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How locals make the most of Whistler in spring

by Blog Updates |

Yes, tourists travel from far and wide to enjoy everything that it has to offer, but for B.C. and Washington residents, Whistler is our neighbour.  And as we insiders know, it’s not just one of the best resorts in the world, it’s the best. Period.  So for that reason we are always open to hearing ways of making the best of our vacation and getting the most value while we are at it.



You know that locals get it

By taking advantage of your status as a local, you can ensure you make the most of your next trip. In fact, from the moment you book you can stand to benefit.  By shopping with you can enjoy the advantages of —and feel good about supporting a local business.

Once you’re there, Whistler is a great place to enjoy a village and community vibe and meet like-minded people. Be sure to check out some of the local stores, restaurants, and galleries, where you can often meet the owners, too.


There is so much to do in Whistler that, even for locals, there are always new opportunities to try something different. Whistler also has an array of nonphysical activities for the more cultured among us. The Audain Art Museum, located by the Village, houses a permanent collection of artworks from B.C. and hosts exhibitions from leading museums around the world. 

You know how to time it right


In addition to the amazing ski conditions, there are lots of exciting events taking place over Easter and spring break, so that you’ll have no shortage of activities to fill the extra-long spring days. A highlight is sure to be the . The annual celebration of snow sports, music, arts, and mountain culture takes place from April 10 to 14, so book now at to avoid disappointment.

Spring also offers wonderful fine dining deals, plus great value on accommodations. You can score even lower rates—and beat the crowds—if you go midweek. In March and April, rooms start at only $139 per night.

You know it will always excite you 

Source: The Georgia Straight