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Get Outdoors in Whistler this Summer

There’s never been a better time to explore Whistler’s massive outdoor surroundings.

Escape from the hustle and bustle with an amazing adventure deep into nature.Whistler is full of great places to explore, from alpine hiking trails to waterfalls and lakes, you’ll have no problem finding something to do outside while you’re here.

Whistler COVID-19 Information

If you’re planning on heading up Whistler Blackcomb, remember to bring your own face covering — it’s mandatory to wear one in lift lines, on gondolas and chairlifts, and inside at their retail and restaurant locations. Find out more about What’s Open in Whistler!

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We’re expanding our footprint with a few new openings this week. Creekside bike park opens for the season this Friday, operating 10am to 4 pm with grab n’ go food and patio space at Dusty’s. We’ve also added Overlord to our Alpine hiking experience. Head to the Main Village or Upper Village for sightseeing and hiking access, and tap into the best weeks of wildflower season. Check out our COVID safety protocols at the link in our bio. Here’s a few pro tips for enjoying the mountain: 1️⃣ Save the planet and sport your best look by bringing your own face covering (mask or buffs accepted). A face covering is required. 2️⃣ Help reduce the lines by pre-purchasing online. You need to pick up a ticket, but pre-purchasing reduces the queue! 3️⃣ All WB outlets are now cashless to help you reduce the surfaces you touch. #FindYourSpace 📷 @wintonphotos

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Whistler Hikes

One of the things we all love about Whistler is it’s many hiking trails. No matter what level of hiking experience, there’s a trail here for you.

There are plenty of amazing Whistler hiking trails that are easily accessible from in and around the village. But if you really want to explore the great outdoors you should check out these Whistler area hikes.

Whistler Area Waterfalls 

Any outdoor lover enjoys a good waterfall! Whistler is surrounded by some absolutely stunning waterfalls, which are easily accessible most of the year.

The sheer force of the rushing water falling is truly something to behold. There are quite a few different waterfalls to visit in the Whistler area, each with their own unique charm.

Lakes in Whistler

Once the weather warms up it’s time to hit the lake! Whistler is home to five awesome lakes which are all great for floating on! You can float in a canoe, kayak, stand up paddleboard, reusable inflatable device and many other buoyant devices.

Each lake has its own unique features and different boating regulations, so it’s important to familiarize yourself with those before you head to the lake (if you plan on using a boat).

Book Your Summer Getaway Now

Summer is a wonderful time to visit Whistler. Our summer lodging deals give you the flexibility and freedom to plan your perfect getaway with family and friends.