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5 Things to See on Your Whistler Tour

March 14, 2017

5 Things to See on Your Whistler Tour

5 things to see on your Whistler Tour

 

Whistler, located on West Coast of Canada in British Columbia, is one of the most stunning mountain towns in the world. It has a sense of elegance and self that will mesmerize you and welcome you in a warm embrace despite the frosty winter nights and snowy mountain peaks that remind you of a Christmas card layout created at the height of winter.  

Previously a haven for skiers, adrenaline junkies, and snowboarders, Whistler now attracts thousands of visitors every year during summer, many of whom are lured to the crown jewel by the scenic views and myriad outdoor adventures.  Thanks to the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games that were hosted here, there are plenty of sights and sounds to see, hear and occupy you for the entire duration of your day. Here are 5 things to see on your Whistler Tour:

Whistler PanoramicStanley Park

A Whistler tour would be incomplete without a visit to one of the most visited sites in BC. Stanley Park is most recognizable for its impressive monuments and totem poles that depict both expert levels of artistry and the culture of Western Canada.  Aside from the totem poles, the park also hosts the Vancouver Aquarium and various forest activities and restaurants.

Shannon Falls

These are the third tallest falls in the entire British Columbia territory and to classify them as stunning would be a disservice.  The falls are located on the edge of the Sea to Sky Highway, and as such, can be accessed easily through reliable craft charter companies such as the Sea to Sky Tour.

Black Tusk

For the truly outdoorsy visitor, Black Tusks is the perfect spot for a unique hiking experience that is unrivaled even by the most impressive mountain. Black Tusk is easily identifiable owing to the landmark’s dramatic shape and contrast against the snowy surface that draws you in unexpectedly. Black Tusk is found in Garibaldi Provincial Park, and a trip here is a must for anyone that truly appreciates the outdoors.

Black Tusk Hike

Sea To Sky Water and Mountain Views

For an incredible view of the water and mountains, a drive along the Sea to Sky Highway is an awe-inspiring experience. The amazing route that runs from Vancouver to Whistler exposes visitors to various cultural points of interest in BC and a variety of fun adventures such as the Sea to Sky Gondola, the experience of which will be etched in your memory forever.

Whistler Village

Part of what appeals visitors to the town is the sense of community and comfort that is provided by Whistler village. While in Whistler Village, visitors will get to experience impressive accommodation, lodges, and restaurants as well as a chance to interact and mingle with the friendly locals.

Whistler Village





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