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Art Galleries

Whistler Traveller

Visit Whistler’s exceptional galleries to admire an array of artistic talent and perhaps find that unique piece for your home.

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Pemberton – Gateway to Adventure

Steve Fisher | Images by Joern Rohde

Nestled in a fertile, verdant valley surrounded by incredible mountain peaks, the community of Pemberton is a hidden gem in the heart of the Coast Mountains. Located just 25 minutes north of Whistler, Pemberton (in what’s known to locals as the Spud Valley) enjoys a slightly warmer and sunnier climate.

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Exploring Vancouver’s Best Urban Getaways

Rebecca Wood Barrett | Images by Joern Rohde

In 1889, the year after the creation of Stanley Park, the sixth Governor General of Canada, Lord Fredrick Arthur Stanley, took part in a procession around the just-completed Park Road to Prospect Point along with Mayor David Oppenheimer, who had opened the park the previous year.

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Local Vibe

David Burke and Dee Raffo

Giving you the inside information on what’s happening, what’s fun and what’s new in Whistler. Find out more about the must-have fashion accessory of the year and where to get one that is uniquely Whistler; learn about our featured local animal, the Steller’s jay; find out about the municipalities plan for a Sea to Sky Geopark; the world’s top junior Nordic athletes to visit Whistler in 2023.

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Why Don’t You

David Burke and Dee Raffo

Whistler’s spectacular scenery is the backdrop for an exceptional variety of activities. Why don’t you try some of these unforgettable Whistler experiences this winter? Experience a Canadian campfire cookout, snowshoe and dine, with Canadian Wilderness Adventures; feel the rush of bobsleigh or skeleton at the Whistler Sliding Centre; escape to Callaghan Country Wilderness Adventures’ Journeyman Lodge; take an enchanted multi-media nighttime stroll at the base of Cougar Mountain with Vallea Lumina.

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My Whistler – Bringing Words and People Together

Rebecca Wood Barrett / Images by Joern Rohde

“I run before I know how to walk,” says Stella Harvey in reference to her tendency to grab hold of an idea and sprint with it. And for two decades now, Sea to Sky Corridor readers and writers have been the beneficiaries of her indomitable sense of purpose.

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Whistler Welcome to Sea to Sky Country

David Burke / Images by joern Rohde

Whistler truly has something for everyone — terrific outdoor adventures, world-leading attractions such as the Peak 2 Peak Gondola, varied and vibrant restaurant and nightlife scenes, incredible artistic and cultural events…

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RESERVOIR by Rebecca Belmore

Rebecca Wood Barrett

A silvery leviathan rises from the depths of the ocean. Behind a block of crystal-clear ice, a woman reaches out, her fingertips brushing the surface. A figure wearing orange coveralls stands knee-deep in still water. A woman and a man are hunted through a forest in deep snow; a shot rings out.

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Snow Sports Reimagined

David Burke

This past summer, sales of bicycles and bicycle parts soared in North America as citizens seeking socially distanced outdoor recreation after months of coronavirus-related restrictions forged their way out onto the roads and trails.