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Say Yes in Whistler! How to Make it an Experience to Remember

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Word is getting out that Whistler makes a pretty awesome wedding destination. By combining unforgettable natural beauty with luxury facilities and world-class hospitality, Whistler brings a lot to the table. And for those with an adventurous mindset, bringing all your favourite people to experience the greatest outdoor wedding of all time seems like a no…

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The Ultimate Guide on Where to Stay in Whistler BC

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  Whistler, home of Forged Axe Throwing, is the heart and home of Canada’s Coast Mountains and it is no surprise that this place is a favourite year-round destination. Determining where to stay in Whistler can be overwhelming as they’re so many choices so we’ve prepared this list of some of our top hotels, suites,…

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Shoulder Season Deals in Whistler | Why it Pays to Wait

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While Whistler might be most famous as a winter skiing and summer mountain biking destination, did you know it’s all an epic holiday destination in the spring and fall too? Known as the shoulder seasons, when the village quietens down and locals take a breather from throwing themselves down hills, spring and fall still have…

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Ziplining in Whistler | Winter Edition

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You may think that winter in Whistler is just for the skiers and snowboarders out there. After all, it does has a pretty unbeatable reputation as the biggest (and best) ski resort in North America. But you might be surprised to learn how many epic winter activities there are for those who aren’t inclined to…

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New and Noteworthy Axe Throwing Destinations in Canada and the USA

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In case you hadn’t noticed, axe throwing is now officially a thing. When Forged opened its doors two years ago, plenty of people looked at us as if we were mad. And we’ll admit that while we knew we loved throwing axes, would the world also love it? But fast forward to 2019, and we’re…

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Chopped by Lumberjacks – The Best Firewood in Whistler


Having a good supply of firewood when in Whistler is a no-brainer. If you are camping (and there is no fire-ban on) campsite dinner, conversations and star-gazing are perfect partners to a warm campfire. Need inspiration for your next camping trip to Whistler? We’ve got you covered here. If you are fortunate enough to be…

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Where to Brunch in Whistler | A Locals Look at Where to Eat and When to Go

Is there anything more indulgent than a lazy brunch on a slow Sunday morning? Enough tasty food to leave you feeling pleasantly sleepy, maybe a couple of mimosas to help wash it down, and hours spent in good company. Or maybe you fancy a good feed before a big day up the mountain – enough…

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Where to Find Weed in Whistler | Its Complicated


Everyone in Whistler is asking, “Where can I buy weed in Whistler?” Yes, recreational use of cannabis is legal all across Canada, but in Whistler, the supply is well…. Dry. There are no dispensaries in the town, with locals and visitors alike wondering why they don’t have the same access as everywhere else in the…

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Forged Axe Throwing Gear Guide

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We’ve seen some pretty bizarre axe throwing outfits in our time…. From inflatable dinosaurs (kudos to anyone who hits a bullseye in one of those)… https://www.instagram.com/p/BqFyEvmh4Sz/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link To these distracting headpieces… https://www.instagram.com/p/Bl3MzBsljR2/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link To, well…not much at all…. https://www.instagram.com/p/BrTHHauB1ic/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link Our guests have tried it all. But if you want to be sure of victory over your friends,…

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Your Guide to Fly Fishing in Whistler, Canada

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While it may be best known for its boundless ski area, and it’s serious downhill biking credentials, Whistler is fast becoming famous for its fly fishing too. And when you look at the landscapes we’re surrounded by, it’s hardly a surprise. From the saltwater of the Howe Sound in Squamish, where the sea meets the…

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