How To

From how to wax your skis to Insider's Guides to our festivals and events, this is top-notch advice from locals.

Whistler Hiking – An Introduction

It's easy to experience the magic and relaxation of the wilderness around Whistler, just strap on your hiking boots. Here are six classic Whistler-area hikes to help get you moving.

Sightseeing in Whistler – A How-To Guide

Whistler is an extreme town. We definitely play much harder than we work. Sightseeing is not an extreme sport, however, so there's no reason to be intimidated by a chance to take in our wonderful scenery. To make things easier on everyone, here is a How-To Guide to Whistler Sightseeing...

WSSF- How to Festival

Whistler's World Ski & Snowboard Festival is the best "season-ender" party on the planet. Ten action-packed days of high-energy good times might seem difficult to navigate but The Insider makes it easy with this handy "how-to" guide. More partying, less standing around wondering what to do...

Drink, Dance, Repeat – A Whistler Nightlife Guide

Finally, an Inside scoop on what Whistler nightclubs are going off on what night. (hint- they all go off almost every night. Bring an extra liver...)

Blake Jorgenson- Photography Tips from a Pro!

Blake Jorgenson is a multi-award-winning Whistler photographer who's shot with all the big-name pros for all the big-game companies and publications. This week he's giving back to all the amateur photographers out there with a couple tips on how to shoot better photos in the mountains. Thanks Blake.

Best Places in Whistler to Spot a Bear

Most of us have been sleeping with bears forever, so it's a thrill to see one in the wild. But 500 pounds of muscle and claw doesn't make for a good bedmate, playmate, or photo-shoot model, if you're too close. The Insider reveals the worst and the best places to spot a black bear, or three, in Whistler.

How To Build a Whistler Inukshuk

Traditionally found in the far north, the Inukshuk is fast becoming a Whistler icon. Learn the history and how to build your own.

A Guide to Whistler Ice Cream

Ice cream, gelato, sorbet, frozen yogurt...any way you serve it summer is all about a nice refreshingly cold treat. Here's a list of all the best spots in Whistler to chill out and cool down your tastebuds.
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