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Accessible Adventures in Whistler

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Whistler’s natural beauty and outdoor adventures draw people from all around the world to visit this spectacular mountain town. It is a town of inclusivity where kids can explore a wheelchair-accessible playground in the centre of the village, adrenaline-junkies can go ziplining or bungee jumping, or try a new sport such as downhill mountain biking…

Your Detailed Guide to the Whistler Olympic Plaza

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The Whistler Olympic Plaza is located in the heart of Whistler Village and thanks to the legacy of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games what once was a swath of trees is now a state-of-the-art outdoor performance facility and community space. During the 2010 Winter Olympics, the Whistler Olympic Plaza was the site for nightly medal…

Everything to Do in Whistler’s Callaghan Valley

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Whistler’s Callaghan Valley is a hotspot for all things tourism, all year round. The Callaghan Valley is a massive area that has many facets, encompassing Callaghan Lake Provincial Park, Olympic Park and Callaghan Country. These names are often used interchangeably to reference the entire area.  With seemingly endless backcountry terrain, towering waterfalls and views to…

Exploring Whistler Blackcomb by Snowshoe

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Are you a non-skier or snowboarder that’s looking for an alternative activity to do in Whistler? There are a fair number of activities to choose from during your visit, and it is highly recommended to experience Whistler snowshoeing as a must-do activity on your adventure list.  This winter activity is fantastic as it is great…

Whistler: A Cornucopia of Nordic Sports

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The Nordic sport of cross-country skiing originated in Scandinavia thousands of years ago and was not introduced to Canada until the late 1800s. Today in Whistler, nordic skiing is enjoyed from December to late-March at several venues in the vicinity of town.  It is a great activity to get the blood flowing, explore a new…

A Run Down of Whistler Events, Markets, and Activities in December

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Whistler in December is a magical time of year. The mountain is into the full swing of ski and snowboard season, the snow is falling, and holiday joy is spreading through the village. There are several activities and events in Whistler to keep you with an exciting and never ending to-do list on your holiday…

Travel BC | Road Tripping Beautiful British Columbia

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Congratulations, it’s official! You have booked your flights to beautiful British Columbia and are now are commencing “Operation: Plan Your Trip.” This is a once in a lifetime trip, so buckle up and get ready!  Especially during the summer months, British Columbia has become a very popular hub for RV road trips because of the…

Whistler Event Roundup | Fall 2019

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Fall may have the reputation for being “dead season,” when the temperatures cool off and the summer goers head home. Snow is still far off but the lakes are too cold to swim in. Days are getting shorter but the holidays are still far off. It’s easy to see why people may think this is…

Explore Whistler | Sleigh Rides Edition

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Sleigh Bells ring, are you listening?  Take a gentle stroll through the forest on a traditional horse-drawn Whistler sleigh ride this winter and discover the magic of Blackcomb Mountain at night.  A horse-drawn sleigh ride is a true Canadian winter experience that people of all ages can enjoy – during the holidays, the sleigh books…

Wild, Wild Canada | Fly Fishing Whistler BC

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Fly fishing Whistler, BC should be on every angler’s bucket list. Imagine picturesque rivers, glacial-fed lakes, and mountains visible from every angle. On top of that, fish are biting year round and the well-stocked waterways are a haven for rainbow trout. Bring your own gear or take a trip with a local outfitter to get…