Patio dining in Whistler Village
(Kevin Arnold photo)


Food, Wine & Relaxation

Cup of coffee

In Whistler the emphasis is on living well – and what's life without good food and wine with a healthy side of relaxation?

In winter, many Whistler restaurants feature snow-capped mountain views during the day and a roaring fire at night. Après-ski is very popular in Whistler and is a great way to catch up with friends after a day on the mountain or in the village. There are also mountain-top fondue dinners and salmon bakes to enjoy the alpine scenery and the fresh mountain air.

Serious foodies visit in November, during a huge wine and food event called Cornucopia. In summer and early fall, a Sunday farmers' market offers fresh BC agricultural products, local art and craftwork, live entertainment and children's face painting.

Whistler’s clean mountain air and variety of activities make it an ideal destination for a health and wellness vacation. With nearly a dozen spas within walking distance in Whistler Village, bliss is never far away! Steamy pools set in the forest, pedicures with mountain views, or massages tailored to skiers and golfers are just some of the ways to unwind in Whistler.