Your day-by-day itinerary
Arrival in Whistler
Turbocharged and action-packed, today Whistler will welcome you to join in the fun. You will likely arrive from Vancouver, which is just a few hours away along the incredibly scenic ‘Sea to Sky Highway’, also known as Highway 99.
Your chalet-style accommodation is just a short walk to the pedestrianised Whistler Village, which is packed full of cosy restaurants, lively bars and fantastic apres nightlife. Mountain bike hire is available as well as lots of hiking trails to explore. You’ll even find an ozone-friendly hot tub jacuzzi on-site to rest those weary limbs!
A day to explore
Today is all yours! Hiking is very popular with countless winding trails to choose from or embark on a leisurely cycle through Whistler’s Valley Trail. Whatever you do, be sure to take the time to ride the world-record breaking Peak2Peak Gondola between the soaring Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains – an experience you will never forget and your ticket is included in this trip.
Optional day trip
Today you will get a different perspective of pretty Whistler from high up in the trees. On this ziptrek excursion you’ll whizz through the tree-tops, across rivers and over the meadows and valleys below! There is a network of five zip lines, platforms and suspension bridges high in the canopy of the forest, a top activity for those looking for an adrenaline rush!
£115 - per person
Optional day trip
Lunch Tour through Whistler
Today you’ll be spending the afternoon exploring the eclectic culinary scene in Whistler. You’ll enjoy a delicious multi-course lunch whilst visiting the best local spots in the area, and treat your sweet tooth with a couple of chocolate shops too. You’ll stop at six different venues with your guide and fully immerse yourself in Canada’s favourite foods.
£78 - per person
On your final day, it’s time to say goodbye to Whistler and begin the next part of your adventure! Most travellers now move east towards Clearwater, which is close to Wells Gray Provincial Park full of spectacular waterfalls and pristine nature. For something a little different, you could also consider travelling onto the Okanagan Valley – renowned for its local wines and gently rolling countryside.
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