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Introducing #SummitCulture: Events, Activities, People and Good Vibes

Images supplied by event producer (Upswell) and event host (Garfinkel's)
Images supplied by Art Throw Down event producer (Upswell) and event host (Garfinkel’s)

Whistler is awash with adventurous activities and interesting people to invigorate your body and mind…but would you believe us if we told you there’s more to Whistler than meets the eye? And that, if you really try, you can experience a whole new creative subculture that most don’t even know exist?

Well, we’re proud to say you can and we’re inviting you on a journey – through our new blog series #SummitCulture – that we promise will change your perception of Whistler, forever!

Follow the#SummitCulture hashtag across our social media platforms to discover the unique Whistler events, activities, social scene and awesome local people that typically pass under the radar of 90% of visitors and 60% locals, and it’s our goal to get you involved, and having a great time.

To get in amongst the good stuff, though, you’ll have to venture off the beaten path, most likely learn how to read the bus schedule, and be comfortable getting to know new folks. Sounds fun, right?

Yeah, it does.

Tell Me More I Want to Get To Know #SummitCulture!

Awesome. We’re glad you’re in, welcome to the club.

Now, to stay ahead of the curve we recommend you sign up to our newsletter at the top right of the page. Each newsletter will contain (amongst other great tidbits) the latest Secret Whistler entry as we create them roughly every 2 weeks.

Alrighty, now the introduction is out of the way let’s move on to our first #SummitCulture posting.

In honour or National Coffee Day on September 29th we’re going to answer a question that we always get asked by guests: “Where is the best coffee in town?”. To find out our secret java weapon, check out our post: #SummitCulture #1: Best Coffee In Whistler Is Not What You’d Expect

Enjoy!

Whistler’s Fire & 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!

Fire & Ice Show

Visitors and locals alike who gather aren’t just awaiting the fireworks display. They’ve meet to watch Whistler’s elite skiers and snowboarders burst through the three-metre, gas-fed flaming hoops. Soaring above Whistler Village, the riders throw down stylish flips, spins and grabs for the cheering crowd below! My friends, this is the legendary Fire & Ice Show.

Top members of Whistler Blackcomb’s Ski & Snowboard School perform extraordinary feats of anti-gravity through rings of fire. Dancers and fire spinners move to the beats showcasing amazing talent, coordination and obviously no fear of the flame! The show finishes off that magical, spectacular display of fireworks that is sure to delight. The buzzing crowd then disperses throughout Whistler Village’s restaurants, pubs and clubs and cafes and shops, chatting about the astonishing performance and scrolling through snapshots of the evening.

The Fire & Ice Show is a free event that happens every Sunday night at 6:30PM during the winter months until March 30. Visiting families and friends and diehard locals watch in Skier’s Plaza at the base of Whistler Mountain. The crowd tends to gathers at the base, but there are a few bars from which to watch the show – GLC, Longhorn Saloon and Black’s Pub. The GLC offers the best view from the outdoor heated patio, and is kid friendly until 8PM.

If you prefer be up close and want the chance to watch the performers expressions when they land an epic trick, then be sure to arrive 30 minutes early and head to the base of the massive snow jump. If you get up close enough, the lively announcer might even call your kids up to answer some easy trivia questions for some pretty epic prizes.

The Fire & Ice Show is definitely a Whistler Winter Must Do. It couldn’t get any better than spending an evening with family and friends, while catching free live entertainment, all happening within a few minutes’ walk from your suite at the Summit Lodge & Spa. Be sure to grab a hot chocolate from a local coffee shop on route to the show!

For more information on the Fire & Ice Show and other Whistler winter activities, talk to our friendly staff at Summit Lodge & Spa. Toll-free 1 (888) 913.8811.

Whistler Cornucopia 2013

“Accept what life offers you and try to drink from every cup. All wines should be tasted; some should only be sipped, but with others, drink the whole bottle.” Well said Paulo Coelho. We couldn’t agree with you more!

