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Walk Like an Olympian (or Blending in When Whistler Goes Olympic-Crazy)

Walk Like an Olympian (or Blending in When Whistler Goes Olympic-Crazy)

From village to alpine, Whistler eagerly welcomes the regular folks who want to participate too – but may not have the youth or dedication required to pursue their sporting passion on a full-time basis!

Don’t Let Them Eat Cake: A Guide to Staying Safe on Whistler’s Mountains

Don’t Let Them Eat Cake: A Guide to Staying Safe on Whistler’s Mountains

From taking an unexpected detour into the Cakehole on the backside of Whistler, to simply finding yourself on the wrong side of the boundary tape, there are many pitfalls to avoid on the mountains.

How to Enjoy Whistler in the Winter if You Don’t Ski

How to Enjoy Whistler in the Winter if You Don’t Ski

In the middle of winter it’s hard to escape ski culture in Whistler. From the latest gear oozing out of Whistler’s myriad ski shops to the hordes of people all marching towards the lifts in the morning – it’s clear to see why Whistler is hopping at this time of year.

Eat, Drink, Drink and be Merry in Whistler

Eat, Drink, Drink and be Merry in Whistler

It is full on winter in Whistler and what better time to reminisce about the past year and the new one ahead than during après and drinks at one of Whistler’s cozy restaurants? Luckily the bars and restaurants in Whistler have cocktail menus that will intrigue even the most jaded sipping aficionados and what’s more, Whistler bartenders have a penchant for using local spirits, wines and ciders.

Great Last-Minute Stocking Stuffer Ideas that Celebrate Whistler

Great Last-Minute Stocking Stuffer Ideas that Celebrate Whistler

By now, many of presents are wrapped and hidden away in the back of the closet. But what about stocking stuffers? Here in Whistler there is no shortage of items to fill up those oversized socks. From gift certificates to gourmet foodie gifts, the valley has something for everyone on your gift list. Here are a few ideas to make a flat stocking overflow with uniquely Whistler “good things”.

Heli-Skiing 101 – Are You Ready to Take the Plunge?

Heli-Skiing 101 – Are You Ready to Take the Plunge?

You may have caught the skiing bug cruising down one of Whistler and Blackcomb’s many runs and in its backcountry bowls, but there may come a time when you would like a little more and to ski and board away from the crowds.

When to Indulge on Your Whistler Vacation

When to Indulge on Your Whistler Vacation

Sometimes a little indulgence is what makes a vacation truly memorable. Whistler Blackcomb has opened, the snow is deep, and the skiers and boarders are pouring into Whistler, ready to enjoy exceptionally good early season conditions.

Whistler Dessert Guide: Cap Off a Perfect Day on the Mountain

Whistler Dessert Guide: Cap Off a Perfect Day on the Mountain

There is something about a day enjoying the great outdoors which makes ordering an entrée and a starter just not enough. Ordering dessert is a must! Here are some of the best places to indulge your sweet tooth after your day on the mountain.

How to Pace Yourself for the Upcoming Ski Season

How to Pace Yourself for the Upcoming Ski Season

The skis are being waxed. The snow line is being watched. It is countdown time for the opening of Whistler Blackcomb on November 23rd and many people cannot wait for the first gondola ride of the season.

Things To Do When It Rains In Whistler

Things To Do When It Rains In Whistler

It can get a bit damp in Whistler during the autumn months but if you think the rain will ruin your day in Whistler, you’d be mistaken. Whistler has plenty of things you can do, even when it’s raining outside, including throwing axes, jumping on trampolines, swimming, watching movies, and reading books.

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