Whistler Unique 10: Exploring Whistler Village
Whistler Village is conveniently located at the base of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains, a gateway to a range of exciting activities including skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, hiking, golf and many more. The Village itself is also a hive of activity and attractions not to be missed. The pedestrian-only Village Stroll is lined with shops, restaurants, hotels and many more attractions all with stunning views of the surrounding mountains.
From Whistler's Skiers plaza to the Whistler Olympic Plaza there is something to entertain everyone no matter your age. To ensure we experienced all the highlights of Whistler Village our hosts Amelia and Monty stopped by the Whistler Village Host Program booth located right outside the Crystal Lodge. These fantastic volunteers offer an abundance of historical and general Whistler information to ensure every Whistler visitor is able to relax and enjoy the friendly Whistler atmosphere and unique mountain culture.
Whistler Unique Series:
Monty the Moose and co-host Amelia from our hotel front desk have had a fantastic time exploring some of the many Summer activities in Whistler as part of our Summer Series of Whistler Unique. As the snow starts to fall here in Whistler it's time to get excited for winter, if you missed our Winter Series, please click here to see Monty's adventures last winter.
Here are the four episodes from our Summer Series:
|Now Screening||Episode 7 - Nicklaus North Golf Course|
|Now Screening||Episode 8 - Arbutus Routes|
|Now Screening||Episode 9 - Superfly Treetop Adventures|
|Now Screening||Episode 10 - Exploring Whistler Village Stroll|
Photo Credit: Tourism Whistler / Mike Crane
The Crystal is my go to place in whistler. The staff is fantastic and it really is in the center of it all. I would recommend it anyone going to Whistler. If you have a question about any activities or restaurants, the staff is more than willing to fill you in. They truly do all they can to make your stay great.
Leah S | Abbotsford BC