Whistler British Columbia Travel Guide

Whistler Travel GuideWhistler is an incredible ski village in British Columbia that I consider a must visit at some point in your life. I was lucky enough to visit during the winter and the summer. There is so much to do year round it does not matter when you visit.

Whistler Activities

Meadow Park Sports Centre with an indoor swimming pool and ice skating rink.

Skiing 

Snow Tubing

Taman Sari Royal Heritage Spa

The Core Indoor Rock Climbing

Zip Line with Super Fly Zip Lines:

Whistler Restaurants

El Furniture Warehouse – The atmosphere is casual, the food is quite good and the prices are some of the cheapest in Whistler. Many items are $5, Canadian dollars that is. Expect to wait for a table, because this place is popular and often packed. The food comes out pretty fast!

Misty Mountain Pizza – Near the base of the mountain, this place is pretty cheap. You can get pizza by the slice. They also have a free video game in there for kids to play and free water.

Peaked Pies – This place rocks. I mean it’s just pot pies but they are so good. We tried three different kinds and they were all equally good. If you choose to, you can add peas and mashed potatoes and gravy on top. We only ordered one like this and regretted not getting all of them this way. If you are looking for tasty take out this place is where you want to go!

Whistler Hotels

Cascade Lodge – One bedrooms with kitchens, great hot tub, and pool

Four Seasons Whistler – A luxury lodge with lots of amenities and huge suites.

Summit Lodge – Great boutique hotel, hot tub, hot chocolate bar in the afternoon, spacious rooms.

Whiskey Jack – Older but extremely large units with multiple bedrooms. Saunas in the condo.

Whistler Vacation Club at Twin Peaks – Many units are two stories with the bedrooms upstairs. There is a nice hot tub and pool. 

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