Whistler Alpine Guides Bureau
Tracing Whistler's development from wilderness outpost to Olympic resort, quirky exhibits include a stuffed hoary marmot, a toilet-seat...
Mixing mainstream dance grooves with a few live bands, Whistler's biggest club is ever-popular. Arrive early on weekends when it's...
Bringing authentic Mexican dishes to Whistler for the first time, this chatty little corner spot is the real deal for fans of perfect,...
Sachi Sushi information
Lonely Planet review
Whistler's best sushi spot doesn't stop at California rolls and serves everything from crispy popcorn shrimp to seafood salads and stomach-warming udon noodles – the tempura noodle bowl is best. This bright and breezy eatery is a relaxing après-ski hangout and is good for a glass of hot sake on a cold winter day.