Year-round in Whistler, locals and visitors have every opportunity to try their hand at world-renown outdoor sports, and take part in legendary festivals and activities. Whether you’ve come to ski or snowboard, bike or hike, or eat, drink and be merry, there is plenty to see and do. We’ve got another Whistler Must-Do to add to your list, and trust us when we say; you’ll take more than just one sip!

whistler cornucopia festival

Whistler Cornucopia, an annual celebration of food and wine takes place from November 7-17, 2013, and we couldn’t be more excited! Food and wine lovers will unite, and take part in interesting seminars, marvel at the masterpiece on the end of their forks, and attend gala tasting events and legendary after parties. Much more than just wine-swirlers declaring “my Pinot Noir is fruity on the nose, with notes of stewed rhubarb, fig, dried rose petals, and orange,” Cornucopia has something for everyone.

House Party is a perfect entry level event, and will kick off the Festival on November 7, 2013 at the Whistler Conference Centre from 6PM-9PM. Now recognized as one of the hottest events of the year, House Party combines live music with local foods and domestic wines. It’s a bit more casual, like a backyard BBQ, but with home-grown vodka, mico-brewed beer and much more from our land of plenty.

Looking for something more intimate? Choose one of four Chefs Table Luncheons, hosted at private Whistler mansions, and carefully prepared by acclaimed chefs. You could join award winning españa restaurant and Chef Neil Taylor for a 5 course culinary journey into the flavours of Spain. Click here for the Chef’s Table Luncheon schedule.

Each year, Cornucopia lives up to its’ name; cornucopia symbolizes abundance and nourishment. No doubt, you will stroll or perhaps stumble away feeling full to the brim with gourmet food, delectable wine, knowledge of both, and great memories of an awesome time.

Click here for the full Cornucopia schedule and tickets. If you’re finding the choices overwhelming online, don’t hesitate call our friendly and knowledgeable staff at Summit Lodge & Spa. Call Toll-free 1 (888) 913.8811.

Shoulder Season Events

Shoulder Season Events Round-up

It is 2PM, the rain is teaming down outside, and Whistler Village is damp and quiet. It’s Shoulder Season, the big break between the two influxes of sports addicts. The rubber tire enthusiasts have completed their last ride, and now flee Whistler, leaving their tiny rentals and staff-housing encampments for the incoming flood of powderhounds.

whistler shoulder season events

Life in Whistler has completely slowed down, until the end of November when Whistler and Blackcomb Mountain re-open. In these months, locals and visitors take advantage of the relaxed Whistler vibes, and enjoy heaps of great events and activities.

Whistler Turkey Sale and Ski & Snow Board Swap

A pre-winter Whistler tradition, the Whistler Blackcomb Turkey Sale returns October 8-11, 2013. With over 20,000 square feet of ski and snowboard gear for sale at up to 70% off, the Turkey Sale marks the unofficial start to winter. Located in the Blackcomb Daylodge in the Upper Village, there is no better way to gear up for the upcoming ski season. Official opening day at Whistler Blackcomb is set for November 28, 2013.

Out of Bounds

Out of Bounds: Tales From The Backcountry offers 33 days of powerful imagery by local and international photographers and filmmakers. From September 23 to October 25, 2013 drop by the Whistler Arts Council Millennium Place to view the Photography Exhibit, and vote for your favourite backcountry imagery. Voters have the chance to win PRIOR skis or a snowboard!

Performance Series

From October 2013 to May 2014 the Whistler Arts Council Millennium Place will host the Performance Series, the perfect mix of music, theatre, magic, comedy and dance. Commit to seeing them all, or just one. It’s all up to you. Upcoming shows include International Guitar Night on November 6, 2013, the British Columbia Boys Choir at December 13, 2013, and Royal Wood on February 1, 2014. Check out the full listing of this year’s performances.

Bizarre Bazaar

Handmade arts and crafts such as ceramic, clothing, fine art, wood, glass, metal, jewellery, candles and Christmas decorations all under the same roof?! You can find this and more at Whistler’s annual Holiday craft fair, Bizarre Bazaar at the Whistler Conference Center from November 20 to December 1, 2013. Entry is by donation. All proceeds support the flourishing arts and culture scene in Whistler.

