What makes Whistler an iconic, big-mountain ski destination? We ask someone who grew up playing on the slopes here.
Whistler's Ancient Cedars Trail is the perfect fall hike. Thousand-year-old trees always impress and the mushrooms are amongst the stars of the forest.
Waterfalls are both intense and relaxing at the same time. Call it the duality of nature if you like, we call it good clean fun for the whole family (plus a time-warp!) Check out this list of the Sea To Sky's best waterfalls.
The main viaduct of Whistler’s pedestrian Village Stroll is a meandering, cobblestoned route that connects both ski hills to four public squares and over 100 shops and eateries, before easing onto the great lawn of Whistler Olympic Plaza and the Marketplace.
Lost Lake Park has the trifecta - a network of hiking and biking trails, lakeside beach and mountain views. Check it out with our Insider!
Cool down those tastebuds this summer with a list of the best spots in Whistler you can get Ice cream, gelato, sorbet and frozen yogurt.
Digging into the passion and stories behind Ed Noisecat’s new house pole at the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre offers life lessons for all.
After a long, awesome winter we're ready for some serious patio time. View our guide to après spots in Whistler - and bring on the sun.
Off the back of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics we take a look at Whistler's Olympic legacies and how you can experience them today.
Sun's out, Fun's out. The Insider offers a few locals' tips to ensure your spring ski day is all-time.