• Jun 22
    • General Information

    Keep your Home Cool this Summer

    It’s summertime in Whistler and, in a town known for its winters, it may surprise you that it gets hot. Very hot. The temperature in summers can reach the mid 30s and it stays hot well into the evening. With…

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  • Jun 15
    • Community

    The Best Craft Beer Pub in Whistler

    Summer is on the way and there are few things better than relaxing at the end of the day with a cold, refreshing beer! Whistler is famous for having an incredible après scene, along with some great restaurants and cafes.…

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  • Jun 8
    • Community

    The best dog friendly hiking trails in Whistler

    Whistler is an incredible place for hiking trails, but unfortunately dogs aren’t always welcome on every trail. Due to the presence of bears and other wild animals, areas such as Garibaldi Park do not allow dogs. But don’t worry there…

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  • Jun 1
    • Agent Q&A

    Whistler Realtor Q&A: Wendi Warm

    Q: Why did you move to Whistler? A: I moved to Whistler for the skiing and the outdoors. I moved from Toronto and it was only supposed to be for six months, but that’s turned into 25 plus years now!…

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  • May 25
    • Community

    Top 5 Patios in Whistler

    With sunny weather in the forecast everyone starts looking for a warm patio to relax on and enjoy a drink. There are so many to choose from in Whistler that it can be hard to decide where to go. To…

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  • May 18
    • Community

    Mountain Biking in Whistler

    Following the winter season, when the snow melts away from the peaks, a new sport takes over the area. Mountain biking in Whistler is hugely popular and draws just as much traffic as skiing and snowboarding in winter. As the…

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  • May 11
    • Activities

    Making the Most of “Dead Season” in Whistler

    Winter and summer in Whistler bring in huge numbers of visitors each year, offering some of the best skiing and mountain biking in the world. The time in between the popular seasons is known as “dead season” or “shoulder season”…

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  • May 4
    • Real Estate Information

    Limited Dual Agency vs Double Ending: What is the Difference?

    Over the last few months, concerns have been raised regarding issues which may occur when real estate practitioners work with both the buyer and seller in a transaction. This has come as a result of some media investigations and associated…

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  • Apr 27
    • Whistler Spotlight

    Whistler Spotlight: GO Fest

    Whistler is lucky enough to host a huge number of festivals and events throughout the year from Crankworx in summer, to the World Ski and Snowboard Festival in winter. Taking place in May, GO Fest is one of Whistler’s newest…

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  • Apr 20
    • Community

    Why Whistler is so Much More Than a Winter Resort

    When most people think of Whistler they picture snowy mountains, skiing, and snowboarding. The area is known worldwide for being home to one of the world's best ski resorts, but there is so much more to Whistler. It can seem…

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