Flying above Whistler with Harbour Air

After spending a summer exploring, hiking and camping around Whistler I couldn't think of a better way to end my time there than to see it from the air. To look down on the village that had been my home for the last two years and to see almost every lake I hiked to and... Continue Reading →

Hiking on Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains

Before You Go The main thing you need is a sightseeing ticket for the Whistler Village Gondola. These are pricey at $50 if you book online in advance, but it's worth it if you plan on spending a full day on the mountain. You can also get a Peak 2 Peak pass for $80. Bring... Continue Reading →

Stick Around for a Summer in Whistler

Whistler is fast becoming as popular in the summer as it is in the winter, but everything is slightly cheaper. You can also take advantage of the huge range of amazing outdoor activities like hiking, camping and mountain biking. You'll be swapping sweaty nights in Moe Joe's for lakeside BBQs and snowboards for bikes. Whistler... Continue Reading →

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