Float plane at the ready. Photo Courtesy of: Tourism Whistler
Many of us first came to the Whistler area because of the snow-covered mountains and all that crisp winter fun. But with each passing year the joys of summer begin to take ahold — the lakes, the patios, the lush forest bike rides.
So with summer winding down and the crisp mornings of autumn starting to appear, now is the time to squeeze i... read more.
This month we’re looking at one of Whistler’s most storied neighbourhoods (and one of my personal favourites), Westside Road.
The Squamish and Lil’wat First Nations roamed this valley long before there were ski hills, golf courses, a highway or a railway. Once the Europeans did start arriving in the late 1800s the only way to travel the Sea to Sky corridor was the Pemberton Trail, a thin strip of... read more.
Whistler's Favourite Artist - Chili Thom. Photo courtesy Mark Gribbon
Every Whistler neighbourhood is full of colourful stories but this month, we are focusing on one of Whistler’s most colourful characters and a great friend of mine — local artist Chili Thom, who passed away in November 2016 after a hard-fought battle with cancer.
A Whistler icon best known for his colourful landscape paintings of... read more.
One of the best things about living in the mountains is being able to see them from your bed, breakfast table or couch. There are few things as beautiful as watching a midwinter sunset light up the snow-capped peaks of Whistler, Blackcomb, Wedge and the Armchair glacier. The bright oranges and pinks of this “alpenglow” can be seen from almost anywhere in town but some of the most impressive and sw... read more.
This article is from RE/MAX.ca website