Late spring is the season for multisport days, awesome events, and unique dining and accommodation specials at BC’s favourite resort town.
Between mid-April and May, it’s an exciting time of year in Whistler, when everything springs back to life: flowers bloom, black bears wake from hibernation, and Whistler Village buzzes with activity.
Extend Your Stay for Less with Off-Peak Pricing
Visitors can expect superb value during Whistler’s spring season, thanks to off-peak pricing. With midweek rooms from $99, incredible dining specials, and early-season pricing at golf courses, it’s a great time for extended stays to take in all of Whistler’s warmer weather offerings.
Multisport Days: Pick Your Pleasure
Late Spring is an exceptional time in Whistler, where warmer temperatures and longer days coexist with snowy mountaintops, making it possible to hit the slopes in a tee-shirt in the morning and to choose your own adventure for the rest of the day: will it be golf, hiking, paddling, ziplining, or biking on the Valley Trail? Or maybe a relaxing afternoon on a sunny patio followed by a rejuvenating spa treatment? Pick your pleasure from the abundant options.
GO Fest: Whistler’s Great Outdoor Festival
Whistler’s Great Outdoors Festival (GO Fest) is back for Victoria Day Long Weekend, from May 18th to 21st, with its usual unbeatable combination of open-air concerts, sports events and clinics, film showings, and more.
Bici Gusti Gourmet Ride
Bici Gusti Gourmet Ride returns to Whistler for May Long Weekend. It’s a veritable feast for the senses for an intimate group of cyclists, who embark on an excursion through the picturesque Whistler and Callaghan Valleys. In the evening, riders are treated to an exquisite gourmet dinner made from locally sourced ingredients and carefully paired with hand-selected wines. For more information on what Whistler has to offer in late spring, visit whistler.com/spring-thing