Whistler is home to a vast network of hiking trails, these hikes require preparation, proper clothing and equipment, find out what you'll need to bring with you on your Whistler hike.
There’s an enormous range of children’s summer camps in Whistler from classic outdoor activities like biking, skiing and snowboarding (yes, even in summer) to arts and music.
Whistler’s Great Outdoors Festival, better known as GO Fest, offers four days of sports, music, arts and culture in celebration of spring. Ready to try something new?
Vegans and vegetarians, rest assured, you won't go hungry in Whistler. From spicy tofu tacos to vegan chocolate cake there's something to satisfy your every craving.
Whistler really comes into its own in the festive season with the twinkly lights, fresh snow, mountain views and cozy fireplaces, and it lasts all month long. However, there’s only one night that rings in the New Year, so here’s how to celebrate on December 31 in Whistler.
Whistler has a ton to offer families—with kids of all ages—on and off the famous ski runs. Here’s a sample of some fun family activities, divided by approximate age group, that you can do off the slopes.
If there were beauty contests for bitumen, the Sea to Sky Highway would be reigning title-holder for its gorgeous curves and sheer pleasure on the eyeballs. The proof is in the Porsche ads that have been shot there! We've rounded up some of the highlights of driving the 99er, so your journey is as rewarding as the destination.