Cornucopia

Wine and Food lovers unite each year at the Whistler Cornucopia festival from November 7-17, 2013. Take part in fascinating seminars hosted by renowned industry professionals, enjoy wine makers’ dinner, attend gala tasting events and dance the night away at the famous after parties. For more information and to purchase tickets visit Whistler Cornucopia.

The friendly and knowledgeable staff at Summit Lodge is eager to help you plan your Whistler getaway including these great shoulder season events! For information in booking your stay and activities call Toll-free 1 (888) 913.8811.

Whistler Beer Festival

Whistler Village Beer Festival is Coming to Whistler. Bottoms Up!

A new festival is coming to Whistler. This mountain town has hosted a variety of exciting festivals over the years, and now it’s time to celebrate beer. Yes, that’s right, beer. The 45 participating micro-breweries bring the gift of great tasting beer to share with Whistler’s finest folk.

Whistler Village Beer Festival

The Whistler Village Beer Festival will take place on September 14, 2013 at the Whistler Olympic Plaza from 1PM to 5:30PM.

The festival will showcase the talents of the Canadian and Pacific Northwest craft brewing community and a few international breweries to add flavour to the mix. Lighthouse Brewing and Phillips Brewing will be traveling from Victoria, BC. Hopworks Urban Brewery and Deschutes Brewery will be joining from Oregon, USA. While Brouwerij De Molen and Samuel Smith Brewery will be trekking all the way to Whistler from Europe! Check out a full list of participating breweries.

Beer enthusiasts will be educated on the art and craft of brewing and tasting this many-splendored thing. They’ll be given a chance to ask questions about the appearance, smell, taste and mouthfeel of the sample beers, while gaining appreciation for the devotion that goes into perfecting a pint.

While visitors and Whistler locals sip samples, the brewers will be in the hot seat, as they answer ‘beerqueries’ and share stories of their brewing passion, ultimately hoping to receive the “Best in Fest” title for most favoured brew!

If this sounds up your alley, then grab your tickets today! Tickets are $35 and include a souvenir sampling mug, 5 beer sampling tokens, a $10 coupon redeemable at a number of Whistler restaurants and bars, and a “Best in Fest” beer ballot to cast for your favourite brew. Additional tokens will cost $1.25.

While all the action takes place from 1-5:30PM on Saturday, September 14, there are various evening events that will take place throughout the weekend. View Schedule. Beer related or not, Whistler has it all! Enjoy the last days of the summer while hiking, biking, golfing, zip-lining and sightseeing! Check out all the amazing Whistler activities.

The friendly and knowledgeable staff at Summit Lodge is eager to help you plan your ‘Beerfest Weekend’ in Whistler. For more information in booking your stay and activities call Toll-free 1 (888) 913.8811.

 

Whistler in Spring

 

How great Whistler is in the spring is one of those quiet secrets. Because the traffic from peak seasons have slowed down considerably, it’s actually a great time to come. Many restaurants and activity providers offer amazing deals. Plus, Blackcomb Mountain is still open until May 27 for spring skiing! Here are a couple Spring events and savings to know about:

Whistler World Ski & Snowboard Festival – April 12 to 21, 2013
Whistler’s World Ski & Snowboard Festival returns with an awe-inspiring mix of music, art and high powered competition. The line-up reflects Whistler’s unique mountain culture; from top athletes pushing the limits of possible to free outdoor concerts, innovative fashion, photography, film and non-stop nightlife.

50% off Lift Tickets on April 14, 2013
Sunday, April 14, Whistler Blackcomb is showing its appreciation to BC Residents by offering incredible ski deals. This weekend is also the start of the World Ski & Snowboard Festival — save on skiing, stay the weekend and take it all in:

50% off a 1-day lift ticket, select snow school lessons & rentals (flash your ID at the ticket window in Whistler to get these deals April 14 only)*
World Skiing Invitational Big Air, Skiers Plaza in Whistler Village — April 13, 5 PM
Free outdoor music concerts every day
Glorious spring skiing, riding and après this weekend and through until May 27

Dine in Whistler – May 1 to 16, 2013

Whistler’s favourite spring-time culinary event is back! For two weeks this May, Dine in Whistler is serving up a diverse range of restaurants at exceptional value, from honest pub fare to authentic ethnic cuisine and fine dining. Great food and great rates on accommodation – it’s the perfect recipe for a spring getaway to the mountains. Dining options and multi-course menus from $21 to $41. Check back for updated menus.

