99 Things to Do

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1. See the Sights

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There’s more than your eyes can actually take in at the top of Whistler or Blackcomb. But why choose? With the Peak 2 Peak gondola, you can see it all. Eye candy for real eyes.
2. Ski and ride

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You didn’t come all this way NOT to slide down the mountain. There’s a reason why Whistler Blackcomb is consistently rated number one. See for yourself!
3. Relive Our Olympics

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There are a host of legacies left behind from Whistler’s biggest party, the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games. Look beyond the five rings!
4. Sightseeing

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The record-breaking, gravity-defying PEAK 2 PEAK gondola linking Whistler and Blackcomb is a ride not to be missed. You don’t have to be a skier or a snowboarder to enjoy it. Come up in your snow boots and stay for a while.

5. Après

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If you’re not heading home in your ski boots at 10 p.m. it’s not an après. Find a patio, get settled under a heater, order beer and nachos, and relive your day.

6. Valley Trail

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Perhaps one of our proudest achievements is our Valley Trail. The two-lane trail stretches from one end of the valley to the other and makes getting about Whistler easy. Ride it. Walk it. Run it. Cruise it.

There are lots of treasures in the local shops. Take the time to explore.

Japanese, Indian, Mexican, Thai, Irish, Australian. There’s something to tempt every taste bud. From award-winning high end fare to quick grab and go’s, dining out in Whistler is an experience not to be missed.

9. Skinny Ski

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It’s not all about downhill here. There’s a huge wonderful network of cross-country trails both close to the village at Lost Lake Park, and south of town at the Olympic legacy venue in the Callaghan Valley
10. Look Around

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Take the time to stop and look around. Ponder Black Tusk. Soak up the alpenglow. It’s worth it to stop and wonder.

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