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WOW-FACTOR WHISTLER HOLIDAYS

One of the best outdoor playgrounds in the whole of North America, Whistler is only a 90-minute drive north of bustling Vancouver – but it might as well be on another planet. Serving up dramatic alpine scenery and endless activities, Whistler holidays are ideal for nature-lovers and adventurers. And you can visit all year round. Whether you’re drawn to the snowy slopes or the sun-soaked lakes, this place will never disappoint.  

Having hosted the Winter Olympic Games in 2010, Whistler is a world-famous haven for snowsports. Keen skiers and snowboarders will be in their element here, as the ski resort – officially called Whistler-Blackcomb – has a web of wide, tree-lined pistes. During the winter months, you can look forward to Christmas card-worthy scenes, featuring frozen lakes, powdery mountains and cosy candle-lit bars.

But Whistler holidays aren’t just reserved for skiers – far from it. In May, the winter snows melt to reveal hiking trails and emerald-green lakes, where you can get involved with a range of activities. You can go canoeing and swimming, or tee off on one of Whistler’s immaculate golf courses. Take a guided walk in search of beavers and black bears. Or, get your heart racing when you go zip-lining, mountain biking or white-water rafting.

To top it all off, Whistler Village boasts a fantastic dining options, with everything from casual pubs to award-winning restaurants. After an action-packed day, you can sample craft beers in a taproom or admire the views from a sun-soaked terrace at the foot of the mountain. With pizzerias, French bistros, oyster bars and so much more, there’s something to suit every taste and budget.

Whether you’re planning a summer adventure or a ski trip, our Whistler holidays tick all the boxes. And, if you want to see more of Canada, we’ll help you plan every detail. Why not drive down the Sea-to-Sky Highway and spend a few nights in Vancouver? Or head east to discover the wonders of Banff National Park? Whatever you’re dreaming of, our Travel Specialists will tailor your getaway to suit you.

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Whistler ski holidays

Whistler hotels

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Things to do in Whistler

Come sunshine or snow, Whistler’s mountains, forests and lakes serve up all sorts of things to do. During the warmest months – May to September – you’ll find an endless list of exciting activities.

You could hire a canoe or kayak and paddle across a glacial lake, go swimming in Lost Lake, or follow the hiking trails through the pine trees in search of black bears. Keen golfers, meanwhile, can play 18 holes on stunning courses like Whistler Golf Club and Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Club.

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For a bird’s eye-view of the scenery, hop on the Peak-2-Peak gondola. As you soar across from Whistler Mountain to Blackcomb Mountain, you’ll be able to see glittering glaciers, bright blue waters and rich forests.

Want to get your adrenaline pumping? Whistler offers fun-filled adventures like high ropes and zip-lining, as well as downhill biking and white-water rafting. And, during winter, the snowy slopes are a delight for skiers.

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Whistler ski holidays

The Rocky Mountains were made for skiing, and Whistler is the jewel in the crown. From the end of November until mid-May, this place transforms into a winter wonderland. Spanning more than 8,000 acres, North America’s largest ski resort has over 200 runs, with options for all abilities. So, whether you’re a novice or a pro, you’re sure to be impressed.

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If you fancy taking a break from the slopes, you’ll find lots of other ways to explore Whistler’s wintery landscape. You could go dog-sledding with huskies, or hop on the back of a snowmobile. Alternatively, you could don a pair of snowshoes and walk along powdery trails. Afterwards, why not warm up with a hot chocolate in one of Whistler Village’s cosy bars?

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Whistler hotels

There are so many fantastic places to stay in Whistler. From cosy lodges and self-catered apartments, to luxury five-star hotels, our handpicked selection has got you covered.

If you’re looking for somewhere special, Fairmont Chateau Whistler ticks all the boxes. At the base of Blackcomb Mountain, this impressive hotel looks like something from a fairytale. It’s tucked away among snow-dusted pines but, thanks to the complimentary shuttle service to Whistler Village, you’ll have the best of both worlds. After an action-packed day, you can go for a dip in the indoor and outdoor pools, unwind with a treatment in Vida Spa, and take your pick from five top-notch restaurants.

