WHISTLER ADVENTURE NEWS

10 Winter Sports to Try in Whistler This Season

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With world-class facilities and an abundance of snow, Whistler makes for a great place to try your hand at a variety of winter sports.  Better yet, as host to the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, Whistler is home to Olympic-grade venues to try out winter Olympic sports such as biathlon, bobsledding, and even skeleton. Who knows,…

Snow Mobiling in Backcountry Paradise Whistler’s Sled Tours

The pristine, untouched blanket of snow and vastness that is hard to comprehend. The shimmer of the sun on freshly fallen flakes and the crisp mountain air. Seemingly infinite opportunity, terrain and adventure. Thinking of snow mobiling Whistler’s backcountry? You got it.  Whistler’s backcountry is becoming ever more popular, with seven percent of skiers and…

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…

Get Into the Backcountry | Snow Cat Tours

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Whistler is known for its epic resort and many people visit from all over the globe just to get a taste of the Whistler powder. But, the resort is only a small percentage of this fantastic mountain landscape. There is so much vast space to explore beyond the bounds of the resort. Many visitors prepare…

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…

Miss the 2010 Whistler Olympics? Experience the Whistler Olympic Park

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Ten years too late to experience the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Whistler? Not to worry – there’s still tons of Olympic opportunities to be had at the Whistler Olympic Park.  Thanks to the Olympics, this extraordinary park has been left to the town of Whistler for both locals and visitors to enjoy in the…

20 Reasons Whistler is Better in Fall

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 There are endless things to do in Whistler year-round, but the crisp temperatures and beautiful changing leaves make fall one of the best times to visit. As the days get shorter and the die-hards pray for snow, there are still many opportunities to see the best and most beautiful aspects of Whistler.  Know Before You…

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…

Vancouver to Banff | The Perfect Road Trip

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Canada has some of the most beautiful scenery in the world and the places to hike, swim, sightsee and photograph are endless. The Rocky Mountains, from Vancouver to Banff are a highly sought after region for the adventurer and especially the photographer.  The best news? The drive is half the fun. With epic backdrops and…