Family Time

It's time to reconnect with your family.

Long live the Fun-and-Games

Athletes have always been drawn to Whistler, but the emphasis, post-Olympics, as the resort hosts more multisport events, competitions and challenges, turns out to be less about the medal tally and more on the fun-and-Games, as one Whistler Insider discovered during the 2011 North America Outgames.

Highlights of the Sea to Sky Highway

If there were beauty contests for bitumen, the Sea to Sky Highway would be reigning title-holder for its gorgeous curves and sheer pleasure on the eyeballs. The proof is in the Porsche ads that have been shot there! We've rounded up some of the highlights of driving the 99er, so your journey is as rewarding as the destination.

Head for the Hills – Whistler’s Best Alpine Hikes

RISE UP. The most accessible alpine in the Northwest awaits. Bike it. Hike it. Hitch a gondola ride. But don't linger in the valley when you can stand on the shoulders of giants. Our Whistler Insider rounds up her favourite three alpine hikes to tick this summer.

A Singing Pass to free concerts

With the Grand Opening of Whistler Olympic Plaza, the best new outdoor concert venue in BC, Whistler's Summer of Sound hits PLAY. Free concerts, every weekend in August, boost the case made by conductor and bandleader Jeff Maskell that music-lovers have a pretty good gig in Whistler. Now everyone has a Singing Pass.

Fresh films screen at Open Air Movie Nights

Fresh air and films make for a magic combination, as any drive-in aficionado knows. In Whistler, the open air movie night tradition of Lunafliks are a bike-in or walk-in event.

Slow Cycles and Cruiser Adventures

Here, we’ve rounded up a host of free summer Slow Cycles and Cruiser Adventures so that huck or cruise, whichever way you roll, the power of the pedal is with you.

10 Reasons Your Dog Wants to Come to Whistler this Summer

Ever wondered what your dog is dreaming about when he's twitching happily in his sleep? How about Whistler trail runs, belly-soaks, off-leash beaches, home-made organic treats, black tie dinners, pet-sitters and concierges who remember his name. This week's Insider gives a two-paws-up to Whistler as a dog-friendly getaway catering to the R&R needs of blended (canine human) families.

Best Places to Feed a Family – Cheap Eats for Tribes of Three or More

All-in for under $50 for a family of four? No problems.

5 Ways to Unleash Your Inner Olympian in Whistler

From the Whistler Sliding Centre to Whistler Olympic Park - here's how you can unleash your Inner Olympian.

Beaches, Balls and Whistler Summer Fun

There's more to do at the beach than get wet. Check out this list of ball sports, lawn games and other summer fun.

Free Golf for Generation Z

Whistler golf pro, Alan Kristmanson, reveals free or near-free ways to get your golf fix on when you're in Whistler with the family.

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