Whistler Street Entertainment – May to November, 2013

Whistler Street Entertainment presents free, family-friendly events, attractions and performances on weekends from May through September predominantly from Friday to Monday. Whistler Street Entertainment animates the paths of Whistler Village with interactive entertainment including: live music, dance, clowning, arts & crafts for kids, sports shows, and live art displays. It is a staple for visiting and local families, acting as added value to packed summer days and holiday itineraries. For local and touring artists and performers, WSE provides the opportunity to get paid to showcase their art, develop their skills, and engage with an ever-changing audience. Further details can be found here.

Summit Lodge & Spa wants you to take home the experience of a lifetime, so call our friendly and helpful front desk staff to facilitate in booking your stay, activities and more – 1 (888) 913.8811.

Why Summit Lodge Hotel Whistler?

» Whistler Village Location
» Free Wireless Internet
» Year-round Outdoor Hot Tub
» Full Kitchenettes
» Pets Stay FREE

Call 1 (888) 913-8811 to Book your Vacation Today

WSSF Events Round-up

2013 World Ski and Snowboard Festival Feature Events


 

Music

Artists confirmed for 2013 include Nas, The Arkells, G-Love and Special Sauce, K-OS, Swollen Members, Beats Antique, Keller Williams, Kim Churchill and more.

What would a festival be without huge tunes? Kicking off the week is the BEGINNING, an opening party to set the scene. The fun continues all week with the free Outdoor Concert Series and the Bud Light Sponsored Freeride Club Series, the Bud Light Après Series and Bud Light Silent Disco. Stick around and experience the ultimate season ending party – the END.

World Skiing Invitational / AFP World Championship

Date to be confirmed

Slopestyle – Saturday, April 13

Slopestyle is a hugely integrated and technically challenging discipline, featuring jumps, rails, and features to challenge and intimidate even the best skiers in the world. The slopestyle for the WSI will be taking place in the Highest Level Park on Blackcomb.

Big Air – Daily from 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM

The Big Air jump, located at the base of Whistler Mountain, is the ultimate in ski-voyeurism. Not for the faint of heart, this jump will shock, amaze and intimidate, and that’s just the spectators! Immerse yourself in the electric atmosphere of Skier’s Plaza, and watch the mind-boggling aerial talents of the who’s who of the ski world throw down in one of the most impressive displays of raw talent and gutsy trick-wrangling in an attempt to walk away with the coveted title of Big Air Champion and endless bragging rights.
Outdoor Concert Series (FREE!)

Whistler offers up a 10-day program of free music concerts spanning a vast variety of genres. Featuring an awe-inspiring schedule of award-winning artists to keep the party pumping for the entire 10 days of the Festival.

State of the Art – Daily

Open througout the week, State of the Art is a showcase of creativity inspired by mountain culture. Sub-cultures and anti-movements are celebrated and portrayed in gritty and thought-provoking mediums. Local and international artists come from far and wide to create a community of urban, street and snow ingenuity pushing the boundaries of the State of the Art.

Olympus 72 hr. Filmmaker Showdown – **Tuesday, April 16 SOLD OUT** Encore Wednesday, April 17

Relying purely on originality, craft, speed and endurance, the OLYMPUS 72 Hour Filmmaker Showdown distills the art of film-making into its purest form – taking creative vision from concept to reality in record time in order for it to be enjoyed on the big screen by an 1800-strong audience. Filmmakers are tasked to shoot, edit and produce a 3-5 minute short film within 100km radius of Whistler over the course of 72 hours. New for 2013, the 72hr. Filmaker Showdown will be held over two nights with the winner of the Showdown announced the first night and the People’s Choice Award on the second night.

