Cloudraker Skybridge and Raven's Eye

Whistler Blackcomb's new suspension bridge is the latest mountain innovation open during the summer months. It stretches 130 metres (427 feet) from the top of Whistler Peak to the West Ridge, crossing over Whistler Bowl at 2,182 metres (7,160 feet) above sea level. At the far end is Raven’s Eye, a 360-degree platform where you can enjoy an uninterrupted view of the surrounding mountains. Access is included in the PEAK 2 PEAK 360 Summer Experience ticket, so you can make this trip part of a full day of adventure.

Insider Guide: The Whistler Peak Suspension Bridge

Whistler PEAK 2 PEAK 360 Experience

Two people on the PEAK 2 PEAK 360 Experience

PEAK 2 PEAK 360 Experience

A one-of-a-kind gondola linking Whistler and Blackcomb mountains. Ride the longest continuous lift system in the world, in a glass-bottomed gondola, a mile above the glacial Fitzsimmons Creek. It’s a full day experience with incredible views, hiking trails to explore, free and custom guided tours and places to eat on the mountains. Don’t miss the Inukshuks which make for iconic Whistler photo ops. Be generous with time and take it all in.

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Whistler Insider: Guide to Alpine Sightseeing & the PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola


Spot a Bear

You may spot one from the chairlift or while playing a round of golf, but to guarantee a sighting of Whistler’s famous black bears, head out on a bear viewing tour. Ride in comfort in a 4x4 vehicle and learn about Whistler’s favourite residents from experienced guides and researchers.

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Whistler Insider: Bear Viewing Safari Experience


Relive the Spirit of the 2010 Games

Tick bobsleigh at the Whistler Sliding Centre off your summer bucket list, or for a slower pace, go on a free, self-guided and interpretive tour of the world’s fastest sliding track. Return to the heart of Whistler Village and discover Whistler Olympic Plaza, former home to nightly medal ceremonies, and now an outdoor hub for live music, events and picnicking.

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Browse the Whistler Farmers' Market

One farm and a few crafty types back in 1994 got things started, and now, the Whistler Farmers' Market has deep and vigorous roots in the fertile soil of the Pemberton Valley and beyond, to offer farm-fresh local produce, artisan treats, art, gifts, and dynamic entertainment, every Sunday.

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Explore Whistler by Bike on the Valley Trail

The Valley Trail is a paved cruise-way that runs for 40 km and connects all of Whistler’s singletrack trails, patios and cafes, beaches and lakes, parks and golf courses. It’s pet-friendly, chariot and stroller-accessible, and perfect to experience by cruiser bike (rentals available).

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Soak Up the Village Vibe

Urban design folk geek-out on Whistler’s pedestrian-only village – it was masterfully designed to allow humans to experience “a village in the forest” as they meander through the shops, flow along stone walkways and eddy into entertainment zones and patio clusters. Enjoy the vibe – sun, views and a lovely sense of place.

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The Design Mind Behind the Whistler Village Stroll


Take a Tasting Tour of Whistler’s Finest Dining

Decision Paralysis from the abundance of dining options is taken care of with a Whistler Tasting Tour progressive dinner. Four of Whistler’s best restaurants in one multi-course movable meal, curated by an expert guide full of local knowledge, means this is one of the rare opportunities when you actually can have it all.

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Insider's Guide to Whistler

17 Things to Do
in the Whistler Alpine

A list of unique, summer fun ideas to be found on Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains, just a short gondola ride from Whistler Village.

People hiking on Whistler Blackcomb

Don’t Love It to Death

Are we loving Whistler to death? Whistler's incredible landscape is a daily reminder of what’s at stake if we don’t take steps to protect it.

May 17 – 19 Kids with faces painted at Whistler Children's Festival

Whistler Children's

Whistler’s longest running festival engages children and families in arts and culture with a weekend filled to the brim with adventure.