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Canada's most famous mountain resort, Whistler, is nestled at the feet of two gargantuan mountains – the Whistler and Blackcomb – in the Whistler Valley, north of Vancouver. These impressive peaks form the most significant and upscale winter sports area in North America, and the always bustling Whistler Village provides immediate access to some of the best skiing. At the same time, the Village Stroll is lined with countless opportunities for memorable moments, from fine dining to luxury boutique shopping, art galleries, and apres ski venues. Enjoy superior, signature Canadian experiences, like riding the Guinness World Record-breaking Peak 2 Peak Gondola, bear and marmot viewing tours, or spectacular heli-adventures over ancient glaciers, alpine lakes, and magical waterfalls. Whistler is a wonderful destination for all seasons and this slice of Canadian heaven mesmerizes and transforms those who visit.
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Whistler comprises many different areas and neighborhoods, each with its own character and community. But no matter where you choose to be, you are never far away from the action. From Emerald in the north to Cheakamus Crossing in the south, every neighborhood has its feel and range of amenities and features. Whether you want to be as close to the mountain as possible or hidden away in your little part of Whistler heaven, there is something for everyone.
Pemberton is a beautiful town just 30 minutes north of Whistler. With incredible mountain views, tons of recreational activities, and a quieter lifestyle than Whistler, it’s no wonder many people choose their accommodations here. The area is surrounded by numerous breathtaking provincial parks, each providing opportunities for adventure and exploration. Birkenhead Lake, Garibaldi, Joffre Lakes, and Nairn Falls parks are huge draws for those who love the outdoors.
The subdivisions in Whistler North are characterized by extensive green spaces and access to lakes, seemingly endless hiking and biking trails, a world-class golf course, cross-country ski trails, and some of the most magnificent mountain views. Alpine Meadows is one of the most popular areas in Whistler North, offering a harmonious blend of Whistler’s past, present, and future with a combination of townhomes, traditional ski cabins, and modern mountain chalets. Just a short drive past Alpine is Whistler’s newest subdivision, Rainbow. It boasts breathtaking views across Green Lake to Whistler, Blackcomb, and Wedge Mountains. A short way past Rainbow is the residential neighborhood of Emerald Estates, named after the jeweled color of Green Lake, with some villas having waterfront access.
Characterized by the beautiful Alta Lake and surrounding parks, Whistler Centre is a part of the village's original history as a fishing resort, well before any dreams of skiing. Set close to the village, this area is incredibly desirable. Many properties in Whistler Center are situated above the valley floor, offering beautiful panoramas of Whistler, Blackcomb Mountains, and the valley or the golf course. There are many exclusive neighborhoods within Whistler Center. Just south of the village, you will find Brio, with the exclusive ski-in/ski-out Sunridge Plateau development. North of Brio, perched alongside the Whistler Golf Course, is Blueberry Hill, one of the resort’s first luxury home subdivisions. South of Brio, hugging the shores of Alta Lake and neighboring Wayside Park, is Alta Vista. Secluded high above the Westerly slopes of Alta Lake lies the astonishing Amanderu Estate. Lauded as one of the world’s most daring alpine properties, this architectural feat commands vertiginous vistas comprising Whistler and the Blackcomb mountains, strikingly unraveling into a Fibonacci sequence from its wooded cliff top perch.
It's not just the mountains that make Whistler an incredible place. The village boasts hundreds of shops, world-class restaurants, bars, multiplex cinemas, concert venues, and much more. Fully pedestrianized, you are free to explore wherever you want on foot. The cobblestone pedestrian-only village is known for internationally ranked cuisine, a famous apres ski and nightclub scene, high-end spas, and all the retail therapy an avid shopper could want. There are stunning views no matter where you turn, and it was meticulously conceived to exist in harmony with its beautiful natural surroundings.
Whistler South is the home of the first village site when Whistler Mountain opened in 1966. Here you will find a unique mix of original rustic cabins next to luxurious and modern townhomes, condos, employee housing, timeshares, and single-family dwellings. On top of that, it's just a stone's throw from the gondola. Creekside is the hub of this area, with the Creekside Gondola, restaurants, shops, and Whistler’s only gas station. Whistler Creek also features three exclusive locales. Kadenwood is Canada’s first and only resort neighborhood with its dedicated gondola service, while Bear Creek has incomparable access to Whistler Mountain as well as simply stunning views from across the valley. The ultra-chic Chalet La Forja is one of Kadenwood’s most iconic properties effectively reinvigorating the Rocky Mountain luxury experience. Flaunting a unique mix of industrial grit and cosmopolitan glam, this show stopping seven bedroom behemoth is poised to delight the most discerning aesthete and elite traveler.
