Award-winning Whistler Ski Resort attracts a wide range of guests from mountain free-skiers and snowboarders to ski holiday connoisseurs and discerning business associates. Whistler has been christened the archetypical post-millennial snow center; with the most ski-in/ski-out accommodations and lodging of any mountain ski resort on the continent.
This eclectic ski village boasts an exceptional selection of winter ski lodging with 115 hotels/condos/bed and breakfasts, offering more than 5,213 rooms. Additionally, the ski resort is an ideal and affordable family vacation destination because the resort offers plenty of Whistler ski packages and specials that include lodging, airfare, lift tickets and additional activities.
Whistler Ski Resort – off the slopes. Alpine village enthusiasts pause to enjoy breath-taking views while perusing art galleries, boutiques and spas. This world-renowned village is charming with gingerbread architecture, first class restaurants and bars and quiet nooks and crannies. It is also an entertainment hotspot with a sizzling nightlife guaranteed to please.
Whistler resort services include: banking/foreign exchange; Interac banking machines; physiotherapy and massage therapy; movie theater, museum; video rentals, health and fitness centers; swimming pool; ice rink; indoor tennis; horse-drawn sleigh rides; heli-skiing; telemark skiing, dog-sledding and so much more.
Delectable dining. Whistler Ski Resort offers some 17 restaurants ranging from tea huts with light snacks to cozy cabins with hearty, home-cooked meals. And, Whistler Village offers more than 90 restaurants and fine dining establishments offering something for all tastes including Japanese, Spanish, French, Italian, Greek and Indian.
Dining in Whistler is divided into the following areas: Blackcomb Mountain, Village North, Whistler Village, Creekside, Whistler Mountain, Upper Village and Whistler Valley.
Whistler, BC – A true mountain paradise. Whistler may be world-famous for ski vacations, but there’s just as much excitement to be found once the snow melts.
With breathtaking scenery, an exciting nightlife and a seemingly unlimited number of outdoor activities and adventures, Whistler affords visitors something new to do every day of their vacation. Summer activities for outdoor enthusiasts range from world-class golfing and summer skiing/riding on the glacier to hiking and fishing. And, for those who need a break from the great outdoors, they can settle in for a day of relaxing and pampering in one of Whistler’s many spas.
Top adventures to be had while spending a holiday in Whistler:
Sightseeing and hiking. Trek alone or with a guide. Absorb Whistler’s stunning wilderness and learn about its diverse ecosystems.
Glacier hiking and riding. A great way to cool off and learn about glaciology.
Summer glacier skiing and riding. For those who didn’t get enough skiing during their winter ski trips.
Helicopter rides. Take in all of Whistler resort from a bird’s-eye view.
River rafting. Whistler is known for its challenging rapids thanks to its surrounding peaks and rugged coastal valleys.
Fishing. Whistler offers some of the best fishing in North America.