24 hours in Whistler

If you have ever been in Whistler, you will know that 24 hours just isn’t enough. The seemingly unlimited terrain, picturesque village, and endless activities could keep anyone busy for weeks! But if 24 hours is all you have, we can help you make the most of your time! Here is how to maximize 24 hours in Whistler!


There are many places in Whistler that serve delicious breakfasts but why not have your first meal of the deal with a side of adventure! Visit a remote cabin in the backcountry of the Callaghan Valley by snowmobile for a Yukon breakfast that is even cooked on an old fashioned wood stove.


A visit to Whistler isn’t complete without a stroll around the village. Grab a coffee and dip into the many stores that line the stroll but don’t forget to stop into McCoos to check out the largest selection of Goggles in Whistler, you may find yourself leaving with a pair!


After all that activity you’re going to be hungry! Take a short walk through the village to Stonesedge Kitchen. The restaurant marries your favorite comfort foods with healthy and local food options, making irresistible menu items like Roast Duck Mac and Cheese!


Head up and into the mountains to enjoy some of Whistler’s famous terrain. With your Adventure Passport, rent brand new equipment or try various brands of skis at one of the on-mountain rental fleets!


Don’t worry about changing out of your ski boots, Longhorn Saloon & Grill has been an iconic place to après and party since it opened in 1981 and it welcomes those looking to kick back after a long day on the hill!


Make your way over to Creekside to an original Whistler building which is also the home of the Southside Diner. Enjoy an old-school diner atmosphere and some of the best burgers in town! Locals and tourists alike love to eat here!


Dance off your dinner and the night away at Garfinkel’s! This night club is guaranteed to provide a good time and arguably the best place to party in Whistler. Your Adventure Passport gets you free cover so don’t leave home without it!

24 hours in Whistler just isn’t enough but sometimes you have to make do with the time you have!