Olympus Pro Photographer Showdown – **Thursday, April 18 SOLD OUT**

As the preeminent action sports photography contest in the world, the OLYMPUS Pro Photographer Showdown is an unparalleled celebration of still images and of the commitment shown to build a body of work that captures time and captivates the human spirit. $17,000 in cash prizes have been allocated, cementing the World Ski and Snowboard Festival’s OLYMPUS Pro Photographer Showdown as the World’s preeminent action sports photography event.

Intersection – Friday, April 19

Intersection sees action sport filmmaking pushed to its limits. Filmmakers have only seven days to shoot, edit and produce a 5-7 minute extreme sports short film. The final results of their efforts will be played at this event.

The Shred Show: A Snowboarding Event – Wednesday, April 17 to 21

This year’s Shred Show will feature Slopestyle, Big Hip, Boarderstyle and Mogul Duel. The Slopestyle and Big Hip are TTR World Snowboard Tour 5-star events.

Visit wssf.com for a complete schedule of events.

 
Summit Lodge & Spa wants you to take home the experience of a lifetime, so call our friendly and helpful front desk staff to facilitate in booking your stay, activities and more – 1 (888) 913.8811.

Why Summit Lodge Hotel Whistler?

» Whistler Village Location
» Free Wireless Internet
» Year-round Outdoor Hot Tub
» Full Kitchenettes
» Pets Stay FREE

Call 1 (888) 913-8811 to Book your Vacation Today

Opening Weekend 2012

Whistler Blackcomb Opening Weekend is November 22 – 25, 2012.

It’s almost here. Ready? Opening weekend in Whistler is one weekend of the year winter sports enthusiasts look forward to all year long. With something for everyone – sports, sightseeing, entertainment and shopping – I just dare you not to have a phenomenal time. Encompassing both paid and free events catering to young, sports nuts, weekend warriors, parents and grandparents alike, opening weekend in Whistler is an unequivocal crowd-pleaser, regardless of age or budget.

 

 

 

 

 

Whistler Blackcomb Opening Weekend Highlights:

  • Whistler and Blackcomb mountains open for skiing and snowboarding. Thursday, November 22 at 8:30 am.
  • The Peak 2 Peak Gondola Opens for Winter Sightseeing.
  • Music and street performers throughout the Village from 8 am to noon, November 22 to 25.
  • Free evening fireworks displays in Skier’s Plaza. Saturday, November 24 at 7pm.
  • Performance Series Presents with performers David Myles and Ali Milner. Saturday November 24 – 8:30pm at Millennium Place. Tickets $25.
  • Bizarre Bazaar, Whistler’s Original Artisan Market, has built a reputation of presenting unique, quality, hand-made art and crafts for those looking for one-of-a-kind treasures. Saturday, November 24: 10 am – 7 pm & Sunday, November 25: 10 am – 3 pm. Entry by Donation.
  • FIBT World Cup for Bobsleigh and Skeleton at The Whistler Sliding Centre. November 23 2012 – 12:15pm to November 24 2012 – 11:45am.

 

Explore Whistler Activity Package

» 2 for 1 zipline or sleighride
» Upgrade from a deluxe studio to deluxe king forest view studio
» Free glass of wine between 5 – 6pm on Sunday or Thursday
» Book by Dec 15, 2012. Stay Jan 3 – March 31, 2013. No black out dates. Call 1 (888) 913.8811 to Book.

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Telus Ski & Snowboard Festival

The third record-breaking season in a row is nearing its end and snow sport enthusiasts are beginning to look forward to the-best-fest-in-the-west, TELUS World Ski & Snowboard Festival. Ear-marking another super amazing season, this mid April festival promises to celebrate long and hard into each night of it’s 10 day duration.

Whistler Telus Festival

With Legendary Filmmaker showdowns, Art exhibits, unbelievable musical performances and of course a gathering of the world’s most amazing athletes competing in their respective arenas – there is something to inspire everyone.

While the snow base will dictate an amazing late ski season, if you’re going to travel to Whistler for some spring POW – there is no better time than during the TELUS World Ski & Snowboard Festival.

