The Great Snow Earth Water Race was one of the most exciting events in Whistler history and after a 20-year hiatus it is returning in May 2014 as part of the new GO Fest: Whistler Great Outdoors Festival.
Insider editor Feet Banks can't believe there are people in the world who dislike spring skiing so he enlists a handful of snowsport experts from far and wide to break it down in a simple Top 5 list of why spring skiing in Whistler is so awesome, it might even rival winter.
When it comes to celebrating a fantastic day in the mountains, few places do it as well as Whistler. And the kings of Whistler après are the hair farmers. Check the video to learn the trick to dancing in ski boots and why life is better when you're dancing on the tables.
With an epic ski tradition that spans 25 years, Richard Bell and his ski team (Black Velvet) have seen Whistler evolve into one of the world's best ski resorts. The Insider takes a closer look at the story behind this group of ski buddies.
Winter is coming but there's time for one last hike before the snows hit the valley floor. With new trail and signage upgrades Whistler's Ancient Cedars trail is the perfect last hike of the season. Thousand year old trees always impress and the mushrooms are phenomenal this time of year.