Most of us started 2022 off cautious, yet optimistic. We quietly wondered if this would be the year normalcy finally returned, a year of moving forward. We left the comforts (and confines) of our homes and reconnected with loved ones and stretched our sights to new horizons. At last, it was time to dust off our suitcases and resume those bucket list travel plans we put on hold for far too long. 

Whistler Village slowly returned to its bustling, vibrant self as we welcomed back travellers from all over the world. Events like Whistler Beer Festival, Cornucopia and GranFondo all returned for the first time in several years. The excitement over the return to travel has been palpable and we’re stoked to share with you a snapshot of the thrill and adventure that makes Whistler so unique. 

The photo galleries below are from visitors and locals who explored Whistler this year and gave us permission to share their images by tagging them #OnlyInWhistler on Instagram. We hope that they fill you with excitement and give you some inspiration for your 2023 travel plans. And perhaps your photos will grace our blog in the years to come!













As we look to 2023, we hope these photos ignite your adventurous spirit and set you off on your journey to Whistler. If you have any questions about coming to Whistler, the travel consultants are the ones to ask. They live and work in Whistler, so they know their stuff and are passionate about sharing their home with the world. See you soon!

This spring, for every third night you book between March 1 - April 30, 2024, receive a free $75 CAD Whistler Après Voucher. Book your summer stay by April 30, 2024, and save up to 30% on lodging and 20% on activities. Plus, you’ll receive a free $150 Activity Voucher on stays of 3 or more nights. Secure your mountain getaway with for personalized service and the local knowledge of our Whistler-based team


Brittany is a former city-living journalist turned mountain-loving ski bum. Born and raised in beautiful BC, she takes pride in writing and creating content in the best place on earth (Whistler), and is the social media specialist at Tourism Whistler. In her spare time, you’ll normally find her exploring the mountains on a snowboard or in a pair of hiking boots.