• May 7
    • Activities

    Everything you Need to Know about the Whistler Bike Park

    Christmas came early in Whistler this year! The Whistler Mountain Bike Park opened two weeks early on May 2, 2015, and judging by the number of mountain bikes around town, bikers couldn’t be happier. Best park in the world The…

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  • Apr 30
    • Community

    Go Spring Crazy This GO Fest

    This time of year, there’s only one place to be in Whistler: outdoors. Whether you’re canoeing down the River of Golden Dreams, kicking up dirt on the trails, or squeezing in those last few days of skiing, the fresh mountain…

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  • Apr 23
    • Activities

    WORCA Toonie Rides: The Best $2 You’ll Spend

    These days, two bucks won’t get you very far. It’s not even enough to buy a coffee in some cafes. But Whistler’s mountain bike enthusiasts know that a toonie is all you need for a night of trail-tackling fun. The…

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  • Apr 16
    • Community

    Celebrating The Village Host Program

    Which way to the Peak to Peak? Where did I park my car? Where do you put the moguls for the summer? These are typical questions answered every day by the volunteers at their shifts. The Village Host program quietly…

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  • Apr 9
    • Community

    Is Spring The Best Season in Whistler?

    Want to know one of Whistler’s best-kept secrets? Three words: Spring shoulder season. Once the World Ski and Snowboard Festival wraps up on April 19th, the crowds will thin out considerably until the Canada Day long weekend in July. That’s…

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  • Apr 2
    • Activities

    Day Trips near Whistler

    As much as Whistler has to offer, it’s always nice to get out of the village once in a while. And, with summer just around the corner we thought we’d let you in on some of our favourite day trips…

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  • Mar 26
    • Community

    Enjoy Whistler’s World Ski and Snowboard Festival

    The World Ski and Snowboard Festival is a few short weeks away, and it’s officially time to get excited. In a way, the WSSF is a bittersweet event. On the one hand, it symbolizes the end of winter – once…

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  • Mar 19
    • Activities

    7 Spring Skiing Tips

    Spring has officially sprung! It’s felt like spring for a while here in Whistler. By now, we’ve fine-tuned our spring skiing habits (as evidenced by traces of goggle tans appearing on faces around town). If you’re hoping to brush up…

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  • Mar 12
    • Community

    Everything you Need to Know About Whistler’s Museums and Galleries

    If you’ve been to Whistler lately – specifically near parking lots 3 and 4 – you’ve probably noticed that a rather substantial building is being built. That would be the future home of the Audain Art Museum, scheduled to open…

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  • Mar 5
    • Community

    Take your Whistler Spring Break to the Next Level

    Simply put, spring break and spring skiing go hand in hand. Whether you’re in the third grade or in third year university, there’s no better way to give your brain a break than to hit the slopes on a bluebird…

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