Summer in Whistler is generally all about the lakes and forests, with a few hikes tossed in for good measure, but the same mountains that bring us good times all winter also have lots going on in the summer months. Check this list of the Top 5 On-Mountain Activities for Summer.
The Whistler Children's Art Festival celebrates it's 29th year in town, making it the oldest kid ever.
Get ready for a weekend of performances, crafts, laughs and a few dads dressed up in pink bird costumes...
This summer 65 highly trained musicians will perform some of the most appreciated music in human history over two nights of free, outdoor concerts in one of the most scenic venues in the country.
Whistler Presents: Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. You don't want to miss this.
No one does summer as well as a kid. That sense of freedom, unplanned adventure and the soothing bliss that goes with two months off school is what the warm months are all about. Here are a ton of great ways to keep your kids stoked in Whistler this summer. And parents can relive a bit of that childhood freedom as well.
Whistler is a town custom built to host a party and Canada Day is, country-wide, our nation's biggest party weekend of the Summer. How does Whistler kick out the jams and celebrate the red maple leaf? Read on...
Throughout the summer Whistler Village hosts free street entertainment, music and live art performances. For a behind the scenes glimpse The Insider asked local painter Andrea Mueller to keep a journal of her very first live art painting session.
Whistler is an extreme town. We definitely play much harder than we work. Sightseeing is not an extreme sport, however, so there's no reason to be intimidated by a chance to take in our wonderful scenery. To make things easier on everyone, here is a How-To Guide to Whistler Sightseeing...
A picture is worth a thousand words and, courtesy of local photographer Mike Crane, we've got a 28-shot photo recollection of what the last six months in Whistler looked like. Twenty-eight thousand words worth of memories, no reading required.