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Load up the Mountain Bikes! We're Going Biking in Whistler - Photo Codi Darnell
Pack Up the Mountain Bikes, We’re Going Biking in Whistler!

If you’d have asked me 16 years ago, when my then-boyfriend sold his mountain bike to buy me an engagement ring, if I thought our future family would go on a biking holiday one day, I’d have laughed at you. I wasn’t the adventurous type; I didn’t enjoy the crunch
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Peak 2 Peak Gondola Credit: Tourism Whistler / Mike Crane
Summer in Whistler Equals Hiking Biking Swimming and More!

Whistler in winter? It’s a no-brainer, with its picturesque views, urbane village, world-class skiing, and diverse mix of quality accommodations. But what does Whistler, that quintessential mountain town have in store for us in summer? EVERYTHING! Hit the vibrant pedestrian-only village. All summer you’ll find art, cultural activities and outdoor festivals
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Riding the Peak to Peak Gondola in Whistler Blackcomb
Winter Fun in Whistler

I’ll admit it. I didn’t see what the big deal was about Whistler. Yeah, I know it’s pegged as Canada’s premier ski hill, but the cynic in me wondered if it really deserved that title. How much better could it be than skiing in Banff National Park, where I consider
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How Four Moms Take Over Whistler

Dare I admit this out loud? I have a 4 year old and a 6 year old and I have just had my first moms’ weekend away EVER. Four moms, months of planning, way too many outfits packed and a pleasant drive to glorious Whistler, BC (just 2 hours northwest
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10 Best Canadian Travel Guide Books to Read in 2021

Travel experts predict that 2022 is going to be the year of “comeback travel,” which means that 2021 is the year to stay local, and plan your next Canadian vacation! From West to East, we’ve collected 10 of the best new and updated Canadian travel guide books to help you
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What are Canada’s Friendliest Cities and Towns in 2021?

What are Canada’s Friendliest Cities and Towns in 2021? Expedia is a digital travel giant that helps travellers all over the world easily plan and book travel. But Expedia also does research based on traveller reviews…and some of the results are interesting!  The Expedia.ca Friendliest Cities List analysed traveller feedback
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Reduced Capacity: Skiing and Snowboarding in a Time of COVID-19

Lake Louise Ski Resort announced their earliest opening date ever for October 29th due to snowy conditions in the mountains which sees Canadians able to hit the slopes before we trick or treat. Seems appropriate for 2020. Regardless of opening dates, and before a flake of snow falls, all ski
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Blackies Halloween Surf Visit Newport Beach and Partners
4 Screaming Good Times! Ghostly Thrills, Races and Chills Await Travellers in October

What if I told you there was a time of year when you could experience fewer crowds of tourists, pleasant weather, great prices on accommodations plus scare the pants off your family? Travel in October. You hit the sweet spot in shoulder season plus you get to embrace the funniest,
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14 Fantastic Things to do during Family Weeks in Sun Peaks

Less than an hours’ drive from Kamloops, BC along a tree-lined mountain road is the resort of Sun Peaks. It boasts Canada’s second largest ski area (after Whistler-Blackcomb) and is a much-beloved if somewhat under-the-radar winter getaway. But as we discovered, it is a wonderful summer destination too. The fun
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FFC-Snow-angel -Photo Jennifer Morton
Snow Time: A Wintry Guide for First-Timers in the Snow!

Seeing and playing in the snow for the first time is a thrilling and fun experience. And skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, tubing, making snowmen, and having snowball fights are favourite and playful ways to make the most of your snow holiday. In this post, we share some tips and best
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