June is wellness month in Whistler and this year, it’s the launch of the new Nourish Whistler Wellness Series. Offering 30-plus unique events throughout the month, it’s a culinary and wellness event series designed to nourish the body and mind. Join illuminating masterclasses and speaker series, indulge in nutritious meals, tap into your creativity at art events, connect with nature and move your body. Dive into the Nourish Whistler Wellness Series details in our Insider’s Guide.


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June is also National Indigenous History Month in Canada, a time to recognize the rich history, heritage, resilience and diversity of First Nations, Inuit and Métis. A trip to the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre should be on every Whistler visitor’s to-do list all year round, but it has special resonance this month as we celebrate National Indigenous History Month (June 1 to 30) and National Indigenous Peoples Day, on June 21. Experience immersive cultural programming all month long, artists’ markets and kid’s crafts, plus free admission on June 21 thanks to their sponsors CIBC and RMOW.

Here’s what’s happening this month in Whistler.

Outdoor Adventure

You’ll find us:

  • Rolling down the rocks in the Whistler Mountain Bike Park with the Garbo and Creek Zones opening on June 8. Read our 101 Guide if you’re thinking of heading into the park for the first time this summer and always check the bike park hours of operation page before making your biking plans.
  • Running our hands along the snow walls on Blackcomb Mountain. Whistler Blackcomb snowcats carve a canyon out of the snow that you can walk through for a short period of time in the early summer. Read more in our blog on the Whistler snow wall experience.
  • Heading up the Whistler Blackcomb Ascent Trails for Hike for Health on Sunday, June 16. Last year the event raised more than $86,000 for the Whistler Health Care Centre, and this year it’s raising funds for mental health services within our community.
  • On our bikes for the WORCA Toonies (chiller and thriller trail options), which happen weekly on Thursdays and in the Whistler Bike Park for Phat Wednesdays.
  • Pushing ourselves on any one of the races and challenges happening in Whistler this month including the Whistler Half Marathon, Comfortably Numb, Back Forty Marathon XC MTB Race, Trans BC Enduro, Tenderfoot Boogie Trail Race, XFONDO, Canada Cup XCO and BC Championship XCO. Phew! Read the Going the Distance: Running Events & Races blog for more information!


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Born and raised in BC, Arden currently resides in Pemberton where she enjoys all the area has to offer, especially mountain biking, skiing, hiking and lake dips. When Arden isn't getting the adrenaline pumping on the trails, she is in the dance studio teaching classes throughout the Sea to Sky.