Whistler Breaks summer activity guide!
Let us give you the shakedown on the best activities for yourself and the family this summer!
What to expect when booking a trip to Whistler this summer!
Calling all foodies! Find out why November is a great time to visit Whistler in this years run down of the towns annual Food + Drink event.
Mountain Dining Whistler Blackcomb
The best time to stop for lunch is either early (11.30am) or late (post 2pm) to avoid the busy times! Here’s a quick summary of some of the great places to eat on the mountains:-
The wellbeing and safety of our guests and staff is our topmost priority. With guidance from our Government, we are following their lead advising against all non-essential travel. Therefore, we are currently only open to those seeking a monthly rental or those needing to self-isolate.
Heli Skiing with Powder Mountain
The combined tenures of companies operating in Whistler total nearly a million acres, meaning fresh tracks always await skiers and boarders on nearly every run. Powder Mountain specializes in day trips, semi-private and private packages, and has the best price tag for heliskiing in Whistler.
Vallea Lumina Whistler
Early season is the perfect time to enjoy a relaxing, pre-festive getaway to a winter wonderland. Whistler gets ready for the holidays early so you can take in the sparkle of lights, quieter slopes and a myriad of activities – all before the festive season officially begins.
Looking to stay somewhere special this winter?
If you’re looking for a ski vacation this winter, here are some highlights from a few of our select properties (perfect for family vacations or a couples retreat
North America’s biggest ski area and host to the 2010 Winter Olympics, Ski Safari started out here in 1996 and we’ve been organising ski holidays in Whistler ever since.
Do you have the guts Whistler Bungee
Whistler Suspension Bridge – Would You ?
Whistler Suspension Bridge – a 427-ft-long (130 meters) suspension bridge at the peak of Whistler Mountain, located at an elevation of about 7,200 ft above sea level. This bridge is about 98 ft (30 metres) longer than the Sea to Sky Gondola’s suspension bridge.