whistler Readers & Writers Festival has everything from intimate readings, kids workshops, live jazz and loud, public arguing.