Stay longer and save this summer with 4-night stays from $189 per night plus a free $100 Adventure Voucher. If you are a BC or Washington resident, be sure to check out Whistler Rewards for the best seasonal deals and perks. You can also win a trip to Whistler by entering the Summer Recharge Contest, which includes return flights, accommodation and a whole host of incredible Whistler activities.

Fresh start, fresh snow! January in Whistler is officially midwinter, which means you have every outdoor winter activity to choose from. Try cross-country skiing in the stunning vistas of Whistler Olympic Park, snowshoe amongst the trees at Lost Lake Park, explore the Callaghan Valley via snowmobile, ice fish on a frozen lake, and so much more.

Whatever you’re doing, remember to wrap up warm and bring extra layers – it’s a cold time of year! Take a read of How to Stay Warm On the Slopes in Whistler for tips.

From January 23 to 30 we’re proud to celebrate Whistler Pride and Ski Festival, one of the biggest gay and lesbian ski weeks in North America. The LGBT2QI+ pride week features a packed events schedule of guided skiing and snowboarding, as well as a variety of après events.

The festival team is currently working hard to program a festival that keeps the spirit of Whistler Pride alive while prioritizing the health and safety of attendees, so please check back soon on their events page for more information on 2022 events and tickets.

Outdoor Adventure

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Adventure Lite

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More ways to get outside.

Family Fun

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  • Sledding and ice skating at Whistler Olympic Plaza, and warming up with a hot chocolate and sweet treat from the surrounding coffee shops.
  • Sliding down icy lanes on a rubber donut at the bubly Tube Park, open daily until 6 PM, which makes it a great après-ski activity for the whole family.
  • Admiring the beautiful artwork of fifteen amazing Canadian artists at the Trees of Hope silent art auction, which raises funds for Canuck Place Children’s Hospice. It’s on display at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler and Mountain Galleries until January 31.

More family-friendly activities.

Arts & Culture

  • Giggling the Snowed In Comedy Tour, which comes to the Arts Centre on Monday, January 24 (shows are at 50% capacity).
  • In awe, as we check out the glow-in-the-dark creations of local artist, Dave “PEPE” Petko at his solo show at The Gallery, at the Maury Young Arts Centre starting Saturday, January 8. His artwork contains phosphorescent pigment which, when charged with light, glows in the dark; slowly fading and creating an eerie nighttime version of the painting.
  • Discovering the world of Jean Paul Riopelle with Riopelle: The Call of Northern Landscapes and Indigenous Cultures, on display at the Audain Art Museum until February 21, 2022.⁠
  • Visiting the Adele Campbell Fine Art gallery on January 1, the last day of their Annual Art of Winter Group Exhibition, which celebrates the gallery’s incredible, Canadian artists.
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More arts and culture activities.

Eating, Drinking & Shopping

  • Travelling the globe via hot chocolate at the Braidwood Tavern, whose bar team have created a menu of boozy-hot chocolates with hints of Paris, Tokyo, Oaxaca, Whistler and the North Pole!
  • Getting cozy at the new Winter Den, pop-up restaurant at Nita Lake Lodge. The decor and menu are a celebration of the winter season with playful and inspired dishes like Duck Donuts, Lobster Radiatori and succulent, Prince Edward Island Steaks. They also have cheese and chocolate fondues, and of course an extensive list of wines, craft cocktails, beers and winter warmers.
  • Sampling some of the winter cocktails at Whistler’s bars and restaurants like the Apple Crisp at Black’s Pub, the Grampa’s Topcoat at The Raven Room, Coffee Boulevardier at the Cinnamon Bear Bar, and Lavender Sour at Caramba.


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More on Village shoppingdining and arts and culture.

Save the Date

Whistler happenings to put in your calendar for the month ahead.

Find more event information on our events calendar.

Don’t Forget . . .

      • Please remember that COVID-19 isn’t on vacation, stay home if you have any symptoms, however mild, and get tested if your symptoms are consistent with COVID-19
      • Practice physical distancing
      • Wear a mask in indoor public settings
      • Wash your hands often
      • Winter tires and chains are required on the Sea to Sky Highway 99 between October 1 to March 31.
      • Winter parking regulations are in effect November 1 to March 31. There’s no parking in the Day Lots from 3 AM to 6 AM for snow clearing, and in Whistler neighbourhoods there’s no parking on the even side Monday to Friday 9 AM to 5 PM (excluding holidays), and no parking on the odd side year-round.
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You can often find Dee exploring all Whistler has to offer with her three-kid tribe in tow. Originally from the UK, Dee enjoys balancing out high-thrills adventures with down-time basking in the beauty of the wonderful place she now calls home.