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12 Socially Distant Activities in Whistler

With COVID-19 still tearing through British Columbia, you may be wondering what there is to do in Whistler these days. Lucky for you, so much of Whistler is still open and operating this year. What’s more? Beyond just masks and vaccine passports, a lot of the activities in Whistler are naturally socially-distanced or operate on…

Getting A Seasonal Job in Whistler | Where to Find Work

So the jaw-dropping mountains and endless adventure of Whistler Blackcomb have caught your attention. Dreaming of days spent earning your turns, surfing the powder, and then reliving it all an hour later over an ice cold craft beer is what drew most of us to Whistler in the first place and keeps a lot of…

The Best Hot Tubs in Whistler | Updated 2022

Here in Whistler, we’re pretty good at getting outside, having adventures, and earning our apres-beers.  What else are we good at? Relaxing.  With most of the hotels and AirBnb’s in Whistler having their private hot tubs, having a little hot soak has to be the best way to wind down after a long ski day. …

Whistler’s Best Patios According to Forged Axe Throwing

Whistler is known for world-class skiing, snowboarding, and mountain biking. So what do these three adrenaline-inducing sports have in common? Besides the fact that they take place on a mountain, they include some incredible après on Whistler’s patio restaurants.  If you’re wondering what exactly an après is, it’s the post-sport celebration which typically includes drinks,…

Whistler vs Banff: 2 Epic Options for a Canadian Ski Vacation

When choosing where to go for a British Columbian ski vacation, Whistler and Banff are the two resorts that probably come to mind. If you’re looking for excellent snow, luxury hotels, plenty of Australians and a great time, both are stellar options. But, maybe you need a deep dive into Whistler vs .Banff covering the…

Ski Rentals Near Me? Where to Rent Skis & Snowboards in Whistler

If you’ve ever tried to drag a ski bag through an airport, you’ll know why Whistler Blackcomb ski rentals are a dime a dozen.  Nobody’s got time for the hassle, the cost, and the pain of lugging your ski gear around on airplanes, which is why there are loads of options for ski and snowboard…

The Ultimate Guide to the 5 Lakes Near Whistler

Summer in Whistler is awesome — hands-down. The sun is shining, the days are long, and you’re in a world-class mecca of outdoor adventure. But beyond biking and hiking, we want to bring your attention to the lakes in Whistler.  The locals know it all too well. When the temperatures start to soar, the only…

How to Get to Whistler, BC (Updated 2021/2022 Season)

If you are traveling to Whistler, you’ll need to know how to get here. Whether you want to hop on a bus from YVR to Whistler, book a private shuttle service for you and your crew, or want to splurge on a chartered flight — here is everything you need to know about how to…

48 Hours in Whistler

You want to get the best out of your trip, but you only have 48 hours. You are facing a conundrum —what to do in Whistler, Canada? With so many things to do in our little city, it may seem overwhelming to try to pack it all into a weekend. Lucky for you, we’ve planned…

The Whistler Snow Report: Updated for 2021/2022

With Whistler’s ski season headed our way, everybody in Whistler, including all the staff at Forged Axe Throwing, are holding their breath for a whisper of snow.  During the winter season, pow lovers just can’t stop refreshing the mountain forecasts. It’s this time of year when the Whistler snow report gets a lot of attention. …

Shopping in Whistler at Christmas: Local Gifts and Experiences

Sweeping views of snow-capped mountains. Crunchy powder beneath your boots. Lights strung up throughout the Village. ‘Tis the Christmas season in Whistler.  And when it’s Christmas, Whistlers stores and local artisans go all out. Shopping in Whistler is never as good as it is around the holiday season. If you are visiting Whistler for Christmas…

Whistler Craft Beer Month: Your 2021 Guide

One thing that Whistler folks love is their craft beer.This October, come celebrate the delicious golden beverage at the Whistler Craft Beer Month, where the city comes together to offer exciting events, deals, and celebrations. The Whistler Craft Beer Month runs at several restaurants and bars around Whistler from October 1 through 31. In addition,…

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