ResortQuest Marketplace Lodge

4360 Lorimer Road, Whistler, British Columbia, V0N 1B4, Canada

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by colares

Beginning of July we intend to go by train to Whistler. The city, is it a construction site for the Olympics or is it worth to stay some days there?

Re: Construction at Whistler

by 2gman

You won't have any problem going by train from Vancouver. The scenery is awesome.
If you were driving from Monday to Friday you would encounter stoppages ranging from 15 minutes to an hour during the day on the highway to Whistler. There are no stoppages on Saturday or Sundays.
Its definitely worth spending a couple of days there especially if you like the outdoors. There's plenty of hiking and biking available. Even if you are not the outdoors type there are plenty of places to eat/drink at and enjoy the scenery.
All of the Olympic venues are pretty much completed at Whistler.

Re: Construction

by yvr

Take plenty of money with you,

Travel Tips for Whistler

ski the back side of the...

by Wilson

ski the back side of the glacier at Blackcomb. making my own tracks in some fresh powder in the back bowl glacier as the sun was setting. Took this several mile long run all the way to the bottom where a cold beer was waiting at the Apres Ski party.

Small Plate Fine Dining

by Roadquill about Araxi

Having just arrived in Whistler we were looking for a light, but nice meal to start the ski holiday off. We arrived at Araxi at 9 PM on a Sunday evening and the place was packed. The decor is nice, and the service was very good. We wasted no time devouring the bread. Starters are 12 to 16, from butternut squash soup, and the main courses 28 to 42, char, scallops, lamb and risotto. The dishes were creatively prepared and presented. It looked like the used a lot of local ingredients. For example, the soup was poured from turreans into your bowl of goodies. I felt the wine list was overpriced. They were "out of" the one reasonably priced Napa Cabernet, tried to bring a Merlot, and ended up substituting a $20 higher priced Cab, but no reduction to us.... we paid full boat. The portions could have been larger. And pretty expensive, $152C for the two of us. The Octopus salad with fried squid was very good.

Ziptrek Ecotours

by Pat&ZoAnn

It's not really "off the beaten path", but it is also pretty expensive to call it a "must-see". However, it sure is a lot of fun. The staff outfits you with a harness, gives you a little training, then you're zipping along a cable above a mountain canyon. What a rush!

The Village of course!

by Jyrki

A trip to Whistler isn't complete with at least a stroll through the Village. Despite the cold temperatures in the winter Whistler Village really has a very cozy feeling to it! Walk around at night with your sweetie, or even by yourself, the village is well lit and there are often lots of people around. There are lots of shops including many many ski and board shops if you are inclined to drop some coin on the latest gear. Being the tourist resort that it is prices are high and don't expect too many bargains.

If you want a souvenir but aren't budgeted for it there are often promotional events going on in the village near the gondolas and you can usually get a free keychain or if you're lucky, a t-shirt. It may not be much but it's something!We even found one tent where they were letting us make free long distance calls! Phone home and tell your friends about your Whistler experience!


by jhorsfield30


Year round resort area that offers top-notch downhill and heli-skiing during the winter and early spring, and alpine hiking and glacier skiing during the warmer months.
Attraction type: Ski area; Golf course


So much to see and do, I was completely blown away by the scale and ability of whistler resort to maintain a level balance between tourism, nature and the local people and customs without selling itself to just another winter resort.
There are plenty of shops and places to eat and you can enjoy a great days shopping if you don't fancy the sports, but, rest assured that the locals are a great bunch of people and the benefits of interacting with the local people is a great benefit.

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Address: 4360 Lorimer Road, Whistler, British Columbia, V0N 1B4, Canada