Dining in the PEAK 2 PEAK? A Whistler Gondola Dinner Experience

Dining in the PEAK 2 PEAK? A Whistler Gondola Dinner Experience

At Gibbons Life we love hearing stories of creativity and innovation so when we heard about the Bearfoot Bistro's daring SKYHIGH event we had to know more.

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Q & A with ZEP Techniques Mountain Bike Guru Paul Howard

Q & A with ZEP Techniques Mountain Bike Guru Paul Howard

We touch base with mountain bike instructor and athlete, Paul Howard, on why he loves biking in Whistler so much - as if we had to ask...

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The Story of Odd Shaped Balls in Whistler

The Story of Odd Shaped Balls in Whistler

Whistler has a seemingly odd affiliation with rugby, and more recently touch rugby. Given the fact most Canadians have no idea what touch rugby even is, and that Whistler has only one actual rugby-pitch - it's been a labour of love for those involved.

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Catching the Sun: Whistler Summer Activities

Catching the Sun: Whistler Summer Activities

In a resort known for its winter prowess, it’s actually a shock for some people to find out that there’s a lotta love for the sunny summer months too. We asked some of Whistler’s longstanding locals what they’re looking forward to as the snow starts to melt…

POSTED BY · Meredith Eades
Embrace The Rain: Whistler Rainy Day Activities

Embrace The Rain: Whistler Rainy Day Activities

The skies of Whistler are overcast, ominous clouds are bringing the rain spring is known for and we all start to feel a bit gloomy. Living in a temperate rainforest gives us the lush, green landscape we like to play in, but it also means we have to put up with a lot of H2O. This spring we’ve decided to embrace the rain, instead of whine about it - like Gene Kelly we’re planning to dance in it if we have to.

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WSSF Gibbons Life BIG AIR Highlights 2014

WSSF Gibbons Life BIG AIR Highlights 2014

The Gibbons Life Big Air final stunned the whistler crowds with a splendid showcase of skills on Saturday night. With a lineup full of Olympians, X Games medalists and recent internet sensations, it was always going to be a great show.

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What the Hell Is a Whistler Art Throw Down?

What the Hell Is a Whistler Art Throw Down?

The Whistler 'Art Throw-Down' series enlists eight artists to create a piece of work live on stage within 30 minutes with a crowd of people cheering them on. The evening is split into two rounds with the winners of both battling to be crowned 'King or Queen of Canvas'. It's the audiences votes that count, so while the DJ rips out the tunes the artists aim to impress.

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Q & A With the Founder of Gibbons Life – Joey Gibbons

Q & A With the Founder of Gibbons Life – Joey Gibbons

Q & A with the founder of Gibbons Life, Joey Gibbons. The inspiration, goals and vision behind this new Whistler-based social venture.

POSTED BY · Joey Gibbons
Whistler Village Beer Festival set for Sept. 14

Whistler Village Beer Festival set for Sept. 14

The neat thing about B.C. is there has been a resurgence in the growth of hops here, so this craft beer revolution is hot and heavy," Harrison explains. "B.C. and the Pacific Northwest can produce hops unlike anywhere else on this continent. Beers like India Pale Ale are a hot trend in beer because the hops we produce here are so tasty and smell so incredible. They add enormous flavour characteristics to the beers.

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Whistler Village Beer Festival – this weekend!

Whistler Village Beer Festival – this weekend!

When Prohibition ended in 1933, President Roosevelt ended his speech with the now famous quote “What America needs now is a drink”. After all its folly, even the President realized how important beer is to society.

POSTED BY · Festival Events Team