A top-ranked mountain resort and home to several 2010 Winter Olympic events, the legendary Whistler Blackcomb is a hotspot for year-round outdoor activities. Need some inspiration for your next trip? You’ve come to the right place. Clipper’s team of Pacific Northwest travel experts has curated this excellent list of 25 ideas of fun things to see and do in Whistler and kick start your adventure. Get inspired and book your trip!
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Don’t miss the Guinness World Record-breaking PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola spanning between Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains.
Check out 5 incredible ziplines varying in length from 200 feet to over 1,000 feet on a ZipTrek Bear Tour.
Enjoy spectacular views and world-class hiking at one of Whistler’s many trails.
Get your adrenaline pumping with access to over 4,900 feet of lift-serviced epic mountain biking trails.
Relax and enjoy one of Canada’s most rejuvenating spa experiences at the peaceful Scandinave Spa Whistler.
Learn all about the indigenous peoples of the region at the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre.
Take a day to explore Whistler’s Alta Lake by bike or on foot.
Enjoy a vast array of indoor or outdoor guided rock climbing.
Journey high a month the treetops on a guided interpretive adventure on a TreeTrek Tour.
Explore the Whistler area from high in the saddle on a horseback riding adventure that suits your level.
Hop on an ATV to explore Whistler’s mountains on a guided tour.
Satiate your inner thrill seeker with an unforgettable bungee jumping experience.
Get the thrill of a lifetime with a scenic skydive over majestic Pemberton, BC.
Take a an adventurous or family-friendly whitewater rafting trip.
Experience the treasured Canadian mountain wilderness with a fun dog sledding adventure.
Check out tasty artisan foods, local artists and refreshing beverages at the Whistler Farmer’s Market.
Soak in scenes of turquoise colored lakes and beautiful hikes at Garibaldi Provincial Park.
Enjoy the serenity of the high alpine and twinkling lights of Whistler Village below on a snowcat tour.
Embrace the winter season with a fun and unique ice fishing adventure.
Hop aboard a helicopter and enjoy world-class powder with a Heli-Skiing (or snowboarding) adventure.
Enjoy some beach time or a walk on a surrounding trail at Lost Lake.
Sip on some local craft suds at Whistler Brewing Company.
Feel the wind in your face as you cruise down an exhilarating tubing hill.
Snap some photos and maybe even spot a bear at beautiful Alexander Falls.
Stroll the stone walkways and enjoy a variety of shopping in Whistler Village.