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Whistler Cornucopia 2019

Whistler Cornucopia 2019

Cornucopia is an 11-day festival in Whistler which celebrates food, drinks, and all the finer things in life. Cornucopia’s schedule is full of a variety of programs and events to satisfy the senses, including; winery dinners, grand tastings, culinary workshops and so much more.

Bears in Whistler - Your Complete Guide

Bears in Whistler - Your Complete Guide

One of the most beautiful things about visiting Whistler is that you get to spend some time in nature. But our largest neighbours, bears, are by far our most popular. This guide will teach you all you need to know about bears in Whistler.

Whistler Writers Festival 2019

Whistler Writers Festival 2019

The annual Whistler Writers Festival is returning this October for its 18th year celebrating the art of storytelling and literature. Located in the beautiful Coast Mountains, Whistler Writers Festival entertains bookworms from around the globe with literary activities, readings, seminars, workshop sessions, and much more.

A Guide To Whistler’s Waterfalls

A Guide To Whistler’s Waterfalls

Whistler is also home to some absolutely stunning waterfalls. It’s quite amazing to see tonnes upon tonnes of water gushing through rocky landscapes. Luckily for visitors, there are a number of waterfalls within easy reach of Whistler.

Your Guide to the Whistler Alpine

Your Guide to the Whistler Alpine

The Alpine is a high mountainous region that exists above the treeline. Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains are made up of predominantly andesite and dacite. These are igneous rocks that formed from lava flows. There’s also a lot of shale present here. This rock was once mud that made up the seafloor.

Canada Day in Whistler

Canada Day in Whistler

Whistler is a great place to celebrate your Canada Day Long Weekend. Whistler is always packed with fun activities for everyone, and Canada Day is no different. Join locals and visitors in celebrating this National Holiday on July 1st. Whistler loves to celebrate in style, so get ready for block parties, free concerts, a parade, street entertainment, fireworks, and more!

How to Learn about Whistler News

How to Learn about Whistler News

Gone are the days where a town crier comes to the town square to announce the news. As Whistler continues to grow so does its various news outlets. Not only can you check out most of these outlets from anywhere in the world but by diving in, you can learn more about the community, activities, events and even feel like a local. We recommend that you check out any of the following resources before, during and after your visit to Whistler.

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