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Prefer to stay in the heart of the action? Crystal Lodge is the place for you. This award-winning base is in the centre of Whistler Village, just a stone’s throw away from the bars, restaurants and ski lifts. You can choose between snug studios, spacious suites and two-bedroom apartments, ideal for families. Plus, there’s an outdoor pool and hot tub – ideal for admiring the dramatic peaks.

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Best time to visit Whistler

The best time to go to Whistler depends on how you’d like to spend your time. If skiing is your thing, you’ll want to plan your trip for winter. Whistler’s ski season is much longer than Europe’s, so you can expect powdery snow anytime between late November and mid-May.

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Alternatively, if you want to make the most of the great outdoors when it’s warmer, June to September is the best time to go to Whistler. During the summer months, temperatures hover around 25°C. So you can look forward to dry, warm weather for activities like cycling, kayaking and golf. Just bear in mind that it can get very busy in July and August. So, if you’d prefer to avoid the crowds, June or September is the best time to go.

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Things to do

Things to do in Whistler

Come sunshine or snow, Whistler’s mountains, forests and lakes serve up all sorts of things to do. During the warmest months – May to September – you’ll find an endless list of exciting activities.

You could hire a canoe or kayak and paddle across a glacial lake, go swimming in Lost Lake, or follow the hiking trails through the pine trees in search of black bears. Keen golfers, meanwhile, can play 18 holes on stunning courses like Whistler Golf Club and Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Club.

Show More
Show Less

For a bird’s eye-view of the scenery, hop on the Peak-2-Peak gondola. As you soar across from Whistler Mountain to Blackcomb Mountain, you’ll be able to see glittering glaciers, bright blue waters and rich forests.

Want to get your adrenaline pumping? Whistler offers fun-filled adventures like high ropes and zip-lining, as well as downhill biking and white-water rafting. And, during winter, the snowy slopes are a delight for skiers.

Show More
Show Less

Whistler ski holidays

Whistler ski holidays

The Rocky Mountains were made for skiing, and Whistler is the jewel in the crown. From the end of November until mid-May, this place transforms into a winter wonderland. Spanning more than 8,000 acres, North America’s largest ski resort has over 200 runs, with options for all abilities. So, whether you’re a novice or a pro, you’re sure to be impressed.

Show More
Show Less

If you fancy taking a break from the slopes, you’ll find lots of other ways to explore Whistler’s wintery landscape. You could go dog-sledding with huskies, or hop on the back of a snowmobile. Alternatively, you could don a pair of snowshoes and walk along powdery trails. Afterwards, why not warm up with a hot chocolate in one of Whistler Village’s cosy bars?

Show More
Show Less

Whistler hotels

Whistler hotels

There are so many fantastic places to stay in Whistler. From cosy lodges and self-catered apartments, to luxury five-star hotels, our handpicked selection has got you covered.

If you’re looking for somewhere special, Fairmont Chateau Whistler ticks all the boxes. At the base of Blackcomb Mountain, this impressive hotel looks like something from a fairytale. It’s tucked away among snow-dusted pines but, thanks to the complimentary shuttle service to Whistler Village, you’ll have the best of both worlds. After an action-packed day, you can go for a dip in the indoor and outdoor pools, unwind with a treatment in Vida Spa, and take your pick from five top-notch restaurants.

Show More
Show Less

Prefer to stay in the heart of the action? Crystal Lodge is the place for you. This award-winning base is in the centre of Whistler Village, just a stone’s throw away from the bars, restaurants and ski lifts. You can choose between snug studios, spacious suites and two-bedroom apartments, ideal for families. Plus, there’s an outdoor pool and hot tub – ideal for admiring the dramatic peaks.

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Show Less

Best time to go

Best time to visit Whistler

The best time to go to Whistler depends on how you’d like to spend your time. If skiing is your thing, you’ll want to plan your trip for winter. Whistler’s ski season is much longer than Europe’s, so you can expect powdery snow anytime between late November and mid-May.

Show More
Show Less

Alternatively, if you want to make the most of the great outdoors when it’s warmer, June to September is the best time to go to Whistler. During the summer months, temperatures hover around 25°C. So you can look forward to dry, warm weather for activities like cycling, kayaking and golf. Just bear in mind that it can get very busy in July and August. So, if you’d prefer to avoid the crowds, June or September is the best time to go.

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