Things To Do in Whistler
1. Ride Peak 2 Peak Gondola
A record-breaking lift that takes you between Whistler and the striking Blackcomb mountains, the Peak 2 Peak Gondola provides breath-taking 360-degree views of snow-capped peaks, lakes, glaciers and forest. We suggest you enjoy a meal in one of the five restaurants at the top – you will never have experienced ‘dinner with a view’ quite like this before.
2. Indulge in a Whistler Tasting Tour
Having just joined the illustrious Canadian Signature Experience list, a Whistler Tasting Tour provides you with a once in a lifetime opportunity to eat and drink your way around Whistler. From budget eats to fine dining, these extensive tours have something to appeal to all tastes
3. Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre
If you want to learn the fascinating history of the First Nation peoples that call this region home, this modern museum is your perfect stop. With exhibits showcasing indigenous art and culture, plus a café where you can sample First Nation’s cuisine, you can easily spend a few hours here. Make sure you check out the fantastic gift shop!
4. Olympic Park
As the location of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, Olympic Park is one of Whistler’s most popular tourist attractions. Explore the park in show shoes or skies or keep the kids entertained on the toboggan hill. Maybe you will be participating in the games next!
5. Alexander Falls
If you are looking for a peaceful place to enjoy nature’s splendour, visit Alexander Falls. This 141-foot tumbling waterfall can be observed from a viewing platform, or as you eat lunch at the picnic tables. Keep your eyes peeled - you may see a bear meandering around the premises!