If you’re in need of adventure this summer, it’s closer than you think. Whistler’s doors are open and ready to offer you the ultimate holiday close to home. This summer, Whistler is changing its pace and upholding to the highest standards of health and safety so we can all adventure confidently, openly, mindfully and sensibly in the great outdoors.
Connecting with nature has never been more important to our health and well-being, and while things may look a little different this summer, everything you know and love about Whistler is still available. Whether it’s mountain biking, hiking, golfing or fishing, Whistler invites you to discover a new pace by adventuring lightly and exploring safely in its wide-open spaces from peak to valley. With plenty of options to get you outside, Whistler is the destination to reconnect with your sense of adventure.
Find the perfect place to refuel and satisfy your cravings with delicious eats from Whistler’s award-wining dining scene. With safety measures in place, toast to your day’s adventures and indulge in local flavours from casual après snacks to fine dining fare through a variety of dining options, including patio seating, indoor dining, takeout and delivery available throughout the resort. While many restaurants, pubs and cafes are open, capacity will be limited, so consider dining during non-peak times, making reservations or opt for a grab-and-go option and take your meal to the park.
To find out what you need to know before you go, check out the Doors Open Directory. The perfect place to start planning your summer adventures in Whistler, the directory provides up-to-date information on what is open in Whistler and how businesses are adapting to help us stay safe by upholding the highest of standards in health and safety.
With plenty to discover, you’ll need more than a weekend to uncover everything Whistler has to offer this summer. Extend your stay, and explore more with midweek lodging from $93 per night and offers that include a free $50 adventure voucher when you stay three nights or more.
This article is written by or on behalf of the sponsoring client and does not necessarily reflect the views of Okanagan Edge.
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