In large cities, you’ll often hear the phrase “something’s always brewing,” but that saying could rightfully be applied to British Columbia these days. With dozens of craft breweries in Vancouver and Victoria plus one or more in nearly every small town, B.C. has become a destination for craft beer lovers.
In the summer months, there is no shortage of outdoor activities to enjoy in Whistler. But in recent years, one sport in particular has caught the attention of ladies: golf.
If you’re like many Whistler locals and visitors, your feet spent the winter being stuffed into ski and snowboard boots, ice skates and winter boots. With flip-flop weather upon us, it’s time to think about freeing your feet.
Getting there is half the fun — or perhaps more than half. That is certainly true of the drive up the Sea to Sky Highway from Vancouver to Whistler, which ranks consistently as one of the world’s most scenic drives.
In wintertime the occupying passion of locals and visitors alike is to ski and snowboard the vast terrain of Whistler and Blackcomb mountains. While it’s true that downhill snowsports are considered the main menu, Whistler has a tantalizing cornucopia of other winter activities to try. This coming winter, why not expand your tastes and sample something new?