Whistler Bungee Jumping: On Fear, Gravity and Getting Old

Whistler Insider, Feet Banks finds himself in a harness, strapped to another person, and staring out over a 53-metre (160 feet) drop into the glacial torrents of a river. This is bungee jumping, Whistler-style.

Readers’ Choice: Top Blog Posts of 2019

Here's a recap of your top blog posts from The Whistler Insider in case you missed anything, or are looking to join us in the years to come.

Whistler Through Your Eyes: The Best Insta Photos of 2019

Whistler through your eyes - a round up of your best Whistler Insta photos of 2019. Join us on a visual trip down memory lane.

How to Skeleton and Bobsleigh in Whistler

Everyone can slide like an Olympian at the Whistler Sliding Centre. Read first-hand accounts of the Public Skeleton and Passenger Bobsleigh experiences.

Mountain Sightseeing for Non-Skiers

No planks? No problem. Here's a handy list to get you going for your non-skiing, winter, mountain sightseeing experience in Whistler.

Insider’s Guide: Comfort Food in Whistler

We’ve been on the hunt for some of Whistler’s best comfort foods. As it turns out, the list is exhaustive, but here's a few of our top picks.

Insider’s Guide: Backcountry 101

Where do you start with backcountry exploration in Whistler? We decode it for you in this Backcountry 101 guide with Whistler Insider, Abby Cooper.

Insider’s Guide: Whistler Festive Events Unwrapped

With the snow falling and our fairy lights twinkling, it’s time to get your festive on in Whistler with these events.

Whistler in Winter: The First Time

Firsts are special, they have the power to leave deep impressions and create long-lasting memories. Here are our tips for your first time in Whistler.

Snow School for First Timers: Never Ever Days

Whistler Insider, Katy Cameron, takes her first turns on the slopes with the help of Whistler Blackcomb's Never Ever Days ski and snowboard school program.

Avalanche Skills Training 2: Learning About the Human Factor

Human nature and the call of snow can both be blinding in the face of hazards, Insider Ola Krol shares how she learned to overcome these in Extremely Canadian's Avalanche Skills Training 2 Course.
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