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24 Hours in Whistler? 6 Top Activities On a Tight Timeline

Dean Linnell

Dean has lived in Whistler for 26 years and is passionate about the Whistler real estate business...

Dean has lived in Whistler for 26 years and is passionate about the Whistler real estate business...

Jan 30 4 minutes read

1. View Brandywine Falls.

Considering Brandywine Falls is only 10 kilometres south of Whistler Village and only a 5 minute walk from the parking lot next to the highway you can even do this one either on your way up to Whistler or on your way back down to Vancouver.  Brandywine Falls is home to one of The Sea to Sky Corridor's most photographed waterfall, Brandywine Falls. This one is a must see - offering super easy access and you can see the raging waterfall and most of the beautiful Callaghan Valley at the same time.  

2. Peak 2 Peak Experience.

Don't want to spend money on rentals for biking or skiing? The Peak 2 Peak Gondola is an experience itself! Head up the mountain in all seasons and jump on the Peak 2 Peak, the highest cable car in the world! Discover vistas of both Whistler and Blackcomb mountains & have lunch up at the Rendezvous to top off a good day! 

3. View Alexander Falls.

One of Whistler’s most spectacular waterfalls is Alexander Falls, located in the Callaghan Valley region near the area where the 2010 Olympic Nordic events took place. The waterfall is easy to access by car and the viewing platform is right next to the parking lot, so no walking or hiking is required.

4. Be a Bird For a Day with Superfly Ziplines.

Sour down the world's most spectacular ziplines and immerse yourself in the peace, quiet and freedom of the forest. Take on Canada's longest ziplines - a kilometer long, 600 feet high and reaching speeds of 100km/hour. Come & spend a day in the sky, you will not be dissapointed!

5. Whistler Sliding Centre.

The Whistler Sliding Centre is home to the fastest ice track in the world. Visitors are invited to tour the state-of-the-art facility, or experience the action first-hand with passenger bobsleigh (winter and summer) and skeleton rides (winter only) down part of the 1,450 meter-long ice track.

6. Relax at the Scandinave Spa Whistler.

Situated just north of Whistler Village, this spa resort is engulfed in a spruce and cedar forest on the edge of Lost Lake and Spruce Grove parks, where this unique Whistler day spa overlooks incredible mountain vistas and Whistler Blackcomb’s valleys. Invigorate and cleanse your body and mind in the hot baths and refreshing waterfalls, melt away with a relaxing massage treatment in one of Whistler’s top health spas, and breathe in the invigorating country air.

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