It’s funny that Labour Day, the annual holiday celebrating the achievements of workers, is the ideal time to kick back and relax. As summer’s last long hurrah, it’s a wonderful time for a Blackcomb Peaks vacation, especially for those who enjoy warm-weather activities.
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September is one of the best months to be at Whistler! The summer crowds are leaving, and the hot summer temperatures are beginning to cool down.
August is one of the hottest and busiest months in Whistler with many events, outdoor activities, and festivals. Our guide to Whistler in August will help you plan your vacation!
What’s your favorite time of year to hit the mountain? From winter through spring, summer and fall, there are plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy in Whistler Blackcomb.
Celebrate after a day of outdoor fun on the mountain with après ski, a longtime tradition that allows you to unwind with friends over a cider or beer on an open deck, a sprawling village lawn or an indoor spot. Fortunately, Whistler has plenty of places to kick back and relive the day.