Backcountry skiing at Whistler Blackcomb's Flute Bowl

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Culinary Tours & Schools

Fresh farm produce (Andrea Johnson photo)

Fresh farm produce (Andrea Johnson photo)

Culinary tours in Whistler take advantage of the city's fantastic dining options.

More than 100 restaurants create a thriving après-ski scene (named the "best après-ski in North America" by SKI Magazine in 2010), as well as plenty of choices for year-round dining tours.

Join Whistler Tasting Tours and discover as many as four restaurants in a single evening, or enjoy a self-guided culinary crawl through Whistler Village after a day of skiing, mountain biking or hiking.

Stop by a farmers market in Whistler or Pemberton – famous for its organically grown potatoes – to pick up ingredients for a home-cooked meal. Want to see professional chefs create special dishes? Then attend culinary festivals in Whistler that celebrate local food, wine and beer: Cornucopia and Feast in the Mountains are two not to be missed.

Cooking classes in Whistler are geared towards groups of friends looking to create memorable meals and dishes in intimate, chef-led settings.

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Whistler Tasting Tours - Whistler


Experience four of Whistler's best restaurants in one night.

Whistler Tasting Tours lead walk-about dining tours in Whistler, guiding groups to several gourmet restaurants for a delicious multi-course meal paired with fine BC wines.

Taking a break from Whistler's skiing, golf & mountain biking? We one of Whistler's best low impact activity's with lunch, dinner & dessert tours. Ideal for individuals, couples, small groups, special occasions & corporate team building. Reserve now or visit our website to learn more about our feature restaurants & BC wines.

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