Whistler apres

The Black Tie Ski Rentals Guide to Whistler’s Best Apres

If there’s anything that comes close to perfect day of skiing or snowboarding at Whistler Blackcomb, it’s the perfect après session. It’s not so much about the reward after a day on the slopes (that’s a reward in itself), but a celebration. Après is a chance for you and your friends to toast to the day’s achievements, relive the hilarious… Read more →

Top Reasons to go Spring Skiing in Whistler

‘Tis the month of spring breaks all across North America. And what better way for school and university students to unwind mid-semester than spring skiing? Every March, thousands of spring breakers descend on Whistler to hits the slopes and let their hair down in the town’s vibrant nightlife. Families also arrive in droves to enjoy the long sunny days, warmer… Read more →

Whistler Upper Village

5 Things We Love about Whistler’s Upper Village

If you’re lucky enough to have skied in Whistler, you’ve likely had the chance to sample the unique and celebratory atmosphere of the village. When Whistler Blackcomb gets voted as the No. 1 Overall Ski Resort in North America by the annual SKI Magazine Resort Survey, it scores high points for its terrain, lodging and off-hill activities and the such.… Read more →

Best non-skiing Whistler Activities

Down Days: Best non-skiing Whistler Activities

Skiing holidays in Whistler can be physically taxing. Waking up early, pulling on layers and layers of clothing and then spending the day sliding down a mountain can really take its toll on the body. If the weather is cold or snowy, it can drain even more energy. Luckily, when muscles are crying out for a break from this daily… Read more →

storm skiing

How to Survive Storm Skiing days in Whistler

Lining up for the first chair on powder days is a ski town tradition. New snow is only new once, and local skiers and snowboarders know that the only way to guarantee white freshness is to get out of bed early. But when the winter storm hits, so does the wind, cold and moisture – sometimes for days at a… Read more →

winter activities in Whistler

4 must-do Winter Activities in Whistler

When you think winter in Whistler, probably  the first thing that comes to mind is skiing and snowboarding. After all, Whistler Blackcomb is rated as one of the top ski resorts in the world, year after year. It’s the largest ski resort in North America, too, and many locals can attest to living here for most of their lives and still finding new places… Read more →

10 Ways to Avoid Queues in Whistler

10 Ways to Avoid Queues in Whistler this Winter

You’ve just arrived for your ski vacation in Whistler. Snow is on the ground, holiday lights decorate the streets and pumpkin spice lattes are flying off the barista line. This is lining up to be the ski trip of a lifetime. The only issue is, thousands of other visitors chose the same week as you to visit Whistler, and that… Read more →

Dining in Whistler – Our Top Picks

Dining in Whistler is a vacation unto itself, and we suggest that you arrive hungry and prepared to dive into some of the best cuisine on the planet. Now we may be biased, but we are also incredibly lucky to have the choices that we do. I’m not sure how it happened (I have a hunch that chefs flock here… Read more →

Opening Day Recap!

Winter has begun in Whistler! Despite some serious sunshine over the past 10 days, an arctic front maintaining constant sub-zero temperatures provided ample opportunity for Whistler Blackcomb to flex their mighty snowmaking muscles and the hill was ready for action a week early! Reports from the mountain have been full of excitement, from the first rides up on the new… Read more →