Thinking about a winter holiday at Whistler this year? To help you make the most of your visit to North America’s largest snowsports resort, we’ve put together these top tips for a Whistler winter trip.
You can never have – or give – too much chocolate, right? Fortunately, Vancouver has plenty of destinations for chocolate lovers, whether you’re looking for a box of deliciousness for a special someone or a chocolate-y break for yourself. But where should you go for your chocolate fix? Check out our list of Vancouver’s best chocolate shops, which you’ll find in neighborhoods across the city.
Most people associate Whistler with skiing, and rightly so as it’s one of the top ski destinations on the west coast, but this resort town 90 minutes north of Vancouver has so much more to offer, even if your idea of a good time doesn’t involve a single minute in ski boots. Here are ten amazing things to do in Whistler – other than skiing.
Whistler, a mountain resort town 90 minutes north of Vancouver, if perhaps best known as a winter ski destination or a summer hotspot for hikers and outdoor enthusaists. However, there are plenty of things to do other than skiing and hiking….and one of those things is eating some of the province’s best, and most inventive regional cuisine.
Even if you’ve come to Vancouver for the mountains, the beaches, and the striking setting on the edge of the Pacific rainforest, you may want to venture indoors now and then. When you do, check out what’s happening on Vancouver’s stages. Here’s our guide to the Vancouver theatre scene, from major repertory companies to eclectic avant-garde productions. There’s even theatre outside in that Pacific rainforest.
Enter our Vancouver giveaway! This month one lucky winner will receive 2 free tickets to Whistler Superfly Ziplines, one of Canada’s most scenic zipline experiences. Perfect for a summer adventure or winter getaway!