Whistler dual mountain -- Michael Crane, Whistler Tourism
Araxi -- Mike Crane, Tourism Whistler
Whistler Brewing Company
Longhorn Saloon -- Steve Rogers, Tourism Whistler
DJ Experience -- Steve Rogers, Tourism Whistler
Snowshoeing -- Mike Crane, Tourism Whistler
Nita Lake Lodge
1. The Mexican Corner4274 Mountain Square, Whistler
2. Tacos La Cantina129-4360 Lorimer Rd, Whistler
3. Alta Bistro#104 - 4319 Main Street, Whistler
4. Steeps, Whistler
5. Araxi Restaurant + Bar4222 Village Square , Whistler
6. Caramba Restaurant12-4314 Main St. PO Box 539, Whistler
7. The Westin Resort & Spa Whistler4090 Whistler Way, Whistler
8. Whistler Brewing Company1045 Millar Creek Road, Whistler
9. Garibaldi Lift Company, Whistler
10. Longhorn Saloon4284 Mountain Square, Whistler
11. Dusty's Bar & BBQ2040 London Lane, Whistler
12. Merlins Bar & Grill Whistler4553 Blackcomb Way, Whistler
13. Brandy's Bar4429 Sundial Place, Whistler
14. The Mix by Ric's4154 Village Green, Whistler
15. Tommy Africa's4216 Gate Way Dr, Whistler
16. Garfinkel's1-4308 Main Street, Whistler
17. Maxx Fish Lounge & Bar4232 Village Stroll, Whistler
18. Whistler Olympic Park5 Callaghan Valley Rd, Whistler, BC
19. Nita Lake Lodge, Whistler
20. Aava Whistler Hotel4005 Whistler Way, Whistler
21. Whistler Pinnacle Hotel,
Upscale Mexican restaurant with live music and potent drinks.
This brand new Mexican is an offshot of older sister The Mexican Corner.
It does't get much more sustainable than at Alta Bistro, where even the hand soap is locally sourced, and where what you don't eat gets composted.
Locally sourced food with a wine list to match.
Farm-to-table is the name of the game here too, but one of their real standouts is the raw bar and oyster specials.
Spanish name, Mediterranean feel, Italian pizzas.
Whistler's Westin is located right by the gondolas that bring skiers up to the summit of the nearby Whistler and Blackcomb mountains, so you'll be able to get your shoop on in no time at all.
Ranked one of the best après ski bars in North America by SKI Magazine, you best stop by this bar at the base of the Whistler Village Gondola.
With margaritas the size of your head, frequent events like "Burlesque", and DJs spinning tunes, it's no wonder this is a local aprés fave.
This BBQ joint is named after Dusty, a stuffed horse that rode into Whistler in 1979 on the back of a pick-up truck, and lived in the bar until one full moon a woman stripped naked and jumped on his back, which is when Dusty bucked to life, threw the naked lady into a snowbank, and was never seen again.
Want to mingle with locals? Head to their Payday Friday Party.
Brandy's is a smaller offshoot underneath The Keg, and a local fave that prides itself in its Jäger Bombs and the fact that it's allegedly the only place in Whistler open until 2AM.
Serving excellent food and wine, and open late, this cozy and quiet spot is perfect for getting romantic-like.
Tommy Africa's is a Whistler nightclub that hosts such noteworthy parties as 80s night and 90s night. Stop by and shake your nostalgic rump!
Touting itself as the supreme party spot in Whistler, Garfinkel's heats up the snowy north with acts ranging from Skrillex, Avicci, and RZA to Raekwon, Steve Aoki, and Bun B.
This high-end nightclub features a number of cozy booths in which you can sit and enjoy your drink, but the main attraction is the epic dance floor. There's even two bars, to ensure that the drinks keep flowin'.
Originally a venue for the 2010 Vancouver Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, Whistler Olympic Park is the first Olympic Nordic venue to include all three traditional Nordic sport stadiums in one site: cross-country, ski jumping and biathlon.
Voted one of the Top 25 Hotels in Canada in 2012 by Trip Advisor, this hotel is for exercise fanatics, as it has an onsite yoga studio, and offers complimentary bike, fishing rod, canoe, kayak and paddle board rentals.
This contemporary hotel is Whistler's newest.