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Whistler definitely is a place for thrill-seekers, but paradoxically the mountains also allow us to find peace and can fill us with a sense of reverence. When I look back over the best Insta photos for the year, I can see this juxtaposition reflected in the images. At a time when we are focused on the need for respect of our natural heritage, I know that locals and visitors to Whistler share this call to protect what we have here. How could we not want to shield something so incredible?

Just take a look at the best Insta photos of 2019…

January: Scenic Arrival

February: Outdoor Playground

March: Bird’s-Eye View

April: Fuzzy Neighbours

May: Lost Lake Alpenglow

June: Summer Lupins

July: A Place to Relax

August: Riding with a View

September: Trails Worth Trekking

October: Autumnal Colours

November: Fall for Arts

December: Santa Loves Snow

To be featured on the @GoWhistler Instagram account, tag your best Insta photos @GoWhistler and #OnlyInWhistler. Although these photos are inspiring, there’s nothing like experiencing the real thing – come and explore with us

Bonus: Early Riser


On her days off Ola can be found hiking around the Whistler area, or pulled over on the Sea to Sky highway in her Yaris, which never fails to break down. She also enjoys skiing and making crepes for her friends.