Things to do in 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.
Below are some of our favourite things to do in Whistler Village!
There is no shortage of activities for adventure-seekers in Whistler. Some highlights include biking, golfing, skiing, and ziplining.
Biking: Whistler offers a variety of biking options depending on your skill level and interests. Whistler offers a world-renown mountain bike park, cross-country biking trails, recreational cycling, and road cycling. The Valley Trail is one of tourists favourite spots, spanning 40 km on a paved and scenic route.
Ski: There’s no doubt Whistler is known for skiing on an international level. It’s a dream destination with over 8,1000 acres of ski-able terrain and two mountains connected by a Peak2Peak gondola. Know you want to come during the 2019/20 winter season? Book now save up to 55% on your stay!
Golf: There are four major golf courses in Whistler, Big Sky Golf Club, Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Club, Nicklaus North Golf Course, and Whistler Golf Club. With long seasons, running from late April till early October, there is lots of time to spend time exploring the courses that Whistler has to offer. Want a deal? We have a golf package available to make the most our of your golf retreat. Click here for more information.
Extreme Activities: For the real thrill-seekers, get your adrenaline rush by visiting one or multiple of Whistler’s extreme activities. Whistler offers white-water rafting, ziplining, bungee jumping and more!
For Arts Enthusiasts:
It’s not all about being physical up in Whistler. Visit the Whistler Museum and Squamish Lil-wat Cultural Centre to learn about how Whistler became what it is today and the Nations that lived in the land. The Audain Art Museum hosts exhibitions that shed light on the beauty of British Columbia. One of Whistler’s newest attractions, Vallea Lumina, “a multimedia night walk in pursuit of hidden wonders” suitable for all ages.
For Leisure Lovers:
Take a break and escape from a long day enjoying Whistler’s activities. From spas to bear-watching, to fine dining, Whistler has what you need to relax and unwind. Looking for a getaway to Whistler, check out our Peak2Peak or Relaxation Package!