Plan Your Trip to Whistler Pride and Ski Festival
The scenic journey on the Sea to Sky Highway is the perfect start to your Whistler Pride experience. With options from both YVR airport and downtown Vancouver, let us take care of your transportation so you can leave the car at home.
10% Off Airport Transfers from YVR to Whistler
Save 10% on your journey to and from Whistler between January 25 – February 3 2020. Skylynx offers a scheduled shuttle service available between Vancouver International Airport, Downtown Vancouver, Whistler Village and Creekside.
Need assistance booking your transportation? Call 1.844.932.0606 to speak with one our local Whistler-based Travel Consultants.
Whistler has things to do for both skiers and non-skiers – take a look at our winter activities available during the Pride Festival, whether you want to try an outdoor adventure, discover the delights of Whistler Village or simply relax and enjoy a true winter wonderland.
Early Booking Activity Deals – Book by November 15th
Choose from any of the below activities and save up to 20%.
Experience the age-old Finnish tradition of soaking in soothing outdoor baths at Whistler’s most unique spa. The Scandinave Spa combines rustic elegance with majestic scenery in a tranquil, secluded setting. Enjoy the baths or add a massage for complete rejuvenation.
Discover Whistler’s newest attraction – Vallea Lumina, a multimedia night walk in pursuit of hidden wonders. Ignite your senses with an immersive light show set in the forested surrounds of Cougar Mountain. An unforgettable evening adventure.
Take a guided sled tour through the snow to experience a treasured Canadian pastime. Choose from tours to suit all levels with options for private groups, single and dual riders.
Winter Zipline Tours
Fly through the forest on an exhilarating high wire adventure – no experience required! Glide over spectacular creeks and through majestic old-growth trees on a guided tour. Learn about Whistler’s ecology and wildlife and laugh out loud with your entire group.
The easiest way to experience a winter wonderland– if you can walk, you can snowshoe! Follow trails deep into the forest to see snow-covered old growth trees and spot birds and animals. Fun for all ages and abilities – simply bring warm clothing and a sense of adventure.
Try the latest technology plus different shapes and styles of gear, freshly tuned and ready for you. Rental shops are located conveniently close to hotels and lifts throughout Whistler Village, Upper Village, and Creekside. Why not try out the select rental companies who will deliver your rentals right to your accommodation?
Need help selecting your rental equipment? Call 1.844.932.0606 to speak with one our local Whistler-based Travel Consultants.
Ski & Snowboard Lessons
Book your snow school lessons before Nov 15th to receive the best rates of the season!
No matter what level skier or rider you are, a lesson can make a huge difference to your experience. Learn to ski or snowboard with some of the best instructors in the industry. Get into specialty lessons to learn park, steeps, racing, freestyle – there’s something for everyone!
Need help choosing the right type of lesson? Call 1.844.932.0606 to speak with one our local Whistler-based Travel Consultants.
EatOUT – The best dining in Whistler
2020 Dining Recommendations coming soon
Through daily recommendations during the festival the EatOUT Dining Program gives foodies and friends the chance to experience recommended choices to savour the culinary treats that Whistler, Blackcomb and the surrounding have to offer. Monday through Thursday the Festival highlights a specific restaurant in the daily schedule on the Festival App.
We urge guests to make a booking in advance and secure a reservation.
Many of our guests take some time to enjoy Vancouver while they visit British Columbia. We would like to recommend the following experiences when you visit.
PuSh International Performing Arts Festival – Jan 17 – Feb 3, 2019
The PuSh International Performing Arts Festival (PuSh Festival) celebrates its 15th annual edition, from January 17 to February 3, 2019 at various venues across Vancouver and the Lower Mainland. Featuring 26 works from 24 companies from 13 countries — including six world premieres — this extraordinary showcase of visionary collaboration and risk-taking is a highlight of the Vancouver’s cultural calendar. The 2019 festival presents a wide variety of work in the live performing arts: theatre, dance, music, and various forms of multimedia and hybrid performance, and features talent from 13 countries, including Japan, Guatemala, Canada, and Belgium. For tickets, visit https://pushfestival.ca/