Whistler balances laid-back activities with big-mountain fun for the perfect combination. You’ll find nature walks, biking, fishing opportunities, and festivals at your fingertips. Don’t worry, though, if you run into a day when the weather is too cold or rainy for outdoor fun: Whistler simply moves the party indoors.
Visit one of the area’s many spas for a yoga class, massage, or just to enjoy the sauna or hot tub. Other options on the long list of indoor activities include cultural events, concerts, and the area’s eight-screen movie theatre. We also discovered the award-winning First Nations Cultural Centre, and numerous art galleries as we explored the region.
While out and about, we found delicious dining in pet-friendly restaurants overlooking the splendor of the mountain range. I have to recommend that you don’t forget retail therapy either, since Whistler is well known for its fantastic shopping opportunities. Ultimately, we guarantee if you visit Whistler during autumn, you will fall in love with it just like we did!
Where to Stay in Whistler
One of the best places to stay in Whistler for your fall getaway is Crystal Lodge Whistler. The warm welcome at their modern mountain lodge will make you feel right at home while you are at the epicentre of Whistler Village.