In Whistler, there is no shortage of great spots to sit and relax with good company while taking in the views. Whistler has an amazing culinary scene, with new creative ways to satisfy guests’ needs popping up every season. Whistler’s incredible scenery makes it easy to feast your eyes, but food lovers have long been flocking to Whistler for food and drink events like Cornucopia, Dine-In Whistler and Feast in the Mountains for over 20 years, which have thrust the culinary skills of Whistler’s chefs into the international spotlight. If sunshine and shoreline views are more up your alley, head to Nita Lake Lodge to grab a spot on the patio or go to Table Nineteen – you may even catch a float plane coming in for landing on Green Lake.
The Braidwood Tavern at the Four Seasons Resort Whistler has a dedicated vegan menu with mouthwatering options like green pea and zucchini curry, rigatoni bolognese, and all green pizza and plant-based burgers. The vibe is relaxed and easy, and it’s also good to know the drinks list is another thing you should look at. They have a large array of local craft beers and some unique and innovative craft cocktails.
Earls is a fantastic après ski location. It is fancy enough to feel a bit special, has a broad crowd-pleasing menu, offers happy hour drinks and food, and somehow always manages to have a bustling weekend-y vibe. Their veggie selection has expanded recently and includes a vegan quinoa and avocado power bowl, sushi such as a green dragon roll, as well as spicy tofu tacos or a crispy tofu Zen bowl.
The Naked Sprout is a juice bar slash cafe with many veggie and gluten-free options. Its located right in the center of the village at Sundial Place, so it’s perfect to pop into if you need a quick, healthy meal or snack. The Naked Sprout has grilled paninis, a ramen bowl, a miso quinoa bowl, raw desserts, and a wonderful variety of fresh smoothies, juices, and shots.
Hy’s is a must for any meat lover. Unanimously thought to have the best steak in Whistler, Hy’s Steakhouse has a vast steak menu with lots of incredible sides to go with it. You’ll have a choice of New York steak, tomahawk, porterhouse, filet, and more. For an extra special dining experience, you can order the steak Diane – flambeed tableside with brandy. There are also some non-steak options on the menu. Seafood dishes like lobster and citrus-glazed sablefish are a great alternative, and there are vegan and vegetarian options too. After your meal, the talented bar staff will be delighted to make you an old-fashioned mai tai or any other cocktails from their delicious drinks menu.
Regularly voted “Best Restaurant in Whistler,” Araxi is a landmark restaurant on the village stroll. It’s _t_he place to be seen in Whistler. The large dining room has a light and lively atmosphere and the bar is always bustling with excitement. The seafood and oysters here are absolutely incredible, with a wide range of varieties from beaches throughout the west coast available on the menu. Pair your meal, created by head chef James Walt, with one of the many amazing wines from the wine cellar. With more than 11,000 bottles, there’s no doubt there’s one to suit your palette.
Il Caminetto blends Italian and local flavors from seasonal ingredients with a creative flair in the heart of Whistler. Antipasti choices include 24-month-aged prosciutto di parma, burrata with BC heirloom tomato tart, and more. Primi options include wild mushroom risotto, lobster and saffron linguine, spaghetti al pomodoro, and so forth. Follow up with _secondi _dishes like farmcrest chicken piccata, grilled Quebec veal chop or the six-ounce beef tenderloin.
The Bearfoot Bistro offers a complete dining experience. The large, premium restaurant serves modern fine dining cuisine. With choices such as miso braised king oyster mushrooms, west coast rockfish, and pan-seared scallops, the menu has modern takes on classic dishes. The experience doesn’t finish with the meal, though. You can also try to saber a bottle of champagne, one of the experiences the eatery offers. After dinner, the Ketel One Ice Room awaits you for a vodka drink in a bar completely made of ice The temperature in the bar is -32C, so you’ll want to don one of the provided warm winter coats.
An Authentic Japanese Teppanyaki Steakhouse is in the heart of Whistler. Since 1989, Teppan Village has been the ultimate destination for Japanese cuisine. It features freshly prepared ingredients, the finest AAA Alberta steaks, seafood, and sushi. Vegetarian and gluten-free options are also available. Experience a casual, lively, and sleek urban atmosphere, showcasing the craftsmanship of the restaurant’s specialized Teppanyaki chefs.
