Walking on the shared, traditional territories of the Squamish Nation and Lil’wat Nation in Whistler

Expand your Mind

Grow from a new experience that pushes your boundaries or learn something new at one of Whistler’s arts and culture hubs. Interested in holistic health? Go for a snowshoe along the Medicine Trail and sample healing teas from plants or visit the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre for live demonstrations of weaving, carving, cedar prepping, and other cultural regenerative activities.

Arts and Culture in Whistler

Activities in Whistler

Scandinave Spa Whistler

Soak in the Moment

Rest and reset with traditional Finnish hydrotherapy at the Scandinave Spa. With a steam room, hammocks, sauna, yoga room, plunge pools and more there are plenty of options for each cold-hot-relax cycle. The spa offers a full range of massage services (Swedish included) and an onsite café – you could spend all day rejuvenating there.

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The Whistler Insider: Cold Water Dips in Whistler


Meditation on the Move

Practice forest bathing on the trails in Whistler for lower blood pressure, a clearer mind and happy joints. Or, find your flow state on a bike, skis, snowshoes or stand-up paddleboard, the options for moving meditation are endless. Whichever you choose, breathe deep and let that fresh mountain air vitalize you.

Explore Whistler Activities

Insider's Guide: Forest Bathing in Whistler

The Whistler Farmers' Market


Wander through the Whistler Farmers’ Market in the summer months for fresh made juices, tasty smoothies and local produce. Try out Whistler’s cafés and restaurants that have mastered making healthy dining delicious like The Green Moustache, Naked Sprout and Alta Bistro.

Dining in Whistler

Insider's Guide: Vegetarian and Vegan Eats in Whistler

The Fix Cafe

Chill Out

Curb your coffee craving at one of Whistler's many coffee shops or bring your to-go mug and soak up your vitamin D on a sunny patio. Visit Armchair Books for a good book, journal or postcard to pair with your fave beverage. Meet a friend or chat with the friendly locals.

Cafés and Restaurants in Whistler

Having fun in a Whistler snowstorm

Embrace the Storm

Nothing says Coastal Mountains like a moody sky contrasted with a cozy atmosphere to watch Mother Nature’s show. A winter storm is a treat for the senses, so instead of waiting one out, find calm or adventure in it!

Winter Storm Watching in Whistler

Meditation on Alta Lake

Dawn on the Dock

Take your book, yoga mat or runners down to one of Whistler’s lakes for a peaceful start to your day. Water is the brain’s natural de-stressor, just looking at it makes the mind calm. A cool dip first thing is sure to energize you for the rest of the day. Visiting in the winter? Grab a hot coffee and stroll around the winter wonderland via the Valley Trail.

Whistler’s Lakes and Beaches

The Whistler Insider: Winter Walks Guide

Book Whistler Vacation

How to Book

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Girls' Getaway in Whistler

The Insider's Guide to a
Girls' Getaway in Whistler

A good set of girl friends can be some of the best vacation partners you could ask for. Learn how to plan the ultimate girls' getaway.

Whistler Village in Autumn

Fall in Whistler:
Uncover More Adventure

Indulge your senses in Whistler this autumn with an abundance of activities, wide-open spaces and great value on accommodation.

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Savour the Season with a
FREE $100 Dining Voucher

Enjoy great value on accommodation this fall with rooms from $129, plus a free $100 Whistler Dining Voucher to use at some of your favourite restaurants.