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About Whistler BC Canada
Whistler is fast becoming a top worldwide destination for skiing since it's been rated the Number One Ski Resort in North America by Ski Magazine and Mountain Sports & Living eight years in a row. Whistler is also home to the 2010 Winter Olympics alpine ski events. This is one of the most international ski resorts attracting skiers from Australia, Asia, Europe, and Latin America in addition to its native North Americans.
Whistler may be a world-renowned ski and snowboard resort, but the fun doesn't end when the ski season does. In fact, Whistler came to be not because of skiing, but because of the quality of summertime fishing.Whistler is absolutely stunning during the summer seasons, and there is no shortage of activities. Skiing (yes, peak top up into the month of July), sailing, fishing, whitewater rafting, canoeing, kayaking, jet boating, and so much more!
Whistler is known worldwide for producing some of the best ski and snowboarding conditions and terrain. World-class skiing and snowboarding in Whistler is just the tip of the iceberg; there are a plethora of winter activities to partake in! Whether you are looking for adrenaline-pumping adventure, a relaxing afternoon in peace, or some quality family time, there is an overabundance of activities to experience in Whistler and its surrounding areas.
If there is one thing Whistler has no shortage of, it's restaurants. From tasty cheap eats to five-star world-known restaurants, Whistler has every style of food one could hope for. Tapas, pasta, sushi. steakhouses… the countless Whistler restaurants will be sure to
If you are visiting Whistler in November, be sure to check out the famous Cornucopia Festival, Whistler's celebration of food and wine, where you can experience top-notch meals.