Timber Creek Lodge Episode 4: A Whistler Luxury Vacation

Timber Creek Lodge Episode 4: A Whistler Luxury Vacation

Aside from a little bit of household drama, Timber Creek Lodge episode four is all about class and living it up on a Whistler luxury vacation. This beautiful group may have brought high expectations for our lodge crew, but their stay was a one of a kind experience that we - thank goodness - could deliver on! From custom kitchen...

POSTED BY · Sasha Powell
Timber Creek Lodge Episode 3: A Whistler Family Vacation

Timber Creek Lodge Episode 3: A Whistler Family Vacation

In Timber Creek Lodge episode three, Louise nails it when she says, “It’s super fun seeing everyone act like kids because that’s what Whistler is all about.” We agree Louise, we agree! While it's a place to let loose (think back to last week's Whistler bachelor party) a Whistler family vacation is also perfect if parents...

POSTED BY · Sasha Powell
Learning How to Manage Your Inner A

Learning How to Manage Your Inner A

Have you ever found yourself way out of your comfort zone on your skis or snowboard? You’re at the top of Waterfall, for example, and there’s a massive line up at the Peak Chair and all eyes are on you… and the massive cliff drop ahead. Or, you’re in the trees and it’s getting too tight and you suspect you may be too far...

POSTED BY · Joey Gibbons
Timber Creek Lodge Episode 2: Whistler Bachelor Party

Timber Creek Lodge Episode 2: Whistler Bachelor Party

Whelp, that was one roller coaster of an episode that’s for sure! The Timber Creek Lodge gang learning the boundaries associated with being professional and fun at the same time had us on edge. No doubt it’s a tricky balance to find and is different with each group of guests. Even though they may have walked the line or crossed...

POSTED BY · Sasha Powell
Embracing Winter in Beautiful Whistler

Embracing Winter in Beautiful Whistler

The blanket of white has fallen in Whistler, and it’s here to stay. There is something about a fresh coating of snow that makes things feel brand new and makes us excited to explore with a new perspective. Our rituals change with the season; our morning routines take a little bit longer as we slip on a pair of cozy gloves to scrape...

POSTED BY · Abby Cooper
Paradise Found: 100 More Days on the Mountain

Paradise Found: 100 More Days on the Mountain

There is no shortage of experts who can wax eloquent about the power of goal setting: how goals keep you on track, keep you motivated, raise your self-confidence and so on. My goal this season, as it was last season, is to ski 100 days. This, however, isn’t really about the value of goal setting. Rather, this is about rediscovering...

POSTED BY · Joey Gibbons
Timber Creek Lodge Season Premiere

Timber Creek Lodge Season Premiere

Well hello, Timber Creek Lodge season premiere! Way to kick the season off with some spice! We are excited to finally watch Timber Creek Lodge, the new Whistler-based show from Bravo that shows off not only the gorgeous place that Whistler is but also so many of the amazing activities that you can do here - and of course to catch a...

POSTED BY · Sasha Powell
Bring on the Americans — Whistler’s Reality TV Show Is Back

Bring on the Americans — Whistler’s Reality TV Show Is Back

Whistler must be doing something right. Our mountain town will, once again, be front and centre before millions of television viewers as part of a new Bravo docu-series/reality show. It’s called Timber Creek Lodge, putting Whistler in the spotlight just as it was during last season’s Après Ski. Now, we know there are people out...

POSTED BY · Joey Gibbons
What Are We Doing to Nurture Whistler’s Soul?

What Are We Doing to Nurture Whistler’s Soul?

Vail Resorts’ purchase of Whistler Blackcomb, and more recently the announcement of local layoffs, has left us in Whistler with a collective identity crisis of sorts. What does this all mean for us? What have we become? What do we want to be? What lies in store for us down the road? These are big questions for our little town. Just...

POSTED BY · Joey Gibbons
Mountain Lingo: A Crash Course

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...

POSTED BY · Juan Hitta