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The Summer Side of Whistler

The Summer Side of Whistler

As the days grow longer and the Whistler Valley warms up, it’s time to immerse your senses in summer. Take deep breaths of pine-scented air on an alpine hike. Listen high-pitched whistle of the hoary marmot, for which Whistler is named. Dive off a dock into the fresh, cool waters of one of Whistler’s immaculate lakes. Sip a locally brewed beer on a sun-baked patio. Taste the bounty of produce from local farms. Take in the sights of the craggy peaks, lush valleys, rushing rivers and clear lakes.
Hot Spot - The Salted Vine

Hot Spot - The Salted Vine

The winding drive from Vancouver to Whistler along the Sea to Sky Highway is one of the most scenic routes in the world. But until recently, this narrow stretch between rugged mountains and sparkling ocean fjord was more or less a culinary desert, with fast-food chains perhaps the most noticeable, and a few roadside pubs. The arrival of The Salted Vine Kitchen + Bar in Squamish has changed all that...
Squamish

Squamish

Located halfway between Vancouver and Whistler along the scenic Sea to Sky Highway, Squamish used to be known as a sleepy forest-industry town and rest stop between the two better-known destinations. But with its strategic location at the head of the spectacular fjord known as Howe Sound, its place as a rock-climbing mecca punctuated by the signature granite monolith the Stawamus Chief and the opening of the Sea to Sky Gondola, Squamish has earned wide acclaim as a tourist destination.
Sommeliers' Picks

Sommeliers' Picks

Winter in Whistler is the perfect time to cozy up to some big, hearty red wines from British Columbia's Okanagan Valley. These local sommeliers are currently crushing on Syrah, often referred to as Shiraz in the New World, a progeny of Dureza and Mondeuse Blanche grapes from southeastern France. They are available by the glass in these local restaurants and at local liquor stores.
Capturing The Spirit of the Wild

Capturing The Spirit of the Wild

Canadian artists, whether political or not, play a role in offering a unique view and spiritual interpretation of both Canadian and international wilds, places so remote most of us will never have the opportunity to see them with our own eyes.
What We Love Now

What We Love Now

Experience what we love this winter with some local Whistler favourites. Venture down to Coast Mountain Brewing in Function Junction and grab a seat for a taste-bud tour. Enjoy the technical and experimental aspect of bringing authentic Old World breads and seasonal desserts to Whistler at 200 Degrees Bakery. Find a wide variety of warm, wintertime comfort food like pasta and pizza on the Gnarlyroots menu, as well as healthy, energy-boosting meals full of nutrition from the salad bar.
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Local Vibe

Local Vibe

Giving you the inside information on what’s happening, what’s fun and what’s new in Whistler. Have you heard that Vail Resorts bought Whistler Blackcomb? Find out about Whistler’s Audain Art Museum mandate to connect young people with art. If you love to recreate in Whistler's backcountry you'll rejoice the news about the Spearhead Huts Project. Pickup some local lingo and find out where old skis go to die.
Celebrating a Passion

Celebrating a Passion

James Walt Executive Chef Araxi Restaurant + Oyster Bar It takes a village to grow a restaurant. Such is the subtext of Araxi: Roots to Shoots Farm Fresh Recipes, a sumptuous new farm-to-table cookbook by Executive Chef James Walt. Following on the success of his award-winning first book, this one isn’t so much about Walt and his cooking. Rather, it is a tribute to all the hard-working people - the bartenders, the sommeliers, the managers, the cooks and, most of all, the farmers and food suppliers - who make the acclaimed Whistler restaurant go round.
Why don't you...

Why don't you...

Whistler’s awe-inspiring scenery is the backdrop for an exceptional variety of activities. Why don't you try some of these unforgettable Whistler experiences this winter. Attend Whistler Blackcomb’s free half-day, introductory-level avalanche awareness courses. Fll your belly and thrill your senses with Canadian Wilderness Adventures’ Yukon Breakfast Tour. Track your achievements on the mountain with the WB+ app.
This Ain't Your Typical Mountain Fare

This Ain't Your Typical Mountain Fare

When you’re grabbing a bite to eat between runs on the mountains this winter, you may notice that a few things have changed. Find out some of the changes you'll see including more seating, new food options and more.
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Scandinave Spa Whistler Expansion Now Open!

After much anticipation, the new building at Scandinave Spa is now open! This brand new building is 4,144 square feet and features stunning views of Whistler, Blackcomb and Sproatt mountains.

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Audain Art Museum Opening

Yesterday Whistler Traveller was privileged to get a sneak preview of the spectacular Audain Art Museum. After having our sneak preview we must say that the exhibitions and the architecturally impressive building are something that must be seen and experienced in Whistler.

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Deep Winter Photo Challenge

On Saturday, January 9th, the 10th annual Deep Winter Photo Challenge took place at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler and Whistler Traveller was there.

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Going Beyond Screening

Whistler Traveller was proud to be at the sold-out Whistler Blackcomb 's ‎50 Years of Going Beyond‬ official premiere on Saturday, October 10th.

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Shhh, Diner en Blanc is coming!

Have you heard? Once again this year, the elegant white wave of dinner guests will invade one of the most prestigious locations of the resort. Dîner en Blanc returns to Whistler on Friday, August 21st, 2015. Registration ends August 15th!

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