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Large inukshuk from Vancouver 2010 olympics at top of Whistler ski hill in British Columbia

Whistler, BC


OVERVIEW

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.

Whistler map with BC Ferries routes and nearby cities in Coast Mountains

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Scandinave Spa Whistler

Relax and unwind with a true Nordic spa experience at the Scandinave Spa, located on the edge of Lost Lake Park in Whistler. During the winter, rejuvenate in the pools and cozy up next to a firepit, or spend some time in the summer soaking in the sun on a hammock. You can also grab something healthy to eat at the onsite Bistro.

Highlights:

  • Hot installations: cleanse and release negative energy in eucalyptus steam baths, a wood burning sauna, a Finnish sauna and hot baths.
  • Cold installations: flush toxins and release endorphins with a Nordic waterfall, nordic showers and cold plunge baths.
  • Relaxation areas: rest and relax in solariums, on hammocks, or around outdoor fireplaces, or take a yoga class.

Massage treatments are available at the spa for an additional charge. Please contact the spa ahead of your visit to book an appointment.

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Nearby cities

The suspension bridge at the SeatoSky Gondola during the winter in Squamish British Columbia

Squamish

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.

Aerial view of people crossing the Capilano Suspension Bridge in North Vancouver with river and forest below

North Vancouver

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.

Downtown Vancouver skyline

Vancouver

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. 

People canoeing and paddling on a sunny day on Deer Lake at Deer Lake Park in Burnaby BC

Burnaby

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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