Whistler is a town north of Vancouver, British Columbia, that's home to Whistler Blackcomb, one of the largest ski resorts in North America. Besides skiing and snowboarding, the area offers snowshoeing, tobogganing and ski jumping at the Olympic Park, a venue for the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. The hub of Whistler is a compact, chalet-style pedestrian village at the base of Whistler and Blackcomb mountains. 

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Private Whistler Family Tour

Experience the magic of the festive season with our Private Whistler Family Tour. This time-efficient tour gives you the opportunity to spend Christmas and New Year's in the stunning mountains of Whistler and Blackcomb. Immerse yourself in the holiday spirit with sleigh rides, skiing Santas, and a stroll down Main Street with a hot chocolate in hand. You will also have the chance to explore the town's shops and grab lunch.Whistler is renowned as one of the world's best ski resort towns and offers an adventurous paradise all year round. Enjoy scenic stops along the Sea-to-Sky highway on your full-day trip from Vancouver to Whistler.Your journey begins with a guided tour of Whistler Village, followed by a relaxing snowshoe experience at Lost Lake. Then, head to the Family Adventure Zone at the base of Blackcomb Mountain (Upper Village) for a wide range of activities to get everyone excited. Choose any 5 activities of your choice, including mini golf, balloon slide & bouncy castle, water rollerz, glitter tattoos, and more.Please note that all activities and hours of operation are weather permitting. Our tours are tailored to meet your requests, and we will help you see the best highlights of the city, even if you have a limited time between your cruise arrival and flight departure. We excel in providing memorable experiences and do not operate a set schedule or itinerary for our tours, as each tour is unique and can be created and adjusted to suit your interests. 

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All about Whistler

Summer (June to September) is the most popular time to visit Whistler, as the weather is warm and sunny, and there are plenty of outdoor festivals and events taking place. 

Spring (March to May) and fall (September to November) are also great times to visit Whistler, as the weather is mild and there are fewer crowds.

Winter (December to February) can be quite rainy, but it's a great time for skiing and other winter sports in the nearby mountains. 

Bring appropriate clothing: Whistler weather can be unpredictable, so make sure to pack clothing for all seasons. 

Use public transportation: Whistler has an efficient public transportation system, including buses, trains, and ferries. 

Try the local cuisine: Whistler is known for its diverse food scene, with plenty of fresh seafood, Asian cuisine, and craft breweries. 


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SkyTrain: Whistler's rapid transit system, the SkyTrain, is an efficient and affordable way to get around the city.

Bus: Whistler has an extensive bus network, with routes that cover most areas of the city.

Seabus: The Seabus is a passenger ferry that connects downtown Whistler with the North Shore. 

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What are the major attractions in Whistler?

 Whistler blackcomb: Whistler Blackcomb is a ski resort located in Whistler, British Columbia, Canada. By many measures it is the largest ski resort in North America and has the greatest uphill lift capacity.

Peak 2 Peak Gondola: The Peak 2 Peak Gondola provides an elevated ride between the two mountains. Though the distance covered is a record-breaking 4.4 kilometers, the ride takes only 11 minutes.

Squamish-Lil'wat Cultural Centre: Whistler's beautiful and modern First Nations museum, the Squamish-Lil'wat Cultural Centre (SLCC), is home to a collection of carvings, weavings, and stories that introduce the history and culture of the local Squamish and Lil'wat peoples. 

Hiking & Climbing:British Columbia is renowned for its many hiking trails, and Whistler is no different. Trails range from easy nature walks around Lost Lake to elevation-intense mountain climbs.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What type of tourists should visit Whistler?


Whistler has something to offer for all types of tourists, but it's particularly well-suited for those who enjoy outdoor activities, natural beauty, and cultural experiences.

Nature lovers will appreciate Whistler's stunning natural setting, with its mountains, ocean, and lush forests. There are many opportunities for hiking, biking, kayaking, and other outdoor activities in and around the city.

Culture enthusiasts can explore Whistler's many museums, galleries, and historic sites, such as the Museum of Anthropology, the Vancouver Art Gallery, and the Gastown neighborhood.

Foodies will love Whistler's diverse culinary scene, which offers everything from fresh seafood to farm-to-table cuisine to international fare.

Families will appreciate Whistler's many family-friendly attractions, such as the Whistler Aquarium, Science World, and the Capilano Suspension Bridge.

Overall, Whistler is a great destination for anyone looking for a mix of outdoor adv