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Eating out in Whistler can mean anything you want it to mean. Whether you’re looking to grab a quick bite en route to adventure, or linger over a decadent West Coast feast, there are plenty of options to keep you well nourished and happy.

Araxi, Whistler's first fine dining restaurant, for dishes like grilled Canadian beef, risotto from wild and cultivated BC mushrooms, and Desolation Sound oysters, all served with an award-winning wine list.

Pizza Antico, enjoy a wood-fired pizza and large craft beer selection. 

It Caminetto, this itlaian eatery serves up very generous servings of pasta, risotto and other Italian classics. 


A short drive from Whistler village is the Scandinave Spa. There's no talking and no cell phones so the  environment is almost totally silent and the view overlooking the mountains is beautiful.  Guests first warm up in the Eucalyptus steam room, Finnish wood-burning sauna or one of the hot pools. The heat is meant to soothe before the cold stimulates. The cold comes from one of the two cold pools or a cold outdoor shower. The final step, relax. 

There are many othe spa options within the Whistler village area.

Photo credit: Logan Stone



A loved sport by Colleen & David. Snowshoeing is a great way to get out into the winter wonderland withouth the big expensive of clothing and equipment. A winter coat, winter pants, a toque and gloves and hiking boots (running shoe will work) are all you need. Tours are avaialble or strap on a pair and go explore Lost Lake. Make sure to check the map and know which trail you're following.  


Whistler is the perfect place to go ziplining through the trees, with gorgeous natural scenery everywhere you look. Learn about this spectacular temperate rainforest environment as you make your way through the canopy, and reach speeds of up to 100 kilometres/hour (60 miles/hour) on some of North America’s longest ziplines. The mind-blowing Sasquatch zipline spans 2 kilometres (1.2 miles) from high on Blackcomb Mountain across to mid-Whistler Mountain.

Photo credit: Ziptrek Ecotours Inc.





There are numerous things to do in Whistler, peak about the village shops, Ice Skating, try your hand at bobsledding, visit the tube park, cross-country skiing and of course downhill skiing. 


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With hotel rates starting as low as $149 during ** Spring Break ** this is the perfect time for a little get-away. There is a lot more to do in Whistler than just ski. Learn more