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Welcome To Whistler

You Belong Here

Whistler Fitness Vacations is the perfect home-away-from-home for those who visit for a couple of weeks, or perhaps even a few months. Our town has always been so much more than a world-class travel destination. While millions visit every year and know it as an alpine vacation resort, Whistler is also home to a thriving community of professionals, artists, athletes, families, and groups. You’ll quickly become part of our community!

Residents share a strong passion for the environment, and work hard to create a welcoming alpine culture. Many locals were once visitors from around the world themselves or a member of the resort’s transient workforce who became enamored of Whistler’s laid-back lifestyle and stayed far longer than originally expected. More than a few Whistler locals will summarize how they came to live here as: “I came here for a season, and I never left.”

Whistler’s success, its accolades and the directions it has taken are a result of the people who fell in love with the area and decided to remain, and the groups who have dedicated themselves to building a town and a community – as well as a destination. Their stories are where you’ll discover the real heart of Whistler.

You Belong Here

Whistler Fitness Vacations is the perfect home-away-from-home for those who visit for a couple of weeks, or perhaps even a few months. Our town has always been so much more than a world-class travel destination. While millions visit every year and know it as an alpine vacation resort, Whistler is also home to a thriving community of professionals, artists, athletes, families, and groups. You’ll quickly become part of our community!

Residents share a strong passion for the environment, and work hard to create a welcoming alpine culture. Many locals were once visitors from around the world themselves or a member of the resort’s transient workforce who became enamored of Whistler’s laid-back lifestyle and stayed far longer than originally expected. More than a few Whistler locals will summarize how they came to live here as: “I came here for a season, and I never left.”

Whistler’s success, its accolades and the directions it has taken are a result of the people who fell in love with the area and decided to remain, and the groups who have dedicated themselves to building a town and a community – as well as a destination. Their stories are where you’ll discover the real heart of Whistler.

THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT WHISTLER

When To Go

A mountain paradise, Whistler is an incredible place to visit anytime of the year, with picture-perfect lakes, glacial beaches and amazing fresh air. We plan the day for optimal comfort in every weather element.

Daily HighsDaily Lows
 °C°F °C°F
 May 17°C 62°F 7°C 44°F
 June 21°C 70°F 9°C 48°F
 July 27°C 80°F 11°C 52°F
 August 27°C 80°F 11°C 52°F
 September 20°C 68°F 8°C 46°F

[cl-ib image=”212837″ size=”medium” title=”SPRING” desc=”Whistler Fitness Vacations opens the first week of May. There is still snow in the mountains but the valley trails are clear for hiking and biking. It’s a beautiful time to come with invigorating temperatures for working out. You’ll be able to hike up to the world famous Giant Snow Wall on Whistler Mountain and marvel at the stunning views below! Kayaking is just beginning on the lakes, and there are less visitors in town. Note, alpine hiking is not open during the week – all scheduled activity is in the valley.” animation=”caeros” ratio=”3x4″ align=”left” desc_size=”15″ desc_mobile_size=”12″]

[cl-ib image=”212836″ size=”medium” title=”SUMMER” desc=”There’s a reason why millions of people from all over the world visit our beautiful town in summer. Beyond being globally famous for it’s lift accessed mountain biking terrain, the stunning glacial lakes all within walking distance from town and hundreds of fun activities make Whistler truly a ‘must see’ destination. This time of the year is gorgeous, with wild flowers scattered across alpine fields of panoramic snow-capped peaks, and hikes on top of Whistler and Blackcomb mountains.” animation=”caeros” ratio=”3x4″ align=”left” desc_size=”15″ desc_mobile_size=”12″]

[cl-ib image=”212835″ size=”medium” title=”FALL” desc=”Temperatures are cooler, days are shorter and autumn leaves are truly spectacular.
Fall schedule is a little different than summer, as alpine hiking trails are closed and kayaking is limited. This means increased workout time in the valley! Trails are well maintained throughout the year. With average temperatures of 3 to 27°C (38 to 80°F), embracing the cooler air and getting the heart rate elevated will make for comfortable workouts.” animation=”caeros” ratio=”3x4″ align=”left” desc_size=”14″ desc_mobile_size=”11″]

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