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Shining the Spotlight on Books and Film This Fall in Whistler

Shining the Spotlight on Books and Film This Fall in Whistler

Days are chillier and it is time to get into some literary offerings in Whistler, along with the Whistler Film Festival in late November! Fall doesn’t just mean the Turkey Sale and a flurry of activity related to the upcoming ski season,

A Visitor’s Guide to Fall Dining in Whistler

A Visitor’s Guide to Fall Dining in Whistler

Is it the turkey sale and dreams of ski days and powder to come? Visions of first tracks down the slopes? Here’s the secret: what locals are thinking about is the bounty of food and wine that Whistler is known for in the fall – and the celebration of good taste known as Cornucopia.

A Whistler Visitor’s Guide to Bringing Home a Piece of Art

A Whistler Visitor’s Guide to Bringing Home a Piece of Art

In the quest for sustainability, nothing beats a piece of art – either visual art of an original or a high-quality print, or a useful ceramic or wooden bowl, or weaving or baskets that combine practicality with beauty.

Not in…ON: A Guide to On-Water Activities in Whistler

Not in…ON: A Guide to On-Water Activities in Whistler

When the going gets hot, savvy locals get off land and onto one of Whistler’s pristine lakes or rivers. Beat the heat and get your exercise at the same time with some of these fantastic water sports.

Relaxation 101: A Guide to the Scandinave Spa

Relaxation 101: A Guide to the Scandinave Spa

The Scandinave Spa has been a favourite of Whistler locals and visitors since it opened. Nestled in the forest, amongst huge spruce and cedar trees, this gem of a spa should not be missed.

How to Dress Like a Whistler Local

How to Dress Like a Whistler Local

Sometimes you want to express yourself and do your own thing. But there are definitely times when you want to blend in and look like a local. There’s no shortage of great stores in Whistler Village to let your inner sporty side shine. Here are a few ideas…

A Visitor’s Guide to First Nations Culture in Whistler

A Visitor’s Guide to First Nations Culture in Whistler

Whistler residents like to call themselves “locals” after about four years. But who are the real locals? Not where you were born, not where your parents were born, or your grandparents, but where your ancestors were born and lived thousands of years ago. That important distinction in this region belongs to the Coast and Interior Salish people.

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