Whistler is one of the top ten trending spring travel destinations for international travelers in 2022. As spring travelers search for destinations that bring fun, sun, and family time, it is easy to see why Whistler is a popular choice! If you haven't yet planned a spring trip to Whistler, then it is time to add it to your to-do list! To inspire you, here are a few activities you can enjoy while you're in town.
Hit the Slopes
Whistler Blackcomb has some of the best ski slopes in the world! The latter half of ski season always brings bluebird days and perfect conditions, making it a great time for snow sports. Whistler Mountain's slopes stay open until the end of May, so you can ski and snowboard all spring long! Pack your sunscreen and get ready to have some fun!
Zipline Through a Rainforest
Get out of your comfort zone- plan a zipline trip with Ziptrek Ecotours! During this high-octane activity, you'll soar through beautiful temperate rainforest, getting a major adrenaline rush as your pass scenic creeks and ancient Douglas firs!
Book the Après Tour for an extra-special experience. This guided tour allows you to catch awe-inspiring alpenglow. The tour includes no après beverages, but the twinkling lights and stunning sunset are an unforgettable night cap!
For more on spring zipline tour options, see: https://www.whistler.com/activities/zipline/
Have a Snowmobile Adventure
There is nothing quite like a moonlit ride on a snowmobile! This spring, book an adventure with Canadian Wilderness Adventures. You'll receive expert instruction on snowmobile use and then hit the snow in time for the sunset! Snowmobilers are guided through groomed back country trails to a wooden chalet, where you'll savor a scrumptious steak dinner! Don't want to stay out after dark? Take a morning tour and enjoy a Yukon breakfast.
Explore Whistler's Culture
Head indoors for a bit and visit one of Whistler's cultural attractions! At the Audain Art Museum, you'll find 56,000 square feet of breathtaking British Columbian art. A short walk away, the Squamish Lil'Wat Cultural Centre offers tours, events, and exhibits related to indigenous life. Finally, there's the Whistler Museum, which offers visitors a deep dive into local history!
What's your favorite spring activity in Whistler? Tell us in the comments!