2012 Events Overview

World Skiing Invitational / AFP World Championship

  • Superpipe – Competitors in the Olympic-sized Superpipe will aim high and throw-down in the most impressive display of on-mountain athleticism. Combining passion, prowess, positivity and pure attitude, the Superpipe lays it on the line for committed and confident skiers to take home a huge prize purse and priceless bragging rights. Located at Blackcomb Pipe
  • Slopestyle – Slopestyle is a hugely integrated and technically challenging discipline, featuring jumps, rails, and features to challenge and intimidate even the best skiers in the world. With slopestyle skiing now included in the Winter Olympic Games, expect to see slope royalty come out to play.The slopestyle for the WSI will be taking place in the Highest Level Park on Blackcomb.
  • Big Air – The Big Air jump, located at the base of Whistler Mountain, is the ultimate in ski-voyeurism. Not for the faint of heart, this jump will shock, amaze and intimidate, and that’s just the spectators! Immerse yourself in the electric atmosphere of Skier’s Plaza, and watch the mind-boggling aerial talents of the who’s who of the ski world throw down in one of the most impressive displays of raw talent and gutsy trick-wrangling in an attempt to walk away with the coveted title of Big Air Champion, a brand new Chevrolet Cruze courtesy of sponsor Chevrolet and endless bragging rights.

 

FREE Outdoor Concert Series

In a world where nothing comes for free, Whistler, aka Gnarnia, offers up a 10-day program of music concerts spanning a vast variety of genres to feed your soul and support your wallet. Stuff dreams are made of: an epic schedule of award-winning artists will be on hand to keep the party juices flowing for the entire 10 days of the Festival.

State of the Art Opening Party – Friday, April 13

Sub-cultures and anti-movements are celebrated and portrayed in gritty and thought-provoking mediums. Local and international artists come from far and wide to create a community of urban street and snow ingenuity, and push the boundaries of the State of the Art.

Olympus 72 hr. Filmmaker Showdown – Tuesday, April 17

Relying purely on originality, craft, speed and endurance, the OLYMPUS 72 Hour Filmmaker Showdown distills the art of film-making into its purest form – taking creative vision from concept to reality in record time in order for it to be enjoyed on the big screen by an 1800-strong audience. The OLYMPUS 72 Hour Filmmaker Showdown gives deadline a whole new meaning; get ‘er done or you’re out.

Fashion EXPOSED + Freeze Dance Showcase – Friday, April 20

The TELUS World Ski & Snowboard Festival will celebrate 7 years of fashion, form and function by asking: “What will you be wearing for the end of the world?” Inspired by the chaos of society, and mythical hype towards the end of days, Fashion EXPOSED – Armageddon, the West Coast’s most energy-infused and original fashion show, will answer this question and more by showcasing the best Summer 2012 and Fall/Winter 2012/13 Collections from across the street/action/lifestyle fashion industry.

Olympus Pro Photographer Showdown – Thursday, April 19

As the preeminent action sports photography contest in the world, the OLYMPUS Pro Photographer Showdown is an unparalleled celebration of still images and of the commitment shown to build a body of work that captures time and captivates the human spirit. $17,000 in cash prizes have been allocated, cementing the TELUS World Ski and Snowboard Festival’s OLYMPUS Pro Photographer Showdown as the World’s preeminent action sports photography event.

Intersection – Wednesday, April 18

Intersection sees action sport filmmaking pushed to its limits. Filmmakers have only seven days to shoot, edit and produce a 5-7 minute extreme sports short film. The final results of their efforts will be played at this event.

The Shred Show: A Snowboarding Event – Saturday, April 14

Monster Energy, the title sponsor for the snowboarding component of the TELUS World Ski and Snowboard Festival, is also known for its partying and, not surprisingly, burn-the-candle energy. The team has assembled an array of incredible après and night-time parties, to suit every music taste and party stamina. The snowboarding events include the Mogul Mash, a fast and furious moguls course for snowboarders, the Boarderstyle event and Dustin Craven’s FUN Pipe Jam.

