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Local Vibe

David Burke | Images by Joern Rohde

Giving you the inside information on what’s happening, what’s fun and what’s new in Whistler. Find out more about prioritized visitor education; learn the etiquette of dog-friendly Whistler; read more about the Skwxú7mesh language and understanding the signs along Highway 99; get more information on the e-bike evolution and where you can ride them around Whistler.

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Why Don’t You

David Burke | Images by Joern Rohde

Whistler’s spectacular scenery is the backdrop for an exceptional variety of activities. So, why don’t you try some of these unforgettable Whistler experiences this season? Take a bucket list, heli-ice cave tour with No Limits Heli Adventures and enjoy lunch by the Bearfoot Bistro; experience a flight on Ziptrek’s Sasquatch line; perhaps a much-needed stress leave at Scandinave Spa; connect with local art and culture with a Whistler Cultural Pass to the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre and the Audain Art Museum.

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My Whistler

David Burke | Images by Joern Rohde

Dave Clark is all about building community — whether it’s working with friends and neighbours to organize a charitable event, bringing runners together to enjoy a jaunt amidst Whistler’s jaw-dropping scenery or ensuring much-needed community services have the financial support they need to thrive,

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Whistler Welcome to Sea to Sky Country

David Burke | Images by Joern Rohde

Whistler is a great place to get away from it all — and as COVID-related travel restrictions ease, a mountain town with lots of places to spread out while stretching the legs, breathing in some fresh mountain air, and appreciating nature after being cooped up and vacation-starved during the pandemic.

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Showcasing Canada’s North

Rebecca Wood Barrett

AUDAIN MUSEUM. The idea of life in the North conjures images of vast, snow-covered landscapes, Arctic sea ice and polar bears — a place where all beings have adapted to living in the extremes of the long, cold polar night and the brief midnight sun of summer.

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Via the Valley Trail

Steven Hill | Images by Joern Rohde

Whistler has undoubtedly earned its reputation as a year-round, world-class resort, offering visitors from all over the globe an unmatched mountain experience with adventure activities galore. Those include skiing, snowboarding, ziplining, bungee jumping, pretty much heli-everything, and much, much more.

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Trekking the Trails

Darryl Palmer

Undeniably, most of us feel the need to get outside after being cooped up during these crazy times. What better way to do that than getting out for a hike on the trails, reconnecting with nature, and getting a little exercise.

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Favourite Hikes on Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains

Steve Fisher

A hot summer day. A cloud-free, bluebird sky that is so vibrant, you can hardly believe it’s a real-life shade of blue and not something photoshopped. The sun is warming your face while the scent of wildflowers and perhaps the freshest air you’ve ever breathed fills your nostrils.

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Monarchs of the Park

Steve Fisher

It’s easy to watch the mountain bikers racing into the Village from Whistler Mountain’s slopes and think, “What a bunch of crazy kids!” The Whistler Mountain Bike Park offers no shortage of high-speed trails, jumps and drop-offs, and things that don’t look like anything people could ride a bike down! However, as the sport of mountain biking matures, so do its long-time fanatics.

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Golf Surges to the Fore

Darryl Palmer | Images Joern Rohde

The world’s gone crazy — well, golf crazy, that is. We’ve all felt it at some point this past year… a yearning to get outside, to be with friends, to socialize.