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 It’s time to get spooky in the mountains for Halloween! Put on your scariest or most creative costume and head up to Whistler for a Halloween you’ll never forget.

Whistler has always loved celebrating All Hallows’ Eve with tons of nightlife events during the weekend. There’s something for everybody, from good old-fashioned trick or treating to masquerades and after-parties, you and the whole family can enjoy Halloween in Whistler.

Whistler Halloween

Photo Credit: Dave Steers

Trick-or-Treating in Whistler Village

October 26 - 28, 2018

During the pre-Halloween weekend, kids can put on a costume and visit well over a dozen participating stores along the Village Stroll. Walk up and down between Skier's Plaza and the Marketplace to get some serious candy collecting done.

Participating Shops:

  • Amos & Andes
  • Armchair Books
  • Bear Necessities
  • Cabin Fever Gifts
  • Carlbergs Gifts
  • Cool As A Moose
  • David's Tea
  • Escape Route Adventure Group
  • Evolution
  • Great Glass Elevator Candy Shop
  • Jonathan+Olivia
  • L'Occitane en Provence
  • Mountain Kids Outfitters
  • Rocks & Gems Store
  • Ruby Tuesday Accessories
  • Sea to Sky Souvenirs
  • The Oracle at Whistler
  • Whistler Foto Source
  • Whistler Hardware
  • Whistler Hat Gallery
  • Whoola Toys

The Masquerade by Zero Ceiling

October 26, 2018

Pull out your best mask for a night of eating, drinking, fundraising, and dancing to live music. The Masquerade features a silent auction, raffles, a wine wall, a cash bar, and hors-d'oeuvres made by some of the best chefs in Whistler. Funds raised go towards Zero Ceiling and empowering young people who have experienced homelessness.

Whistler Halloween Bar Crawl

Whistler Halloween Club Crawl

October 27 - 31, 2018

Any bar you go to during the weekend is sure to have a spooky celebration happening. If you can’t decide on just one, how about doing the Halloween Club Crawl? Skip lines, no cover, drink tickets, and you can go to five different bars in one night!

Whistler Halloween Rocky Horror Show

Rocky Horror Picture Show

October 28, 2018

No Halloween would be complete without an annual viewing of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Experience one of the most infamous cult-movies on the big screen, with live host actors and a rambunctious Whistler audience, at this 19+ show. Costumes, props, and audience participation is highly encouraged!

Halloween Costume Bike Ride

November 1, 2018

If you’re still in town after the 31st, you should check out the Halloween Costume Ride at Lost Lake. This after-dark cycling event has been hosted by the Whistler mountain bike community for over a decade. Put on a safe bike costume, grab a good light for your bike and enjoy a trail marked with glowing pumpkins just as the sun sets.