You may be lucky to spot this remarkable bird in the alpine on Whistler or Blackcomb during one of our Peak 2 Peak Combo Tours. Or perhaps you noticed the oddly named street (Ptarmigan Place) in town or the ski run (Ptarmigan) on Whistler mountain. In this feature we'd like to introduce you to the smallest ptarmigan in North America, and one of our local residents, the White-tailed Ptarmigan.
It's almost time to wrap up 2017 and start a brand New Year! Have you started thinking about your Resolutions for 2018? Some of the best ones you can have will affect yourself AND the planet for the better. With a few small adjustments, you'll be on your way to making the planet a much happier, healthier, and GREENER place.
Ghosts and ghouls be warned, the coastal temperate rainforest has her own formidable creatures that roam the night!
We've had an awesome summer of helping people have fun in Whistler and now we want to see your highlights! Whether you pushed a personal boundary, made memories with the family or went home with a new found love of the outdoors, we want to hear about it.
When deciding to build the largest zipline in Canada and the USA we knew the name needed to be as legendary as the experience. Many ideas were tossed around by the team but we kept gravitating back towards one, The Sasquatch®. What better encapsulates the lore, excitement and west coast culture?
The beaver is an adorable bucked-tooth semiaquatic rodent and Canada’s national animal. They’re the face of our nickel (5 cent coin) for their huge role in our fur trade heritage. But that’s not even the most interesting thing about them.