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Whistler Beer 101

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Everything in Whistler just seems to go better with beer. Long day playing in the powder? Head straight to après and order a beer. Sweltering summer day? Grab a spot on a patio and get thee a pint. Filling time during shoulder season? Better pair those back-t0-back ski flicks with a cold one. Since Whistler [read more]

[Interview] with Artist Andrea Mueller

Andrea Mueller Whistler ContemporaryArtist
Maybe it’s the incredible scenery that surrounds us. Maybe it’s fueled by the action sports we play. Maybe there’s just something in the water. Whatever it is, there’s something about Whistler that inspires creativity. From photographers to filmmakers, painters to writers, there is no shortage of talented people in our mountain town. Andrea Mueller is [read more]

It’s Time to Swap Your Skis for Your Mountain Bike!

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Whistler Village is looking a little different these days. While you can still spot a few die-hard skiers and snowboarders meandering the Village Stroll in heavy boots and winter gear, you’re more likely to observe throngs of armor clad mountain bikers speckled with dirt, tough-looking bikes in tow. May 16th marked the official opening day [read more]

The World of Whistler Weddings

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Thinking of saying “I Do” to Whistler? We don’t blame you: when it comes to weddings, Whistler has it all. Given that Whistler is less than two hours away from Vancouver, it provides an accessible alternative to a destination wedding for those who live in the Vancouver area—though it’s an equally worthy locale for those [read more]

It’s a Dog’s Life at the Summit Lodge

Dog Friendly Whistler Hotel | Summit Lodge Hotel
At the Summit Lodge, pets are acknowledged as beloved family members. “Can you imagine traveling without your kids?” exclaims Lorraine Yeung of the Summit’s marketing department, echoing the sentiments of general manager Tony Medd. Indeed, the entire staff welcomes dogs with arms wide open—literally. “Our front desk staff looooove dogs,” says Lorraine. “We love to [read more]

World Ski & Snowboard Festival

World Ski & Snowboard Festival
Every April, the World Ski & Snowboard Festival (WSSF) takes Whistler by storm. Over 250,000 fans flock to the world-renown mountain resort each year to witness North America’s largest annual snowsport, music, and mountain culture celebration.  No matter how you do it – by boat, by plane, by train – just get to Whistler from [read more]

Whistler’s Fire & Ice Show

Fire and Ice Show
Sunday nights start with a bang when fireworks light up Whistler’s winter sky. Magical, spectacular fireworks burst and pierce the darkness, illuminating Whistler Mountain. The oo’s and awe’s of the admiring crowd are swept away by the winter wind. Sounds pretty picturesque, eh? But wait, we’re just getting started! Visitors and locals alike who gather [read more]