A Dog’s Life in Whistler

A Dog’s Life in Whistler

With warm weather in the forecast this week we’re not ready to let go of our summer dreams just yet! Take a wander through the streets and trails of Whistler with our four legged guide Luka to see what a day in the life of a dog is like in Whistler. From trail running to dock diving and meeting new friends on the Village stroll, exploring Whistler is guaranteed good times for human and hound alike.

Dog Parks and Beaches in Whistler

Canine Cove, Lost Lake Park. PHOTO MIKE CRANE

Luckily you don’t have to leave your pal behind when you go on vacation. Whistler has a ton of pet-friendly accommodation where the welcome mat is laid out for you and your pooch, along with multiple dog beaches and dog-friendly hiking trails as well as places to explore on snowshoes and xc skis in winter. So whatever the season, bring your dog so they can get a taste of the Whistler life too.

For more information on bringing your pet to Whistler, visit Whistler.com.

Enjoying the awesome views from Whistler's Flank Trail

The Flank Trial, Whistler’s Westside. PHOTO MIKE CRANE

Brian Hockenstein

Brian Hockenstein

Brian Hockenstein is a Whistler-based photographer and filmmaker who loves nothing more than spending time in the incredible British Columbia wilderness and sharing the amazing sights he sees along the way, whether through photography, film or emerging technologies such as Virtual Reality Video.

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