It is 2020, and we thought of starting the year on a wintery note. We wanted to showcase why you should stop whistling while you work and start planning a mid-season trip to winter. Here's a list of the best things to do in Whistler.
First things first: Checking into Blackcomb Spring Suites
While there are so many places to stay at Whistler, the Blackcomb Spring Suites is your best bet! It's more than just a place to rest your head, but a Ski lodge-inspired hotel with cabin wood accents and fireplaces fit for snuggling. Are you looking to do something other than skiing? The lodge provides a free shuttle to shopping districts as well as hot tubs, so treat yourself while your friends hit the slopes.
Food for Thought: Snacking Peaked Pies
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If you're looking for the best foods to try and Whistler, you have to make a stop at Peaked Pies' Meat Pies. A small and quaint Australian meat pie and bakery café will make you want to eat your fill before you hit the snowy slopes. For only $7, it easy on your wallet and totally worthy of and Instagramable foodie moment.
Skiing is too Mainstream: Go Dog Sledding
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Dog Sledding is the uncommon way of seeing Whistler, but one that lets you experience its natural beauty up close and personal. It is a great and unique way to explore the natural scenery, especially for those that don't enjoy hitting the slopes.
Dinner Delish: Alta Bistro
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Alta Bistro is a restaurant in the Whistler Village serving modern and upscale French cuisine. Whether you're looking for a spot to apres-ski or treating yourself to exquisite French cuisine, this culinary marvel is a must.
Relaxing Vacation: Scandinave Spa
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The Scandinave Spa has a variety of relaxation options to choose from. From the Eucalyptus Steam Baths to Nordic Showers, you can sit and admire the winter scenery from all over the property. This spa is the perfect cure for relaxation and recovery from hitting the slopes. It’s an excellent fin-nish to one’s day at Whistler.
One Last Good Look: Whistler PEAK 2 PEAK
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No trip at Whistler is complete without having taken the gondola up for spectacular views. Taking photos here from the top is worthy of making your friends wishing you brought them along with you. If there is one attraction you must go to, it is this one.