(This story is sponsored by Tourism Whistler.)
Summer has finally arrived and Whistler is opening up its doors for the ultimate staycation experience. Ready to welcome you back, Whistler is making adjustments—while upholding the highest health and safety standards—so everyone can experience adventure confidently, openly, mindfully, and sensibly in the great outdoors.
Adventure 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, golf, or fishing, Whistler invites you to discover a new pace with light-footed adventures and by exploring safely in its wide-open spaces from peak to valley.
Along with your favourite activities, Whistler’s award-winning dining scene has stepped up to serve delicious eats sure to satisfy your cravings. With safety measures in place, cheers to the day’s adventures and indulge in local flavours from casual après snacks to fine dining fare. There’s a variety of 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.
To find out what you need to know before you go, check out the Doors Open Directory on Whistler.com. As the best 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 while upholding the highest of standards in health and safety.
With plenty around to discover, this summer is the perfect opportunity to extend your stay and work remotely with midweek lodging from $93 per night and multiple summer packages.
Learn more about how you can adventure differently this summer in Whistler at www.whistler.com/summer/.