Spring

A Guide to Sea to Sky Waterfalls

Waterfalls are both intense and relaxing at the same time. Call it the duality of nature if you like, we call it good clean fun for the whole family (plus a time-warp!) Check out this list of the Sea To Sky's best waterfalls.

Whistler Triathlon – Multi-Sport Days of Spring

How does skiing in the morning then paddleboarding in the afternoon then a round of twilight golf sound? Or what about snowmobiling, bike park and some disc golf? Spring in Whistler is all about the multi-sport day so check out what the locals are doing to enjoy the sun.

Preparing the Whistler Mountain Bike Park

The Whistler Mountain Bike Park opens May 18, but only thanks to the crew who shovel all last winter's snow out of the way. We talk to park manager Brian Finestone about what exactly goes on before the real fun begins. Get ready to get muddy.

Deep Breaths, Fresh Air – Whistler Yoga

As the Whistler Yoga Conference fires up for another year we examine the local yoga scene and why it makes sense to do your deep breathing in clean, fresh mountain air.

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...

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.

Chefs’ Favourite Things About Spring

Spot prawns. Spring lamb. Fiddleheads. Asparagus. Watercress. Limited batches of organic gin from the Pemberton Distillery. The promise that it will soon be warm enough to eat ice cream!

Ancient Cedars, a Tree-Huggers’ Paradise

Stretch your mind as you stretch your legs with a hike to Whistler's Ancient Cedar Forest - the best way to meet Whistler's oldest locals. These 900 year old old-growth trees are just waiting to be hugged. (Not that you'll be able to wrap your arms around their girth.)

Disc Golf – Whistler Style

An allergy to plaid keeping you from the golf greens? Why not hit up one of Whistler’s free disc golf courses. No shirt required. So much more than mere Frisbee, this casual pastime is the perfect lazy-day Insider activity. Although we can't promise you won't lose your temper...
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