This fine dining establishment is set in the Westin Whistler Hotel. It features West Coast-inspired cuisine, sourced from local farms, oceans, and pastures as much as possible. With all regionally sourced, fresh, and sustainable ingredients, Chef Bradley Cumming puts his culinary twist on Pacific Northwest favorites. Featuring a bright, clean, and open kitchen concept, the Grill and Vine encompasses all lifestyles and dietary preferences. Whether you are getting a healthy start to your ski day for breakfast or sitting down to a perfectly seared BC salmon for dinner on our summer patio, the Grill and Vine invites you to dine in a comfortable, clean, and friendly environment.
Rimrock is created by a diverse group of powder seekers, mountain bikers, golfers, and general outdoor enthusiasts, committed to serving world-class cuisine in a relaxed, unpretentious, authentic mountain lodge atmosphere. This local gem has consistently been rated as one of Whistler’s top restaurants by multiple outlets, so it’s safe to say that you’re in good hands with chef and owner Rolf Gunther. Menu highlights include wild BC salmon served with mashed potatoes and a lemon beurre blanc. The Rimrock Cafe also has some of the most experienced and longest-serving staff who can assist you with the extensive wine and cocktail menu.
Indulge in the modern alpine cuisine, drinks and atmosphere at the Lakeside Restaurant at Nita Lake Lodge. Enjoy stunning lakefront views and delicious menus inspired by modern alpine cuisine, drinks, and ambiance.
Après ski is universal in Whistler so you can customize the experience any way you like. You can indulge in it any time of year. It is the time to celebrate your day in the mountains, a time to refuel, refresh, and most importantly, reconnect with your fellow humans. So put your skis aside, hang up your clubs and toast your weary hiking feet with a cold beverage. Welcome to après.
Casual and refined, Fairmont’s Mallard Lounge and terrace is the ideal destination for sunny patio cocktails in the summer or après ski entertainment in winter. Master mixologists with signature blends of house-infused spirits, live entertainment and a spectacular setting have created a legendary following among visitors and locals alike.
HandleBar is a small spot at the base of Blackcomb in the Upper Village that flies a bit under the radar but has a loyal, local following. There are no bottles in this joint, just beer (and wine) on tap and management has decided to do away with the ubiquitous flatscreen TVs that plague almost every other public drinking space in North America. At the HandleBar, it’s all about human interaction – celebrating friendships, making connections and enjoying a frosty beverage or slice of pizza.
The Raven Room is Whistler’s premier cocktail bar and eatery. Inspired by mountain surroundings, dishes showcase sustainably-sourced ingredients from the Pacific Northwest. Through a combination of quality spirits and time-proven techniques The Raven Room creates thoughtfully delicious and innovative cocktails.
Bar Oso by Araxi offers a pleasant après with windows facing the stroll so you can check out the latest mountain fashions. This après spot specializes in the Art of Charcuterie in Whistler. There are no rules with Whistler après, so choose your own adventure. “Oso” meaning “bear” in Spanish, an homage to Whistler’s wildlife – offers a profusion of Spanish-influenced small plates, tapas, and house-made charcuterie. The long, convivial bar is the ultimate place to meet for hand-crafted cocktails and inspired wines.
Situated right at the base of Whistler and Blackcomb gondolas, the patio at The Longhorn Saloon is the ideal spot to enjoy a beer after biking or skiing. Drinks are always flowing and the music is always turned up. From champagne showers to the legendary Longhorn nachos, this iconic Whistler bar is where the party happens. Whether you are there for a quick drink or settling in for an epic Sunday session, the place guarantees an experience you’ll never forget. The drinks flow, the food nourishes, the music bumps, and the staff is approachable and attentive.
The place to be for après, the Garibaldi Lift Company (GLC) lounge bar relishes its location above the Whistler gondola building. It overlooks skiers as they rip down the slopes in the winter, and downhillers as they charge through the mountain bike park in the summer. It is an intimate venue for some of the best musical acts to play on the west coast, fueling enjoyment as well as feeding appetites, with a variety of dishes such as flatbreads, pastas, sandwiches, salads and shareable appetizers.
Dusty’s has been hosting epic Whistler après since the first skis slid down the slopes and it always feels good to tap into that history with a group session at this historic Creekside spot. Step into Whistler’s original watering hole and go back in time to a place dripping with legend, lore and finger lickin’ good BBQ sauce. Dusty’s offers mouthwatering food, arguably the world’s best Caesar, legendary après, and party rockin’ live shows.
Whistler’s Umbrella Bar might be the country’s coolest for its epic views alone. The watering hole, opening in 2018, is perched at 6,000 feet on the summit of Whistler Mountain, offering nearly 360-degree views of the surrounding mountain range. It’s the newest addition to the Roundhouse Lodge property, which includes a long-standing restaurant and bar nearby. While the bar has become most popular during spring season when the weather offers near-perfect conditions for skiers and snowboarders, anyone can enjoy a drink on the 63-seat patio whatever the season. The Umbrella Bar, accessible via the Whistler Village Gondola, is open year-round.
