8 Reasons Why You Should Visit Whistler In The Spring

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8 Reasons Why You Should Visit Whistler In The Spring - WVH ManagementAt WVH Management, we proudly commend Whistler as North America’s best year-round adventure destination for good reason. While the Whistler Blackcomb website’s homepage states that Winter Operations has officially ended on Monday, April 22, 2019, here are 8 reasons why you should visit Whistler this Spring:

1. A Cordial Invite to Whistler’s 40% Off Spring Deals

Whistler Blackcomb promises the best prices guaranteed in their Spring season’s deals where you could save up to 40% off promotional events & activities packages. For instance, the Spring 10-Day Skiing Ticket offer starts from as little as $26CAD/day, available any time from April 23rd until May 27th, 2019.

If you’re interested in learning more about Whistler’s Spring deals, keep on reading, and be sure to check out Whistler’s official website for details on the latest offers.

2. Whistler Hiking Trails and Gondola Rides

Most of the hiking trails in Whistler are actually unavailable during the wintertime due to the hazards of unpredictable weather conditions. That’s why springtime is the perfect season for Whistler visitors to venture out for some refreshing hiking trails and astonishing gondola views before the trail hikes get busier with the increase in summer traffic.

For more information on hiking at Whistler, the official tourism website shares maps of the mountain trails so you can prepare for your hike well ahead in time for your trip.

3. Whistler Zipline

Little compares to the enthralling experience of gliding over forests, wildlife, hills and waters through the eye-opening Zipline tours offered at Whistler. Get in tune with Mother Nature, glide over the horizons of Whistler’s Blackcomb Mountain and gain astonishing perspectives which just might redefine your expectations of ‘adventure’ entirely.

4. Wine & Dine: 40% off Meals of the Great NorthWest at Whistler

Craving for a classic Canadian poutine, or a chilled Canadian brew? If you’re on the hunt for high-energy eateries where you can truly let loose and make yourself at home, Dusty’s Bar & BBQ and Merlin’s Bar & Grill are highly recommended for curious visitors seeking the best restaurants in Whistler this spring.

Dusty’s is located at the Creekside Gondola’s base, open every day from 11am until late night, offering Whistler’s largest patios with a saloon-style, antique mountain interior design throughout. Merlin’s, on the other hand, is located in Whistler’s Upper Village and offers a cozy cabin decor with live music and an extremely memorable gondola-car DJ booth.

Whistler Blackcomb is currently offering a 40% promotion for food (with the purchase of a drink) at both restaurants from April 23, 2019 through to mid-June 2019.

5. Whistler Bungee

Rated a whopping 5 stars on TripAdvisor, travellers often share their exciting adrenaline-filled stories about their positive experiences at Whistler Bungee.

Whether you’re attempting bungee jumping for the very first time or you’re already an existing member, Whistler Bungee is open for bookings year-round to make sure you, your friends and family have access to an experience of a lifetime.

6. The Biggest Annual Sporting Event & Celebration at Whistler: World Ski & Snowboard Festival (WSSF)

The 2019 WSSF was held from April 10th to the 14th and consisted of Whistler’s one of a kind mountain sports culture and competition available to all, including the annual, world-famous skiing and snowboarding race, also crowned as the steepest in the world: the Saudan Couloir Race Extreme.

Free to attend for all visitors with a lift pass, the World Ski & Snowboard Festival is one you don’t want to miss. The event is accompanied by live music and fascinating art shows, making it truly one of the biggest sporting events and parties of North America on an annual basis.

7. Whistler Canoeing, Kayaking & Paddleboarding

Experience the rejuvenating wildlife waters at Whistler by joining a canoeing, kayaking or paddle boarding tour, starting from $99-120CAD per person.

Canoe rentals with Backroads Whistler are $40CAD (per boat, per hour, plus taxes; special-rate offers available) and are available through early rental reservations or drop-in visits after 11AM, daily.

8. Find Yourself This Spring

Whistler in the springtime is the perfect excuse to plan a getaway for a personal retreat. Take your mind off work and fully immerse in Whistler’s mountain culture to expand your horizons, take new risks, meet new friends and maybe even discover more about yourself.

If you enjoy being in group settings, you may wish to join Whistler’s SUP Yoga tours starting from $15CAD/hr, where you’ll get to connect with others yogis and share a love for taking your practice outdoors to the magical sceneries of Whistler’s Blackcomb Mountains.

A simple walk through the village may lead you to find yourself at Whistler’s Lost Lake Nature Trail, a serene body of water in the heart of Whistler allowing you to rest, relax and reflect in peace and quiet.

Of All the Things to Do in Whistler…

From trying out or training for exhilarating outdoor activities with friends to winding down for a cozy, well-deserved personal retreat away from work, BC’s world-class renowned winter wonderland also makes for a promising location for one to do some serious spring cleaning for the soul.

At WVH Management, we have a lifelong love of Whistler and know how beautiful it can be in the Spring. We are on a mission to partner with luxury vacation home owners and deliver a great vacation experience to visitors from across the globe. If you have any questions about our nightly and property management services, please feel free to contact us on our website or by phone.

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