Exploring Whistler this winter? Remember-COVID-19 is not on vacation. Learn more about how to have winter fun while helping prevent the spread of COVID-19 and respecting Whistler’s natural environment.
View the latest COVID-19 news, restrictions and activities to help you play safe in Whistler this winter.
The outdoor skating rink at Whistler Olympic Plaza is now open.
Explore the thousands of festive lights & displays, stumble upon a local musician performing outdoors or take the best holiday photo in front of our many festive photo ops.
Lost Lake offers 25 km of cross country trails and 15 km of snowshoe trails with incredible views of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains.
The majority of the Whistler Valley Trail is cleared in the winter, with the exception of sections groomed for multi-use activities including cross country skiing.
Several covered picnic shelters are available throughout Whistler Village to provide a safe and weather-protected space for people to consume food purchased from local establishments.
The Cultural Connector is a scenic pathway through Whistler Village and the Upper Village that links six cultural institutions in Whistler and identifies noteworthy points and anecdotes. It is a chance to learn about the community’s cultural evolution over time.
Go Whistler Tours are brought to you by Tourism Whistler and the Resort Municipality of Whistler. The curated tours guide you to unique experiences and locations throughout our resort, from art galleries to nature walks.
Explore Whistler’s public art. The public art program was established in 1996, and today includes a total of 55 public and private art pieces showcased throughout the community.
Borrow ebooks, downloadable audiobooks, magazines, movies, music and access to online learning platforms.
Learn what is currently available, how processes have changed and what is required for your upcoming visit.
Be adventure smart when you head outdoors in the winter. With winter conditions and variable weather patterns, it is important for everyone to understand the conditions, carry the 10 essentials, and be properly trained.
Explore a new playground or just take in the scenery at one of Whistler’s beautiful parks.
Although the Games may be over, the magic and legacies it brought to this small mountain town will last for generations to come. Relive the moments and create your own 2010 Games Experience with the help of this brochure and map.