Skiing in Whistler
Boasting the highest ski lift in the world, the Peak 2 Peak Gondola, Whistler provides thrilling descents across its two mountains. Extensive ski areas and exquisite powder conditions make Whistler a top choice for boarders and skiers alike.
Top runs include the Stoker, Cruiser and Espresso, in which several delightful blue woodland trails can be enjoyed, below the Rendezvous and Glacier Creek. For more advanced, thrill-seeking skiers, double-black, diamond terrain can be found on the left-hand side of the Horstman Hut.
Dining in Whistler
Whistler’s culinary scene has evolved over the years to provide a plethora of fine dining options, from local dishes to international cuisine. One of the best-known restaurants in town, Araxi, is a hub for seafood specialities and is renowned for its exquisite oysters.
For higher altitude mountain feasts, the Crystal Hut is a popular spot, fuelling hungry skiers with irresistible cheese fondue and local artisan bread.
Whistler is more than just a luxury ski resort, with dog sledding, snowmobile tours, Olympic bobsleigh tracks and even heli-skiing, the opportunities are endless for an action-packed ski holiday.
Whistler is also known for its après ski scene, popular choices for a hand-crafted cocktail or to taste the locally brewed beer include Braidwood Tavern and Bar Oso.