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6 Alternative Whistler Activities

6 Alternative Whistler Activities

Whistler is well known for being a mecca for snow sports, mountain biking and hiking, but there’s more to Whistler than just adrenaline sports. If you want to get creative or solve some puzzles while you’re here then Whistler has you covered!

Things To Do in Fall in Whistler

Things To Do in Fall in Whistler

Whistler is famed for being a mecca for skiers and mountain bikers across the world. This has led some people to believe that Whistler is a two-season resort. But they’re wrong! There are so many things to do in Fall in Whistler too! Our mountain town attracts people here with its hiking, fishing, biking and village charm throughout Fall!

Audain Art Museum: Whistler’s Art & Culture Hub

Audain Art Museum: Whistler’s Art & Culture Hub

Located in the Village beside the Whistler Public Library, the Audain Art Museum opened its doors to the public on March 12th, 2016. This 56,000 square-foot building is home to a beautiful Permanent Collection of nearly 200 works of art representing coastal British Columbia culture.

Whistler’s Liveliest Bars

Whistler’s Liveliest Bars

It’s true that people come from all over the world to ski and bike in the incredible Coast Mountains that surround Whistler. But it’s also well known that Whistler has some of the best nightlife in all of Canada.

Whistler Olympic Park

Whistler Olympic Park

Whistler Olympic Park is used throughout the year with lots of activities available in both winter and summer.

Canada Day in Whistler

Canada Day in Whistler

Come out and celebrate Canada Day weekend in classic Whistler-style with street entertainment, special events & activities, and a free concert! No matter where you spend you weekend in Whistler it’s guaranteed to be a blast!

Whistler Kids Adventure Day Camps

Whistler Kids Adventure Day Camps

Whistler is the ideal place for a vacation with your family. A great way for your kids to get the most out of Whistler is for them to join a camp. They’ll take part in activities that they may otherwise not get the chance to do. And it also gives parents some alone time to explore Whistler for themselves!

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