Nature All Around

Whistler is smack dab in the middle of nature, so it's easy to get into the wilderness quickly. Go for an invigorating run on the Valley Trail, hike into the forest to explore local flora and fauna, or set out on two wheels to bike Whistler's trails all afternoon long.

Know Before You Go: Whistler's Hike and Bike Trails

Adventure Differently: Hike in Whistler This Summer


A Fresh New Office Space

Stay in Whistler during the week and move your family and home office to the mountains. Whistler has an abundance of wide-open spaces to work in and easy access to adventure when you need a break. Work remotely from Whistler this summer to reduce stress, enhance creativity and boost productivity.

5 Reasons to Work Remotely in Whistler

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Thrills and Chills

Have you checked bungee jumping off your bucket list yet? How about whitewater rafting or off-roading? Whistler's got it all, so sprinkle some adrenaline fun into your summer getaway.

Whistler Bungee Jumping: On Fear, Gravity and Getting Old

Exploring Whistler's Wilderness by RZR


Many Ways to Dine

From sun-drenched patios, to easy take-out, off the beaten path picnic spots and oh-so-convenient food trucks, Whistler has serious options for eats and there's no reason to get hangry.

See What's Open

Know Before You Go: Dining in Whistler


Slow Down and Wander

Whistler's Cultural Connector is a special route to the arts, a chance to uncover the people, places and paths of Whistler. Weaving its way to six of Whistler’s cultural institutions including the Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre, Audain Art Museum and Maury Young Arts Centre, there are parks and walkways found throughout.

Exploring the Cultural Connector in Whistler

Arts and Culture in Whistler


Dirt Reigns Supreme

Explore the gritty, brown goodness of Mother Earth with more than 500 bike trails in Whistler's valley. Take on everything from easy green trails to endless technical ascents and descents through old-growth rainforest. If you love to pedal, Whistler's got what you need.

Cross-Country Biking in Whistler

Planning and Packing for a Whistler Bike Trip


Illuminate Your Evening

A new spin on evening entertainment, Vallea Lumina is a multimedia night walk set in the forested surrounds of Cougar Mountain. Ignite your senses with an immersive light show as you follow the story of two long-ago hikers and the wondrous things that happened near Whistler.

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Vallea Lumina in Whistler


Take Some Me Time

There's nothing like a peaceful paddleboard session early in the morning followed by a leisurely latte and croissant at a local cafe. And an afternoon of pampering at the spa or retail therapy is always a good idea, so take time to breathe deep and spoil yourself this summer – you deserve it.

Health & Wellness



Golf Your Heart Out

Whistler has four championship golf courses from four of the world’s top designers – think you can do them all while you're here? Picture wide-open fairways, challenging games and unbelievable views and you've got Canada's premier golf destination.

Know Before You Go: Whistler's Golf Courses

How to Golf in Whistler Like Matt Ginella


Explore the Valley in Style

It's the latest trend you're going to want to try! E-bikes increase your pedal power, making recreational riding more fun and accessible. It's the ideal way to explore Whistler's valley from north to south, stopping at lakes and parks, checking out public art, and visiting the eclectic Function Junction.

Finding Space: From Village to Valley

Insider's Guide to Whistler Creekside


Discover Adventure in the Callaghan

Head just south of town to discover a side of Whistler you may not know. The Callaghan Valley has so much to see and do, from biathlon and disc golf at Whistler Olympic Park, to viewing Alexander Falls, wilderness hiking, bear viewing and 4x4 tours.

Hiking and Adventure in the Callaghan Valley

Whistler Insider: Bear Viewing Safari Experience

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