Family Time

It's time to reconnect with your family.

The History of Whistler Restrooms (and Whistler Skis too)

Most of the Whistler Museum's new exhibit is based on the long and storied history of skis and snowboards in this valley, but yes. There's a restroom component as well.

Turkey Sales, Ski Movies & The Whistler Life

Local skier and Olympian Julia Murray talks about Thanksgiving in Whistler, the first ever iF3 Whistler ski film fest and the return of the annual Turkey Sale. That's a day and half of epic ski flicks and 10,000 square feet of deals on all the best gear.

Whistler’s Ancient Cedars Hike: Old Trees, New Trail

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.

Whistler Wedding for Ski Cross Champ Ashleigh McIvor

Thinking about getting married in Whistler? Olympic Ski Cross champion and hometown girl Ashleigh McIvor just did, and it was the party of the year.

The Rocky Mountaineer Train: Top Five Best Things

The train is a classy way to travel and the Rocky Mountaineer trip up to Whistler is the best way to enjoy the Sea to Sky corridor.

Whistler Ziplines Part 2 : Ziptrek Ecotours

In part two of the Whistler Zipline series we head out with Ziptrek Ecotours for some zipping around (and learning about) some of Whistler's pristine ancient rainforest.

Whistler Ziplines Part 1 : Superfly Ziplines

Ever reach highway speeds on a thin steel cable suspended 600 feet above the ground? Then check out part one of a two-part series on Whistler Ziplines.

Stop and Smell the Wildflowers: Whistler Alpine Hiking

Life is about taking the time to stop and smell the flowers. Especially if you're hiking atop Whistler Mountain.

Whistler Hiking: Rainbow Lake Trail

Tall trees, rushing rivers, marshland boardwalks and pristine alpine views. The hike to Rainbow Lake is a true Whistler Classic, but at 16 km round-trip you gotta be willing to work for it.

Music in the Mountains: Vancouver Symphony Orchestra in Whistler

The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra returns to Whistler July 16-21. Time to 'culture up' with a full orchestra of classically trained musicians performing for free in one of North America's most scenic venues.

Whistler Children’s Festival – 30 Years Young

The older you get the more you realize how awesome it is to be a kid. And, for a kid, there's very few things awesomer than the 30th annual Whistler Children's Festival which hits town July 13-14 2013.
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