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About Whistler

Long before Whistler was a skiers' playground, the area was the trading route of the Squamish and Lil'wat people.  Named after the call of the hoary marmot, Whistler exists for one reason only and that is to ski.  It is the largest skiable area in North America having over 8,000 acres flanking 2 mountains, Whistler and Blackcomb in the Fitzsimmons ranges, to frolic around on. With approximately 12m of snowfall annually and an elevation of 2,181m, it is a skiers' fantasyland. Perched on the western edge of the Garibaldi Provincial Park, it was originally named "London Mountain" due to the fog at the lower elevations. More than 2 million people invade Whistler annually with its famous peak-to-peak gondola and 38 lifts.  Over 200 marked trails weave around the mountain with a ski-able area of about 4,757 acres.  Temperatures rarely drop below -10C in the village and -15C in the alpine.

Established in 1914 by Myrtle and Alex Philip who bought 10 acres of land on the Alta Lake and built a lodge there, Whistler is as much fun in the summer as in the winter. A true village in every sense of the word, every amenity that you can think of is here for the taking, including the odd sighting of a bear or two.  In winter skiing, snow boarding, snow shoeing, snowmobiling, heli-skiing and cat-skiing reign. Whilst in spring it is an outdoor paradise for hiking or walking the mountains smothered in waterfalls, crystal lakes and rugged countryside. You can fish for freshwater trout and salmon, kayak, river raft, canoe and even windsurf on any of the rivers or lakes in the area. The Whistler Bike Park is an international draw card for mountain bike enthusiasts and professional riders and home to the multi-day Crankworx Mountain Bike Festival.  It's possible to go zip lining or bungee jumping when the snow or water has lost its appeal, or if you are more wrinkled than a prune.

When you get tired of all the outdoor activity, Whistler has a small but dynamic art and cultural scene happening.  Meander through one of the art galleries or take in a display at the Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Center.  There is a Theater & Performing Arts Center to catch a show of dance or drama and in December there is the Whistler Film Fest to keep you entertained.

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