Tommy Africa’s has been voted the best place to dance in
Whistler by locals. It’s also located right beside the Whistler taxi loop.
photo credit: @TommyAfricas
If you’re looking for a kid friendly restaurant, Creekbread offers
delicious flatbread pizzas, salads, and more.
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Portobello is located in the Fairmont hotel. This is a perfect place to go for breakfast, lunch and dinner on the go. The meals are absolutely delicious and the service is top notch. It’s a cafeteria style eating arrangement (so you can show up in pajamas or ski boots)
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Feel like sharing meals? Check out 21 Steps, which features tapas
plates such as fried chicken, phyllo, fresh mussels, and more.
Depending on the time of year, this original rafting company is meant to provide the perfect challenge and adventure for everyone. Venture into Whistler’s pristine rivers with professional raft guides.
An unforgettable adventure! The original Whistler adventure dining experience Canadian’s salmon bake at the Crystal Hut. You’ll enjoy the incredible experience of climbing your ATV 6,000ft up Blackcomb Mountain to the most spectacular patio in Whistler.
Electric bikes are a new, alternative and environmentally friendly form of transportation around Whistler, eBikes provide all the advantages of a regular bicycle, but with the ability to pedal up the hills as comfortably as riding down – that’s what the ebike experience is all about.
Be thrilled by the sensation of driving or share this mountain experience with a friend as you embark on our classic après tour on Blackcomb. Escape the winter shadows as you meander through old growth forest and up cat tracks at dusk with a stop at our custom built igloo.
Let the locals show you the hidden spider web of singletrack that makes Whistler North America’s premier mountain bike destination. Explore the best trails in Whistler with our professional bike guides.
Enjoy the pristine silence of winter while hearing only the sound of jingle bells while the sleigh is pulled by our Percheron draft horses.
photo credit: Arbutus Routes
FURRY CREEK GOLF & CC
Furry Creek, BC Par: 72 Yardage: 6025
Furry Creek Golf and Country Club, blends it’s stunning oceanside setting with a beautifully landscaped Robert Muir Graves designed course to create one of the most unforgettable golf experiences in British Columbia.
Follow in the footsteps of the pros at the Nicklaus North Golf Course, site of the 2005 TELUS Skins Game in which Vijay Singh, John Daly, Stephen Ames and Jack Nicklaus himself competed. Nicklaus North Golf Course is a scenic expanse engulfed by snow-capped peaks and majestic firs.
Big Sky Golf Club, situated just 25 minutes north in nearby Pemberton, celebrates Robert Cupp’s design of bent grass from tee to green along the heels of Mount Currie which rises 8,450 feet above the fairways and is complemented with a level of service that has earned the praises of Golf Digest, naming it one of only 3 BC courses to the Top 30 Golf Venues in Canada
Located in the Squamish Valley about 40 minutes north of Vancouver, Squamish Valley Golf is in the heart of one of the World’s most scenic drives to Whistler. Rated “One of BC’s Top Public Courses” by the Vancouver Sun, the incredible scenery is only matched by the incredible value in this walkable parkland style course.
Located on Northlands Blvd, IGA provides all the groceries you need,9:00pm.
Groceries, snacks, and also a pharmacy! Open until 10:00
A spa that we love to use year round- summer or winter, it will not disappoint. With a Nordic feel, the Scandinave spa offers many different temperature pools, tubs, showers, sauna, and sun rooms. One of the best massages I’ve ever had has been at this spa! The “baths” experience doesn’t break the bank either (about 70$) for a great afternoon of relaxation. If
you’re a talker and want to go to catch up with friends just remember to grab lunch after because the spa has a strict “no talking” policy.
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Spa @ Nita LakeLodge
Our other favourite place to go get pampered is Nita Lake Lodge in Creekside (a little further south than the village- but you can go to Creekbread after!). We love the lounge chairs and comfy blankets
after a massage or facial!
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how to get around
The bus route takes you right to Whistler Village. Route #5 is a Free
shuttlebus that will take you to the village and the ski hill. Check Google Maps to determine the best stops to get the fastest route to the mountain. If you are taking another route: Single trip fare is $2.50. You may load all Whistler Transit Buses with your skis and snowboards. All Whistler Transit buses have bike racks on the front, able to carry 2 bikes per bus. Buses have special seating areas for strollers - some restrictions reply. Suitcases, parcels and other large items are also welcome
You can walk to Whistler Village using the Valley Trail (See the map below). The Valley trail is a paved walkway that connects all of Whistler!! Get to the center of the village in less than 20 minutes.
The closest international airport is YVR (Vancouver Airport) located in
Richmond, BC. 211 Grant McConachie Way, Richmond, BC V7B 0A4. It takes just over 2 hours to get there.
Ski and Snowboard Rental
Premium Mountain Rentals, located at 4154 Village Green, Whistler BC offers top equipment brands at great prices. Staying with NESTAIDE, you can use your discount in many ways. When you reserve your equipment at which gives you a 25% discount and an additional 5% discount when reserving longer-term rentals (3 days or more).
Coastal Culture, a ski and snowboard rental company right in Creekside Village! Coastal Culture offers a unique and different experience, along with great equipment both in winter and summer. If you'd like to use their online rental system, please visit: