Challenge yourself to the steepest 400m race in the world. This fun event takes place at Whistler Olympic Park on July 14th.
Corncucopia is Whistler’s celebration of food and drink, combining infamous parties, primal ingredients, a globally known resort and the region’s top taste‐makers, over 11 days and nights, to serve up the most refreshing fall food + wine festival in the Pacific North West.
From November 29th to December 3rd, the Whistler Film Festival will welcome film fans and filmmakers to experience its 17th edition with fresh films, special guests, epic events, innovative industry Summit and talent programs, and time to play in North America’s premiere mountain resort destination.
The Whistler Writers Festival (formerly the Whistler Readers and Writers Festival) is an annual fall event celebrating the written word. It’s a chance to meet renowned authors, listen to lively speakers panels and attend workshops on publishing, comedy and word craft before gathering for evenings of music and great conversation with other readers and writers.
The festival takes over Whistler Olympic Plaza all weekend long. The entrance fee gives access to free activities such as face painting, balloon hats, origami and a covered free-play area for kids under 2 years. There will be performers on stage all day and roving characters to surprise and delight.
Test ride brand new bikes on Whistler’s trails and see how the latest technology stands up to British Columbia’s world famous terrain. It’s the ultimate Whistler vacation on wheels, with bikes, guides, bike park passes and social events included. There’s no better introduction to Sea to Sky biking out there.
Celebrate your mother with a fabulous brunch at Fairmont Chateau Whistler amongst family and friends!
Famous for its incredible holiday brunches, The Wildflower Restaurant’s culinary team will be serving up a Mother’s Day Brunch and a feast for all your senses. Moms will receive a complimentary mimosa!
22 years strong, the World Ski & Snowboard Festival is a 10 day and night showcase of some of the best of mountain culture, music, arts and snow sports. The festival takes place from April 7-16th.
Nourish the soul with a yoga practice set amongst the inspiring artwork of the Audain Art Museum. Qualified yoga instructors will lead you through flowing sessions that center on the confluence of art and yoga.
Why should the adults get all the fun? Visit Whistler Olympic Plaza on Monday and Wednesday evenings through winter for Family Après, an event featuring free kid-friendly activities and entertainment.
Surrounded by the sparkling holiday lights and close to the outdoor ice skating rink, Family Après is all about experiencing winter outdoor fun with your kids, the Canadian way.
This action packed weekend features fun filled ski events, wine, beer and food galore, our famous live and silent live auctions and fabulous live entertainment. This event is definitely one not to miss!
Dress like Santa and Mrs. Claus and ski for free at Whistler Blackcomb. All Santa and Mrs. Claus’s will upload the Whistler Village Gondola at 8am, then ride or ski to the bottom of the Emerald Express for a group photo.
For kids aged 6-11 interested in learning about the environment and Whistler’s natural surroundings. The children will take part in wild plant and animal programs, interactive crafts, games, plays and imaginative activities.
Whistler. It’s just fun to say, and an even better place to test a bike on rugged mountain trails. When you’re done riding brand new bikes, go grab a beer with your friends and relax in beautiful B.C.
The 3rd annual Whistler’s Great Outdoors Festival (GO Fest) returns on the Victoria Day Long Weekend, when summer and winter meet. Come and spend four days trying different outdoors activities and products in a beautiful outdoor setting. Get outside and celebrate the convergence of summer and winter at GO Fest, May 20–23, 2016.
Where else but in Whistler could you have performers entertain you with an electric mix of music, dance and spinning fire? Watch world-class athletes flipping and twisting through a burning ring of fire and finish with a first class fireworks display.