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Whistler Summer Activities

While winter time may get all the attention, the best time to come up to Whistler might be during the summer! During summer the town regains its small village vibe while patios and lakes become the best places to soak up the summer sun.

Whistler Creekside is a particularly great location for a Whistler summer. Creekside is full of great summer amenities in particular three lakes; Alpha Lake, Nita Lake and Alta Lake. Alpha lake is conveniently located just a 8 minute walk away from Evolution Whistler and boasts a grassy field, picnic tables, beach area, swim dock, children's playground, basketball, tennis and volleyball courts and even a dog friendly area. When you've had your fair share of water time why not slip away and enjoy Whistler's world class golf courses, mountain bike park, hiking trails and much more.

Whistler Summer Activities from the Extreme to the Mellow

When it comes to summer activities in Whistler there's literally something for everyone. For those looking for an adventure why not check out Whistler Bungee or Whistler Skydiving? Or if you're looking for a more relaxing weekend away why not book a spa package at the Scandinave Spa, or take a Sunday cruise through the Whistler Farmer's Market?

A rental mountain bike can have you tearing up the world famous Whistler Mountain Bike Park, or a rental beach cruiser can have you leisurely pedaling along the Whistler Valley Trail. The choices are limitless.

Whistler Olympic Park is More than Nordic Sport

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When you stay in Whistler Creekside you are also located close to Whistler Olympic Park. Nestled in the Callaghan Valley, the park turn off is located 9KM south of Whistler towards Vancouver. The Callaghan Valley is home to some of the most pristine wildlife and sweeping views in the area. It's amazing how just 25 minutes away from Whistler Village can feel like a whole other world, but that's the type of atmosphere the Callaghan Valley provides. Anyone looking for a place to hike, picnic or sightsee should give Whistler Olympic Park a visit.

Photo Credit: Mike Crane (Lake & Horseback Riders)