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Vacation Rental Price Information in Whistler
We analyzed vacation houses, cottages and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night in Whistler. $659 is the highest price average in the next twelve months. On average, the most interesting prices are in a week of November (11/17 - 11/24) as the average price is only $233 per night.
Rental Availability Information in Whistler
Our availability graph helps you identify the busiest months in Whistler. It is in December that you will find the week with the least available rentals (12/22 - 12/29). April (4/20 - 4/27) has got the highest percentage of available rentals.
The Weather in Whistler
This is the climate diagram in Whistler. August is the warmest month of the year in Whistler with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 77°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 21° in December. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is January.
A vacation home in Whistler for an adventurous winter break
Canada's favorite year-round destination enjoys its cozy location in the Coast Mountains of British Columbia. The vibrant base village is home to rustic boutiques, world class bars, restaurants and spas. A profusion of town houses, mountain lodges, and winter villas are up for the taking.
More than just its mountains, Whistler is where creative spirits roam free. The Audain Art Museum presents interesting rotating exhibitions from across the world. Look out for the permanent collection of nineteenth century Northwest Coast masks. Whistler's singular mountain culture is best explored at the Whistler Museum which houses a complete original gondola cabin. The Lost Lake PassivHaus is an example of how modern design can be energy efficient. To experience life as locals do, head down to the Maury Young Arts Center which offers a compelling community program.
Ice, fire and festivities galore
Whistler's cultural calendar kicks off with January's Arts Whistler Live! International Guitar Night and the endless After Ski Parties. Whistler’s Great Outdoors Festival is all about the outdoors – snow-sliding, golfing, bike-riding and even water-sports. June features the military-style Tough Mudder obstacle course where teams are tested in the mountains. Visitors can enjoy bungee jumping, ziplining and white water rafting. Summer's biggest draw is the ecstatic Wanderlust Whistler celebration where chefs, musicians, speakers, yoga teachers and like-minded folks come together. Sunday nights during winter are no less as seasoned skiers and riders flip through rings of fire to the beats of DJ music. Enjoy Whistler's offerings with a comfy vacation home.
The essence of Whistler
Peak to Peak Gondola
Take a ride on the world's longest and highest lift that offers birds eye views of British Columbia's valleys and glaciers. Connecting Whistler and Blackcomb mountains, the lift is a dream come true for experienced skiers, snowboarders and even casual visitors.
Whistler Mountain Bike Park
Mountain bikers from across the world converge at this bike park which affords the ultimate downhill biking experience. That said, there are trails and terrain suited to beginners and those of all levels.
Whistler Sliding Center
This exciting bobsleigh, luge, and skeleton track is part of the Whistler Blackcomb resort, and is recognized as the fastest ice track in the world. Visitors are allowed to take a tour of the facility.
Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Center
An emotionally evocative wealth of information awaits at this center which is dedicated to the culture of local First Nations. An interpretive forest walk, craft area, outdoor longhouse and indigenous-inspired café are part of the Squamish experience.
A short walk from Whistler village, Lost Lake is home to the spectacular Lost Lake Park. 18 miles of cross-country skiing trails offer far-reaching vistas of the Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. You can enjoy a bout of night skiing or snowshoeing while here.
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