Find everything sweater-related, year-round, plus accessories galore at Amos & Andes, The Whistler Sweater Shop; visit the Audain Art Museum Shop for unique art-inspired gifts.
Summertime in Whistler serves up an embarrassment of riches: endless exciting activities; an abundance of freshly picked, locally grown fruit and vegetables; multiple freshwater lakes ideal for dock diving, swimming and paddling;
Organic wine production is on the rise across the globe, thanks in part to passionate sommeliers who encourage drinkers to seek out wines made with organically grown grapes.
Whistler’s restaurants have you covered for tasty food & drink. See what’s on the menu at Whistler’s newest restaurant, Wild Blue Restaurant + Bar; check out Whistler Creekside’s super fun and groovy new coffee shop, Rockit Coffee Co. and relax with your java fix, tasty food, and great tunes; look for Chef David Hawksworth’s influences on WB on-mountain venues as well as après pop-ups throughout the winter.
My sweetie tilts his head in that way that tells me he thinks I’ve lost my mind.
“In our bathing suits… outside?” he asks.
For an artist, inspiration can be found virtually anywhere. When you’re an artist living in British Columbia, where the landscape is both breathtaking and ever-changing with the seasons, such inspiration is not only everywhere; it can be impossible to forget.
Meet Jack Crompton — Whistler Mayor. Learn about his family history in Whistler and so much more!
Giving you the inside information on what’s happening, what’s fun and what’s new in Whistler. Find out more about Protect Our Winters (POW) Canada; get excited about bird watching in the Sea to Sky; learn about the lift upgrades happening on Whistler Blackcomb (WB).
Whistler is best known as a place for adventures in the great outdoors, but it is one of the few places in the world where visitors can have it all: unparalleled big-mountain skiing and riding, of course, but also varied and vibrant dining and nightlife,
Last spring, longtime alpine skiers Dana Fleming and Nancy Fearon decided to try something different. The partners from Squamish had heard about the benefits of cross-country skiing and wanted to give it a whirl but, lacking experience, wanted to start their Nordic skiing journey on a solid footing.