It would be a notorious lie to say Whistler wasn’t known for its nightlife and bar scene. With five different clubs and more than a dozen other bars and restaurants throughout the Whistler and Blackcomb villages, it sure delivers. The many bars offer great food and atmosphere with weekly trivia, live music, and other activities. On the Whistler Village stroll, you can find nightclubs like Garf’s, Moe Joes, Buffalo Bills, and Apres Apres. All the clubs are underground with lively music and plenty of dancing. You can count on an exciting night if you make your way to one of these bars to finish your evening.
RMU is short for Rocky Mountain Underground. It is a well-known hub in the Sea To Sky community. Rocky Mountain Underground was founded in 2008 and is at the base of Blackcomb mountain with an outdoor patio; ski in for après or enjoy a summer evening cocktail. The place hosts local musicians, charity fundraisers, après parties, community mountain bikes and many more events, RMU Whistler is a local hub for anybody and everybody.
Garfinkel’s or Graf’s has been voted Whistler’s no.1 nightclub on numerous occasions. It is the hottest most relevant party spot in Whistler. Home of all the biggest shows and best parties. Garfinkel’s has hosted some of the craziest, wildest parties in Whistler’s history. Welcoming industry giants like Avicci, Skrillex, Armand Van Buuren, MSTRKRFT, Stanton Warriors, Ghostface Killah, RZA, GZA, Raekwon & Hilltop Hoods, just to name a few. This iconic Whistler bar has an electric atmosphere and refreshing drinks.
Après Après is the perfect destination to extend your après ski in style. A place for after-dinner cocktails, telling stories, dancing, and meeting people from all corners of the globe. The only thing Whistler has been missing all these years is a place dedicated to live music. With Après Après state-of-the-art sound system, Whistler has amped up to the next level. Live music and entertainment happens five days during the week and the venue is a must-visit!
A refreshing breeze over the lake in the summer, the warm glow of a fireplace in the winter – this is the essence of Cure Lounge & Patio at Nita Lake Lodge. Created to be the cure for everyday distractions, it’s a place to share, reconnect, and naturally savor the best of Whistler. Cure Lounge & Patio welcomes you from lunch to dinner and everything in between! From light bites to main dishes, refreshing craft cocktails, and local beer, there is something on the menu for everyone.
Whether you encounter an exhilarating landscape of a mountainous destination on foot, skis, snow shoes, or a helicopter, prepare to turn the wildest imagination into an exquisite reality. Distinctive and remarkably singular experiences bathed in luxury provide ingredients for joie de vivre and create everlasting memories. Explore the peaceful wilderness of the alpine environment and pristine snow away from the busy slopes; spend an off-piste winter day or turn it into an overnight stay in a mountain cabin or multiple-day mountain experience. You will discover the sheer joy of experiencing a nature-imbued adventure extraordinaire.
The aqua blue ice chambers and caves underneath the Pemberton Ice Cap are part of the largest southern ice field in British Columbia. Ancient ice has formed into a maze of spectacular ice halls, frozen water sculptures and flows. Elite visitors can arrange a helicopter expedition to explore the ice caves and even book a dining experience set in the blue light of a private ice chamber. Guided tours are also available.
This winter glamping experience is probably as close to a winter wonderland fantasy as it can get. Spend the evening looking deep into space through a telescope and relish being in a destination as beautiful as it is rare and unique. Every aspect of this once-in-a-lifetime experience can be tailored to your desires, from creating custom ice bars, projection mapping, and branded ice sculptures to arranging expert fireside Indigenous storytellers, ice cave explorations, glacier walks, astronomy sessions, and yoga classes.
Breathe in a 60-minute scenic mountainous helicopter flight from Whistler flying over the formations of ancient glaciers. You will then be walked through an interpretive tour by a highly trained guide within multiple tunnels of azure blue crystalline formations and impressive vaulted ceilings of ancient remote ice caves. In a private flight with up to four passengers, journey to 12 20,000-year-old ice caves. Your pilot can cater the itinerary to your wishes, like your point of departure and whether it will be by helicopter pick up or private ground transfer to the heli-base.
