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The Perfect Whistler Romantic Getaway

Whistler has an innate ability to draw in a diverse crowd of individuals. Given this notion, it is obvious that what screams romance to the “hardcore, extreme outdoor enthusiast” couple, might cause the “chill, laid back” couple to actually scream. Fortunately for you, Whistler is an epicentre of beauty and caters to...

The Perfect Whistler Romantic Getaway
POSTED BY · Meredith Eades

Whistler Date Ideas

February 14th, Valentine’s Day: An opportune day of romance to show someone special how much you love them. A day to shower your loved one with chocolates and roses, sip expensive wines, and to put on that sexy little red lingerie – or at least wear matching lacy panties and bra. Regardless of whether you’ve been married for...

Whistler Date Ideas
POSTED BY · Ashley Pellegrini

Mountain Lingo: A Crash Course

The most important thing visiting Whistler is just being in the mountains. That reconnection is primal, and key – feeling small, inhaling nature, relinquishing control. Next, it’s imperative to have fun. It doesn’t matter if you’re ass-sliding the bunny hill or switch straight-lining an untracked chute, the fun creates the...

Mountain Lingo: A Crash Course
POSTED BY · Juan Hitta

Your Guide to Bar Hop: An Epic Whistler Club Crawl

Is it too bold to start with the fact that the Gibbons Whistler Bar Hop is a killer deal if you're going out for a night in Whistler? Nah. Let's lay it all out on the line. This epic Whistler club crawl experience includes four venues, five drinks, express entry, no cover and pizza, all for $60. And that's the minimum; it also...

Your Guide to Bar Hop: An Epic Whistler Club Crawl
POSTED BY · Sasha Powell

Wildcats the Movie: The World Premiere

The Fortune Sound Club in downtown Vancouver was buzzing last night, and you could feel it from a mile away. The snow stoked guests lined up ready to feast their eyes on some of the sexiest snow porn of the season. Meanwhile, the Wildcats crew hustled and bustled inside to make it just right before cracking the doors. Iconic Wildcats...

Wildcats the Movie: The World Premiere
POSTED BY · Abby Cooper

Guide to Great Canadian Beer Festivals

For craft beer enthusiasts residing north of the 49th Parallel, there's nothing quite like walking through the gates of one of this country's Great Canadian Beer Festivals. Dozens of breweries, hundreds of beers and thousands of people all celebrating craft beer culture. There's often more than beer going on at these festivals, too.

Guide to Great Canadian Beer Festivals
POSTED BY · Vince Shuley

Everything You Need to Know about the Whistler BMX Track

It’s official, the Whistler BMX track is open! In a town heavily populated with bike junkies, it only makes sense for Whistler to welcome a BMX course. From toddlers to grandparents, BMX has a place in many of our community members' hearts and we couldn’t be more thrilled to welcome the new track for all to enjoy! Whether BMX is...

Everything You Need to Know about the Whistler BMX Track
POSTED BY · Abby Cooper

Surviving the Whistler Village Beer Festival

In just a few short weeks, the Whistler Village Beer Festival returns to Olympic Plaza with 60 breweries and more than 120 craft beers. It's easy to get lost in the sea of suds at the Main Event (September 17-18), to maximize your time on the grounds we present these tips to surviving the Whistler Village Beer Festival. Just like...

Surviving the Whistler Village Beer Festival
POSTED BY · Vince Shuley

Crankworx Whistler 2016 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, kneepad-wearing bikers zooming about. Crankworx...

Crankworx Whistler 2016 Decoded
POSTED BY · Joe Schwartz

Ironman Whistler Course Review

The hustle and bustle have begun. The tents have taken over the Whistler Olympic Plaza and the highways are lined with flashing signs for road closures, all for one event. The Ironman. For most, a full year of training boils down to one day, the day of the Ironman. Rain or shine, some of the physically toughest and mentally...

Ironman Whistler Course Review
POSTED BY · Abby Cooper