Whistler is the Perfect Place to Spend Your Fall
With winter on the way, it’s hard to think about anything else but skiing and snowboarding. Whistler is world renowned for having one of North America’s biggest and most popular ski resorts – Whistler Blackcomb. However, there are tons of things to keep us busy in Whistler before winter hits.
Autumn is one of the best times to plan a trip to Whistler. You can enjoy all of the breathtaking scenery and changing colours during long sunny days with plenty of events to keep you busy day and night.
Fall for Arts
A large part of Whistler having such a vibrant arrange of things to do in the fall is because of Fall for Arts. The Fall for Arts program spans over three months and includes many different arts and cultural experiences with exhibits, galleries, events, workshops, and more.
Whistler has become one of the most exciting towns in Canada because it attracts athletes, nature seekers, travellers, artists, and people from all around the world. This international attention is a significant reason for Whistler becoming a thriving community for sports, arts, and culture in BC.
Summer may be the usual time for festivals to take place but the best ones in Whistler happen in the fall. Celebrate reading, writing, film, food, and the arts at all of the upcoming Whistler fall festivals.
- Celebrate the written word at Whistler Writers Festival – October 11 - 14, 2018
- Discover British Columbia’s best food and drinks at Whistler Cornucopia – November 8 - 18, 2018
- Catch your new favourite film at the Whistler Film Festival – November 3
Just because summer’s over doesn’t mean the weather isn’t beautiful. Whistler is full of outdoor activity options, and in the fall it means smaller crowds! This autumn, you can enjoy all kinds of fun activities from walking the Valley Trail system, paddle boarding on Alta Lake, hiking alpine trails, and mountain biking, to sightseeing on Whistler Blackcomb, ziplining, and attending incredible festivals. There’s always something happening outside in Whistler during the fall.