Enhance your ice cap experience with a lunch/dinner served by a private chef. Your experience begins with a private Mercedes transfer and a scenic helicopter journey through Whistler’s mountain region before being ushered into a “hidden cave of cathedral-like blue ice” to enjoy dinner. The extraordinary excursions include a journey across an icy wonderland on snow machines. Travel by snowmobile, snow buggy, or snowcoach to a labyrinth of age-old ice caves where your wilderness expert will lead you on an interpretive tour of natural history. Explore an array of frozen features en route to the “Blue Room,” the setting of your private three-course dining experience with Four Season Whistler’s Executive Sous Chef David Baarschers and silver-service servers. Nestled in the heart of the ice cap lies the secret ice cave setting for this unique, private dining experience. Sitting below the cathedral cave of blue, your executive chef will captivate you with culinary craftsmanship. The Blue Room is a part of Whistler’s epic 10-day food and beverage celebration, Cornucopia.
Whistler offers more signature Canadian experiences in a single place than one could have imagined. If you’ve only got a few days to spare, here’s the “don’t-miss” list, but be sure to leave yourself enough time to take it all in – the iconic beauty of Whistler is best experienced with plenty of time to breathe.
Discover Whistler’s newest attraction – Vallea Lumina, a multimedia night walk in pursuit of hidden wonders. It’s Whistler’s forest of enchantment. Ignite your senses with an immersive light show set in the forested surrounds of Cougar Mountain. An unforgettable evening adventure perfect for all ages, groups, and families.
Whether you’ve spent the day carving up the slopes or curled up reading a book by the fire, Whistler has a wide variety of spas and wellness centers to relax sore muscles and tired minds. Everyone’s favorite is Whistler’s Scandinave Spa, the ideal spot to soothe aching muscles and soak in outdoor pools with views of the forest and nearby hills. It is a place to embrace the silence. It offers traditional Scandinavian baths in a peaceful and natural environment. The spa’s rustic installations, dedicated to the practice of hydrotherapy, are nestled on the edge of the Lost Lake Park spruce and cedar forest. Feel both relaxed and invigorated while you escape from daily stress at the silent, technology-free spa. Silence is essential to the enjoyment of the hydrotherapy experience. By embracing silence, one finds inner stillness, leading to complete relaxation.
This is a one-of-a-kind gondola linking Whistler and Blackcomb mountains. Ride the longest continuous lift system in the world in a glass-bottomed gondola, a mile above the glacial Fitzsimmons Creek. The ride provides an unparalleled perspective of British Columbia's rooftop and incomparable views of towering volcanic peaks, coastal rainforests, and ancient glaciers. Disembark and the experience is far from over. It’s a full-day experience with incredible views. Be sure to see the Inukshuk, a type of man-made stone landmark or cairn built for use by the Inuit.
Above Whistler Village on the side of Blackcomb Mountain is a world-class bobsleigh, skeleton, and luge facility – Whistler Sliding Centre. Public visitors can try Whistler's unique activities, passenger bobsleigh (winter and summer), and public skeleton (winter). Aspiring athletes can join Learn to Slide programming for all skill levels in bobsleigh, skeleton, and luge within the BC Sliding Development Centre. The facility is also a National Training Centre and popular training and competition venue for athletes from all over the world.
In addition to riding the Blackcomb Gondola, the Whistler Village Gondola, and the Guinness World Record-breaking PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola, your can ride on the Peak Express chairlift as well and experience the beauty mid-air. Breathe the fresh air, admire the sights and feel the wind on your face as you move through the mountain environment. The Peak Express chairlift is your access to the Top of the World Summit, Cloudraker Skybridge, and Raven's Eye Lookout. This chairlift ride is an exhilarating experience taking you over the top of an ancient glacier while cresting over a 100-foot vertical cliff at the top.
Situated at the highest point on Whistler Mountain, near the top of the Peak Chairlift, is the Cloudraker Skybridge. To access the Cloudraker Skybridge, you must ride the open Peak Express chairlift. This new attraction offers arguably some of the finest views in all of British Columbia. Open only in the summer, the metal-framed bridge stretches 130 meters over a yawning chasm from Whistler Peak to West Ridge. On top of West Ridge, the Raven's Eye deck provides unobstructed views of Black Tusk in Garibaldi Provincial Park, Whistler Village, Blackcomb Mountain, and the Coast Mountain range. Equally thrilling is the ride up the Peak Chair as it ascends steeply over several very high sections.
Stepping off the Peak Express chairlift to the summit of Whistler Mountain truly feels like you're on top of the world. Jaw-dropping views of the surrounding Coast Mountains like the iconic Black Tusk, the Tantalus Range, Castle Towers present themselves in full view. No other place displays the alpine-like the Top of the World Summit does, making this journey a must-do for all ability levels.