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In the winter months, Whistler offers outstanding terrain for skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling and snowshoeing. Whistler-Blackcomb Mountains feature more than 200 marked runs and 37 lifts. Complementing the already extensive alpine routes, there is access to Whistler Olympic Park, as it has remained active as a public winter sports venue. In the spring and summer, enjoy an array of exciting activities like mountain biking, hiking on impressive trails, and horseback riding.
For the adventure seekers, there is kayaking, bungee jumping, zip-lining, paragliding, and windsurfing.
Families can enjoy camping, river rafting, and fishing for trout and salmon in the freshwater rivers and lakes. Breathtaking glaciers offer escape in the middle of pristine nature surrounded by lush vegetation.
If you welcome a respite from the deluge of adrenaline, unwind in the luxurious spas and relax in the many restaurants and cafes, enjoying freshly prepared foods and delicious baked goods. When the nightlife vibes beckon, head out and join the bustle as Whistler comes alive with laughter, celebration, and good times.
Surrounded by ubiquitous splendor, a ribbon of picturesque beauty sows its way through this four season resort, inviting all visitors to surrender into the abandon of adventure. Whistler is where you will find yourself making memories to last a lifetime.