Spring is Whistler’s secret season. With flowers starting to bloom, the milder weather gives the opportunity for an array of fun activities. Here is why Spring is the best time to visit Whistler.
Spring means deals! Restaurants all over town put on their best offers. Eat at some of the top establishments in town for a fraction of the price. Our favourites are:
21 Steps: 3-Course Dinner for $40 – Includes options from the entire menu.
Hunter Gather Eatery & Taphouse: Your choice of one of their 4 most popular sandwiches, plus a delicious side for $10.99
Alta Bistro: 3-Course Savoury Menu for $29
Araxi Restaurant + Bar: 5-Course Prix Fixe Menu for $37
Whiski Jack also has some fantastic spring savings!
You can enjoy lots of fun events this time of year. If you were here for the World Ski and Snowboard festival, you’ll know how much fun that was. The Great Outdoors Festival (GO Fest) takes place on Victoria Day long weekend (17-20 May) and a showcases abundance of fun things to do. You can enjoy everything for street entertainment, to arts, to music and sport. If you’re looking for a fun and muddy challenge, sign up to Tough Mudder on 15/16 June.
Whiski Jack are proud partners of both these events! Save 25% on stays!
Springtime means you don’t have to fight your way through the crowds to get anywhere in the village. Fewer queues for lifts on the ski hills, restaurants are quieter and more space at the Scandinave Spa. Take the time to relax and take in the beautiful Whistler at a slower pace.
Yes, summer is coming and with it comes bike park season. Whistler, a mecca for mountain biking, unleashes the biggest and best mountain bike park in the world. The season kicks off on May 17 which means it’s not long to wait for you biking enthusiasts. Want something more mellow? Whistler’s valley trail network extends all the way from Green Lake to Cheakamus. Take in some beautiful sights as the lakes melt away to reveal the stunning mountain reflections.
There’s no denying that spring skiing is one of the highlights of the year. The warmer weather means skiing in a hoody is not uncommon. You can enjoy a sunny après on one of Whistler’s patios and take in the views of the Coast Mountains surrounding you.