Activities & Tours

Swim, bike, slide, hike, roll or run - it's time to get back to nature and move through the mountains.

Top 10 Whistler Spring Activities for Families

Locals and savvy visitors know that that spring is a fantastic time to visit Whistler. Learn why the spring could become your family's new favourite season.

Snowmobiles, Steak and Starlight

Featuring a thrilling snowmobile ride and delicious steak dinner in a remote log cabin, this tour is an unforgettable Whistler experience.

Insider’s Guide to Snowshoeing in Whistler

Looking to slow down and enjoy the scenery? Strap on a pair of snowshoes and head out on Whistler's trails for a mellow meander or heart pumping climb.

Whistler Bucket List Activities

A bucket list is a great way to motivate yourself to do your dream activities. This list of unforgettable Whistler activities has options for all budgets.

Hidden Gems of Whistler’s Après Scene

The tradition of après may have originated in France but in true Whistler fashion a local spin has been put on it. Here, you can après any way from playing family games to vodka tasting in an ice room.

Insider’s Guide to Family Activities Off the Slopes

Whistler has a ton to offer families—with kids of all ages—on and off the famous ski runs. Here’s a sample of some fun family activities, divided by approximate age group, that you can do off the slopes.

Inspiring Mountain Innovations on a World Scale

Let's take a look at what puts Whistler Blackcomb at the top of that bucket list for any skier, boarder, hiker, and mountain-lover out there.

What’s New in Whistler for Winter 2018/19

Never satisfied with the status quo, Whistler has a whole range of new and exciting experiences for you to try on your next visit.

Insider’s Guide to a Whistler Family Ski Vacation

Ski vacations are perfect for building family memories together. Learn some tips and tricks for an effortless family vacation in Whistler.

Insider’s Guide To Rainy Day Activities In Whistler

As we settle into fall weather there is no need to stay home and get cabin fever. Learn how to make the most of rainy days until the ski season starts.

Whistler Bear Viewing Safari Experience

The best way to safely view bears in the wild in Whistler is through a bear viewing tour. Whistler Photo Safaris offer a guided experience that not only takes you to the site of the 2010 Winter Olympics and Paralympic Games, but also gives you the opportunity to see bears in their natural habitat.
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