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Welcome to Whistler Bites: The Best Restaurant Deals in Whistler

While you might come to Whistler for the mountains, it’s pretty likely you’ll stay for the food. With everything from the quintessential après burger and beer to award-winning fine wining and dining, you’re sure to leave Whistler feeling satisfied. But it’s fair to say that not every restaurant in Whistler suits the average traveller’s budget….

Where to Eat, Drink & Be Merry at Whistler Cornucopia 2018

Cornucopia in Whistler is an annual food and drink festival based in our beautiful mountain town. It lasts 11 days, and this year’s Cornucopia Whistler runs from November 8-18th. With over 90 food and drink events taking place over this festive period, figuring out what’s a hit and what’s a miss from the Cornucopia schedule…

Whistler Craft Beer: Where to Quench Your Thirst in 2019

The craft beer scene has been going off in British Columbia for over a decade now, and while the main event will always be in Vancouver, the fever is spreading up the Sea to Sky Corridor. Now Whistler, home to a surprising number of gourmet restaurants, is also home to a budding craft beer scene….

The Ultimate Guide to Valentine’s Day in Whistler: An Itinerary

If we understand anything at Forged Axe Throwing, we understand what it takes to make the perfect date. The number of people who have come through our doors, thrown some axes, and fallen in love – it’s incredible really. There is just something about the smell of wood, sharp objects and the sense of competition…

Where to Eat in Whistler: Breakfast Edition

You yawn, stretch your legs and roust yourself out of your warm, cozy, bed. You slide your feet into your fuzzy slippers, open the blinds, and look out on the snow-covered mountains. It’s the perfect moment – or, it would be, if only you had a delicious Whistler breakfast to look forward to. Rise and…

The Ultimate Guide to Whistler Village

Walking through the main square of Whistler Village in the winter makes you feel as though you’ve landed in Europe. Whistler Village is picture perfect with quaint street lights and cobblestone streets winding around shops and hotels. In a snow flurry, it feels a little bit out of a fairy tale. The love that went…

Exploring Whistler: Function Junction

While Function Junction has historically been dismissed to the industrial and rather mechanical spaces of Whistler, it is now an up and coming artistically driven neighbourhood. Like many other cities where entrepreneurs strive to find space within an expensive rental market, Function Junction has helped to fill this void for many of the creative people…

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