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Escape to Whistler along the Sea to Sky Highway for an adventure of a lifetime. You can enjoy spectacular mountain views and take part in adrenaline-pumping outdoor activities, including skiing down Olympic runs. Stay in Whistler Village, conveniently located next to Whistler Blackcomb—consistently rated #1 ski resort in North America.
Top things to do
Ski or snowshoe
Ski, snowboard, snowtube, snowmobile, bobsleigh, snowshoe or dogsled in the winter at Whistler Blackcomb.
Enjoy summer activities
Bike, hike, ATV, UTV or watch for wildlife in the summer at Whistler Blackcomb.
Soar through the forest on a thrilling zipline tour to remember.
Experience panoramic views
Travel PEAK 2 PEAK between Whister Mountain and Blackcomb Mountain on a 4.4 km, 11-minute scenic gondola ride you won’t forget, plus get a bird's eye view of Whistler along the Cloudraker Skybridge and Raven's Eye Cliff Walk.
Hike to Lost Lake
Stroll through the pedestrianized Whistler Village to shop, eat and drink, or take a 15-minute easy hike to visit the beautiful and tranquil waters of Lost Lake.
Squamish Lilwat Cultural Centre
Located in Whistler on the shared traditional territories of the Squamish Nation and Lil’wat Nation, the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre is a first of it’s kind project in DETAILS:Canada, with the partnership of two unique Nations who wish to share their cultural knowledge to inspire understanding and respect amongst all people. The building itself evokes the form of Squamish Longhouse and a Lil’wat Istken (earthen dwelling).
- Knowledgeable Cultural Ambassadors share their teachings on an hour-long tour including a hand drum welcome song, and a 15-minute film.
- Join a craft making experience lead by one of the Cultural Ambassadors.
- Gather round a hand-carved journey canoe with impeccable craftsmanship.
- Walk along a short interpretive trail that passes through old-growth forest.
- Explore the gift shop and take home a piece of hand-crafted Indigenous artwork.
Audain Art Museum
Located in Whistler Village, the iconic Audain Art Museum – designed by internationally-renowned architects – boasts a comprehensive collection of some of BC’s most celebrated artists, and hosts exhibitions from leading museums around the world. Embracing the richness of cultural difference in Canada, the museum takes visitors on a transformative visual journey from the late 18th century to present day.
- Master-carver & hereditary Haida Chief James Hart’s The Dance Screen (The Scream Too).
- Collection of historical and contemporary Indigenous art.
- Key examples of the Vancouver photoconceptualism movement.
- Dynamic exhibitions from around the globe.
- Expansive display of BC's beloved painter, Emily Carr
Visit the Outdoor Recreational Capital of Canada offering a variety of activities for both exhilarating adventure seekers and gentle explorers. Located between Whistler and Vancouver, the vibrant community of Squamish is well known for world-class rock climbing, hiking, mountain biking and windsurfing.
Enjoy spectacular views and year-round outdoor recreation for all abilities in North Vancouver—just a short drive or SeaBus from downtown Vancouver. With many breathtaking sightseeing attractions, there’s always something to do.
Visit the vibrant city of Vancouver. The urban metropolis of restaurants, pubs, museums, galleries and shopping is surrounded by the Coast Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, with plenty of activities to keep you busy. Plus, discover why the craft brewing scene is gaining widespread interest on a tour of the Vancouver Ale Trail.
Stay just outside of Vancouver in the city of Burnaby to experience all the attractions of both cities. Enjoy the beautiful parks, world-class shopping at BC’s largest mall, historical sites and art galleries in Burnaby.
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