Hitting its 17th year Cornucopia is set to return to Whistler with a bang on November 7. The festival will be marking its 17th year and is doing so bigger and better than ever more than doubling in length to 11 days.
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Previous posts have spoken about Whistler’s hidden secrets and its time to give away another: Parkhurst Ghost Village. Nestled on the north shore of Green Lake and accessible by canoeing or hiking it is an impressive and surreal spectacle.
Whistler is known for many things: great skiing and boarding, mountain biking, hiking, eating out, shopping, even partying. What people often don’t realize there is also some amazing mixology going on in the village that has it all. It seemed fitting to let any cocktail...
Whistler has many hidden adventures, some difficult some easy, but all amazing in their own way. One of the most rewarding, unique and in many ways easiest to get to is a little secret that locals refer to merely as, "the Train Wreck."
If you've skied Whistler Blackcomb in the last couple of years, or visited the summit in the summer, chances are you've noticed the large stone statue at the top of the mountain.