Thanks to digital technology more and more of us are able to work remotely, taking beautiful locations like Whistler as our offices. Insider Blair Kaplan has tips to help the digital nomad feel right at home in the mountains.
In the third of a five-part series, local riders Hailey Elise and Ollie Jones check out the gentle ascents, friendly signage, and beginner to intermediate descents of Lost Lake, with plenty of photos to get you keen and suggested trails for beginners to experts.
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.
In the second of a five-part series, local riders Hailey Elise and Ollie Jones check out the rooty, but flowy mountain bike trails found on Blackcomb Mountain, with plenty of photos to get you keen and suggested trails for beginners to experts.
In the first of a five-part series with local riders Hailey Elise and Ollie Jones, check out the mossy, slabby mountain bike trails found north of Whistler Village, with plenty of photos to get you keen and suggested trails for beginners to experts.
From taking time out to play to being good adventure buddies and knowing how to completely relax, dogs have plenty to teach us about living well. Meet Whistler's Instagram-famous dogs (and their owners) and get their take on living the good life in the mountains.
Whistler is open for golf season and after a couple of weeks of sun the conditions couldn’t be better. Local golfer Jay Grottoli has come up with the ultimate itinerary, featuring insider info on Whistler’s four courses from playability to patios.