Evolution of Whistler Après: Longhorn Saloon

Evolution of Whistler Après: Longhorn Saloon

After a day of shredding on the mountains, it is common practice to take part in the Whistler après culture with your mates. Regardless of whether it’s bike season, ski season or something in between, the art of après amplifies the celebration of earning your beverage of choice. No need to go clean up, wear your day with the gear...

POSTED BY · Abby Cooper
The Ultimate Whistler Festivals Guide

The Ultimate Whistler Festivals Guide

There are plenty of reasons to visit Whistler; the mountain landscapes, pristine lakes and all sorts of adrenaline-fuelled activities. But there's also a thriving arts and culture scene, an ever-growing exhibition of food, wine, and beer, family-specific gatherings and a selection of special interest events. Variety is what this...

POSTED BY · Vince Shuley
Heli Sauna Ski: when the skies not the limit

Heli Sauna Ski: when the skies not the limit

We all have those friends, you know the ones that take everything to the next level, and when your home begs for constant adventure why wouldn't you? When the sky doesn't pose any limitations, thanks to Blackcomb Helicopters - the opportunities for adventure are endless. Which doesn't make a heli sauna skiing experience sound that...

POSTED BY · Abby Cooper
Planning the Ultimate Whistler Scavenger Hunt

Planning the Ultimate Whistler Scavenger Hunt

Whistler boasts of many activities and sights to see, it’s no joke that endless possibilities await. A Whistler scavenger hunt is a great way to take your exploring up a notch, especially for those goal-oriented explorers. There are a few different types of scavenger hunts to pursue in Whistler, with this guide you can choose the...

POSTED BY · Alexa
Crankworx Whistler 2018 Decoded

Crankworx Whistler 2018 Decoded

Crankworx Whistler. For mountain bikers, the very name conjures up images of gravity-fueled, fat-tire heroes defying logic and laws of nature, all in the name of Crankworx glory. For the less initiated, Crankworx might mean a busy Whistler village, and many strange full face-helmeted, knee pad-wearing bikers zooming about. Crankworx...

POSTED BY · Joe Schwartz
BC Road Trip: Island Edition

BC Road Trip: Island Edition

It's an alluring destination, yet for some reason, the thirty-odd nautical miles of water separating mainland BC from Vancouver Island poses a perceived logistical nightmare for travelers. The keyword here is perceived. Although it can be a bit of a headache on busy summer days, with just a bit of planning, or at least a good book,...

POSTED BY · Joe Schwartz
How to do Canada Day in Whistler

How to do Canada Day in Whistler

On July 1st 151 years ago, the Constitutional Act united three colonies within the British Empire to create a new country. A vast and beautiful country that is home to many diverse cultures, languages, fashion, food, activities, and traditions that have evolved to make it the Canada that we know, appreciate and love today. We are...

POSTED BY · Meredith Eades
Whistler Mountain Biking Events

Whistler Mountain Biking Events

It’s safe to say Whistler is the epicenter of the mountain bike world. Visitors flock from all over the globe to ride the famous Whistler Bike Park and more and more riders of all abilities visit each year to explore the endless singletrack trails in the valley. This amazing dirt-based sport sustains a rich and vibrant mountain...

POSTED BY · Joe Schwartz
The Must Have Camping Gear of Experienced Locals

The Must Have Camping Gear of Experienced Locals

Camping season is here! Aside from the essentials and a 6 pack of Apres Lager, we've rounded up Whistler locals must have camping gear of the 2018 season. There are so many "extras" when it comes to camping gear that it gets pretty tricky to know what's worth bringing and when. The best way not to get overwhelmed when selecting only...

POSTED BY · Abby Cooper
WSSF 2018

WSSF 2018

It’s almost WSSF (World Ski and Snowboard Festival) and we’re stoked. This year we’re more than thrilled to be a partner of the event – hooray for making things local again! Together with Whistler Blackcomb we’re bringing back some of the classic WSSF events and focusing on taking the festival back to its routes. We’re...

POSTED BY · Abby Cooper