Whistler has you covered for tasty food & drink and unique gifts. Indulge in a classic Australian dessert with a “peaked” lamington at Peaked Pies; treat yourself to decadent fudge from Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory; pick up a custom gift basket to thank that special person at Blackcomb Liquor Store; order a hand-made pet bowl for the furry family member, from White Dog Studios.
Stoneboat Vineyards 2014 Verglas “(This wine) is a blend of Oraniensteiner and Pinot Blanc that exhibits a mix of burnt orange peel, honey and apricots. And it serves as an ideal B.C. ice wine to pair with Quattro’s seared Quebec Foie Gras, with port wine reduction and pickled fennel.
Being an artist is risky. It takes years of practice, whether swinging a paintbrush, drawing a carving knife, or taking countless photographs. There’s no guarantee you will master your art form, or that collectors will buy your artwork if you do. And yet, courageous creatives take the leap. Some emerging artists, often with a modest body of work, are just starting on their careers.
Whistler’s art galleries are an “adventure” that you should also fit into your visit. Take the time to stroll and appreciate the wide array of artists represented and mediums to cater to all tastes. Find that special piece to fit into your home to remind you of your time in Whistler.
We in Whistler love the winter, whether we’re spending it on the ski hill, snowshoeing in the backcountry, or building a snowman with the kids; but it does wreak havoc on our skin. Cold temperatures followed by blasts of central heating dry our skin out, leaving us feeling chapped, tight and sensitive. However, a visit to a local spa can help remedy the ravages of winter.
Be inspired by the style and indulgence found in Whistler. If you are looking for a day off from adventure, or perhaps you need to gear up for your next adventure, check out these featured products and visit our local retail partners. Happy Shopping!