August 2, 2018 - 08:00 to August 5, 2018 - 16:00
Wanderlust Whistler is a journey, where different paths are open for different people to explore and the meeting of like-minded individuals is facilitated. Bring a friend or make a whole group of new ones on a multi-day mountaintop adventure or a daylong retreat.
Music and Performances
Yoga & Meditation
The festival hosts a selection of local and international teachers, representing a broad spectrum of yoga disciplines and teaching styles. Be inspired with new teachers and returning favourites.
The Speakeasy is Wanderlust Festival’s unique lecture series on subjects pertaining to the mindful life, featuring inspiring and insightful talks from a wide range of presenters including prominent yoga teachers, musicians, authors, leading figures in the areas of wellness and spirituality, and much more.
Hikes and Runs
Guided hikes and runs enable attendees to explore the connection between nature, yoga and music amongst the stunning natural beauty of the Coast Mountains. Choose from a series of activities with a different focus, from live music meditation to explorations of local flora and fauna and sunrise or sunset hikes.
Outdoor Adventures, SUP, Slacklining and more
Get off your mat and experience flow of a different kind. Whistler’s mountains provide endless opportunities to challenge yourself in new, beautiful surroundings. Try standup paddleboard yoga, mountain biking, rafting, ziplining, rock climbing or hooping and slacklining.
Expand your knowledge about the bounties of the local region at Wanderlust's seated, multi-course Farm to Table Dinner. Local farmers and chefs collaborate to craft a nourishing feast showcasing all that is fresh, sustainable and delicious about the local food scene.
Wanderlust Whistler features a unique Kula Market that showcases exhibitors and not-for-profit organizations that align with the Wanderlust vision. The market is free and open to the public. Attendees may also wish to visit the Farmers’ Market in the Upper Village for fresh local produce.
WHAT TO BRING
Photo ID, yoga mat, props, sunscreen, hat and sunglasses, layers, small backpack (no storage areas are provided & all belongings must remain with participants) and a reusable water bottle (refill on site at one of the water stations).
Shuttle pick-ups are at the Harbor Meeting Point in the roundabout just past the Delta Whistler Village Suites. The meeting point is also directly across from Village Gazebo. Shuttle pick-ups are 15 minutes before each SUP class.
|Photo Credit:||Tourism Whistler / Mike Crane|