Pecha Kucha – Monday, April 16

Presenting the most explosive, up to the minute form of public speaking and entertainment, Pecha Kucha, loosely meaning ‘chit chat’ in Japanese, tasks presenters with the challenge of communicating their thoughts, ideas and concepts in short bursts of 20 x 20 second Power Point slides. Think Twitter meets Skype meets Facebook, all in real life, all in real time.

Visit www.wssf.com for more detailed event info.

March Family Month

There is always so much to do in Whistler for families. During the month of March, Whistler pays special attention to families visiting our little mountain ski resort town. With so many deals and special offers focused on families, Whistler is the ideal vacation spot for Easter and Spring Break.

Whistler March Family Month Special Offers:

 

Summit Lodge & Spa March Deals

40% OFF on our Tuesday Sale – All bookings made for 3 nights of more on a Tuesday qualify for 40% OFF any room type, subject to availability, blackout dates may apply. Cannot be combined with other offers.

50% OFF Parking for bookings made through our Summit Lodge website by typing the code ‘PARK10’ in your reservation comments.

Whistler Resort Activities

Free Admission for Children at the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre – Complimentary child admission per paid adult admission. Valid for children 12 years old and under.

Kids 7 to 14 years old Zipline for FREE with Wildplay
– Zoom Ziplines – Kids must be accompanied by a regular priced adult. Valid for children aged 7 to 14 years. Must mention March Family Month. Not valid in combination with any other offer.

Kids are FREE for all activities with The Adventure Group – Family & Cruiser Snowmobiling Tours, Natural Mystic Snowshoeing Tour, Horse Drawn Sleigh Ride (not including fondue). Must mention March Family Month. Valid for children 12 years old and under on applicable tours. Youth must be accompanied by a paying adult and must meet the minimum age and size requirements on chosen tour. Not valid with any other offer.

Children receive 50% off Dog Sledding with Whistler Sled Dog Company – Each child must be accompanied by an adult for discount. Valid on Soo Valley Mush for 2 adults and 1 Child per sled.

$119 for a Family Day Pass and Rentals at Whistler Olympic Park – Offer valid for Nordic ski product only. Call 1.604.964.2455 to book.

25% off Family and Group Rate at the Whistler Museum – For a family or group of 4-6 people. Regular price is $20. Call 1.604.932.2019 to book.

20% off all Youth Ziptrek Ecotours – Youth must be accompanied by a regular priced adult. Valid for youths aged 6 to 14 years. Not valid on Mammoth tour, PEAK 2 PEAK Combo offers or in combination with any other offer.

Whistler Resort Dining

Kids Eat Free at Araxi Restaurant – Offer valid when you dine before 6:30 PM. Children must be 12 and under. One free kid’s meal with the purchase of one adult entrée. Kid’s meal must be ordered from Kid’s Menu. Does not include beverages. 4222 Village Square, 604.932.4540

Kids Eat Free at Boston Pizza
– Offer valid when you dine before 6:30 PM. Children must be 12 and under. One free kid’s meal with the purchase of one adult entrée. Kid’s meal must be ordered from Kid’s Menu. Does not include beverages. 2010 Innsbruck Drive, 604.932.7070

Kids Eat Free at Elephant & Castle – Offer valid when you dine before 6:30 PM. Children must be 12 and under. One free kid’s meal with the purchase of one adult entrée. Kid’s meal must be ordered from Kid’s Menu. Does not include beverages. 19-4308 Main Street, 604.962.0330

Whistler Tasting Tours – Offer valid for 50% off of wine pairings for Hidden Gems and Finer Things dinner tours. Guest must mention offer when booking tour. In the Village, 604.902.8687

Whistler Resort Childcare

Babysitting Whistler – Offer valid for a special rate of $16 per hour for babysitting. Must quote March Family Month. Offer valid for one to two children and each additional child is at $2 per hour, per child. 604.902.BABY

Nannies On Call – Offer valid for 50% off of booking fee. Must mention March Family Month. Regular booking fee is $30. Nannies rates are $13 per hour. 604.932.7070

Baby’s on the Go – Complimentary box of toys with any Mountain Baby Package. Must mention March Family Month. 604.905.0002