Activities & Tours

Glide, ski, trek or snowshoe - it's time to get back to nature and move through the mountains.

Winter Storm Watching in Whistler

A winter storm is a treat for the senses, so instead of waiting one out we have some suggestions for how you can embrace it.

Know Before You Go: Outdoor Activities off the Slopes

Whistler has lots of activities that take advantage of its wide-open spaces. We look at how you can soar, scale and soak it all in.

Get Hooked: Fall Fishing in Whistler is World-Class

Insider, Ben Osborne, gets hooked when he heads out on the rivers with Valley Fishing Guides to see what fall fishing is like in Whistler.

Side-By-Each: A Whistler Off-Road Adventure

Insider, Feet Banks takes his son on an off-road mountain buggy adventure in Whistler's Callaghan Valley, where mud meets machines!

Know Before You Go: Whistler Activities and Tours

From rafting to ATVs and ziplining, Whistler's activity providers make life pretty exciting. Here's how they're keeping you safe on the tours this summer.

Locals Reveal Their Whistler Summer Bucket Lists

Get some Whistler adventure ideas from the Insider team as they tell us what's on their Whistler bucket list for the summer.

Stay Longer: 5 Reasons to Work Remotely in Whistler

Move your home office to the mountains and enjoy nature and adventure on your doorstep. Here are five reasons to remote work from Whistler this summer.

Insider’s Guide: Multi-Generational Travel in Whistler

Family travel is even better when you get the grandparents involved, see our tips for a fun and easy multi-generational trip in Whistler!

Whistler for Tweens and Teens

Activity ideas for teenagers in Whistler. From ski lessons to bungee jumping, climbing to ice skating, Whistler has loads to do for teens.

Starlight to Candlelight: It’s Date Night in Whistler

Looking for winter date night ideas? From ziplining to comedy shows, Whistler offers experiences as unique as your relationship.

Whistler Bungee Jumping: On Fear, Gravity and Getting Old

Whistler Insider, Feet Banks finds himself in a harness, strapped to another person, and staring out over a 53-metre (160 feet) drop into the glacial torrents of a river. This is bungee jumping, Whistler-style.
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