99 Things to Do

The Top 10


1. Ski/Ride

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And find out why Whistler is rated the number one ski resort in North America. It’s because… nothing else compares.

2. Find a Local

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We’re a friendly bunch. We want to show you what Whistler is all about so you see what we see in our hometown. Find a local to truly get the inside scoop.

3. Skinny Ski

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Rent some cross-country skis and just enjoy. You don’t need mad skills and you don’t have to be super fit. Just bring a sense of fun and adventure.

4. PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola

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While the record-breaking gondola takes skiers and riders from Whistler Mountain to Blackcomb Mountain, and back, it’s also a sightseeing experience in itself. Wait for the glass-bottom gondola and feel what it’s like to float high above the forest. You can boast about all the world records you’ve broken too.

5. Go Beyond

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Get into the backcountry. Whether it’s on your own steam skinning up the mountain or racing uphill on a snowmobile or chasing through the forest by dogsled, don’t miss out on the chance to soak up the vast surrounding beauty of the Coast Mountains.

6. Off-Hill Fun

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There are so many off-hill activities to do in Whistler. Try one. Try several. Dogsledding, ziptrekking, snowmobiling, bungee jumping… just to name a few.

7. Mountain Tours

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The inside scoop on the great outdoors. Whistler Blackcomb’s mountain hosts will let you in on the best skiing and riding in-bounds. Leaves daily at 11:30 a.m. from the alpine light board on Whistler and the guest satisfaction centre at the top of Solar Coaster on Blackcomb.

8. Soak in the Alpenglow

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It’s the magical moment in time when the sun dips just below the horizon and lights up our peaks in a kaleidoscope of pink, red and yellow. Take a moment.

9. Find a Keepsake

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There’s a made-in-Whistler memento that will suit you to a tee, from beer to chocolate to skis. Pack a piece of Whistler in your suitcase to remember the good times.

10. Be Prepared

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The trick to having fun on the wet coast, ummm, the West Coast, rather, is to be prepared for the weather. There’s no such thing as bad weather, just poor clothing choices. Words to live by.