Whistler Timeshare Resales
As the host to ski events of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games, Whistler is home to the largest ski range on the North American continent, making it one of the world’s top ski destinations. Even so, this stunning mountain resort town in British Columbia is a four-season getaway, and Whistler timeshare resales offer an abundance of exciting things to see and do for all ages.
Whistler’s star attraction is its ski resort, which features two mountains, 8,100 skiing acres, five terrain parks and a top-notch snow school. The slopes here are diverse to suit everyone from beginners to experts.
This resort is a true winter sports paradise with fun activities like snowboarding, snowmobiling and dog-sledding. The nearby Whistler Olympic Park is a good place to go cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and tobogganing.
If you are up for adrenaline thrills, hop on a guided bobsleigh at the Whistler Sliding Centre and speed down a narrow ice tunnel at more than 77 mph (125 km).
For something less extreme but still exhilarating, ride the Peak 2 Peak Gondola from Whistler Mountain to Blackcomb Mountain to enjoy breathtaking views of the snowcapped mountains.
When you come off the slopes, head down to the mountain base and explore Whistler Village. Wander the stone walkways around this charming village and check out the many restaurants and shops. If you visit your Whistler timeshare in the summer, you can browse open-air markets and watch street entertainers.
Heritage and History
Discover the history of Whistler at the Whistler Museum, where you can see artifacts and hear interesting stories of the area. The museum offers fun activities for children.
A visit to the Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre is a must-do to learn about the indigenous peoples who have resided in the Whistler area for thousands of years. Walk through a longhouse, see artifacts and artworks, make a dreamcatcher or drum in a workshop, and take a guided forest walk.
Summer turns Whistler’s beautiful landscapes into an outdoor playground for you and the whole family.
Rainbow Park, located at Alta Lake, offers a nice, sandy beach where you can swim in clear water, play volleyball and picnic. Just a short hike from Whistler Village, Lost Lake also features a pretty beach with restrooms, barbecues, picnic areas, scenic trails and rental facilities for bikes, skis and snowshoes. In the winter, this is a good place to go snowshoeing.
Relish amazing scenery while walking, jogging, skateboarding or cycling along the 25-mile Whistler Trail. You can also use the trail in the winter for fat-biking or cross-country skiing.
Visit nearby Brandywine Falls Provincial Park to hike, cycle and revel in the beautiful views of the waterfall, mountains and lakes.
Play a round of golf at one of Whistler’s four championship golf courses, surrounded by stunning mountain vistas.
After a long, invigorating day on the slopes, you will find a wide variety of après ski bars in Whistler, ranging from cozy, laid-back pubs to sports bars and classy lounges as well as a few nightclubs to enjoy dancing and live music.
When to Visit
If you want to visit your Whistler timeshare for winter sports, the ski season occurs between late November and late March. Summer is a busy time with warm weather and outdoor events. Spring and fall present affordable travel times with plenty of beauty and adventure.
Spectacular doesn’t even begin to describe this outdoor adventure wonderland, and the best way to experience this world-class destination is with a Whistler timeshare. And with the money you save by buying on the timeshare resale market, you’ll have your lift fees paid for years to come.