The talk of the town for the 2014/15 ski season in Whistler (and every other mountain in our region) is “what ski season?”. True, it seems as if winter forgot to pay us a visit this year, and the 14 day forecast that takes us through to the days before spring indicate more of the same. Many of you had planned your visit to Whistler far before you knew what the climate had in store, and find yourselves in town wandering about, wondering what to do. Fret not our fine guests, you have still stumbled upon one of the best resort communities in the world, one that is packed full of things to do, even when things don’t go quite as planned. Below is a list of recommendations from the staff at our Whistler Village restaurant that will keep you entertained (and well fed!) as winter 2014/15 concludes without a proper snow day for time on the slopes.
5 Things to do When the Snow Doesn’t Show During Winter in Whistler
With Valentine’s Day arriving tomorrow many visitors to Whistler Village are searching for the most romantic restaurant in town. Of course such a thing is not exclusive to February 14th, as couples arrive in Whistler everyday of the year seeking the same atmosphere. But before one can nail down such an establishment one must ask what romance is to them, and their beloved. The concept of novela is different for everyone. In Whistler we see it all. All you need to do is revisit this article on the best places to propose in Whistler to know that many of our adventurous guests prefer the likes of frozen glacial peaks and rugged trails to traditional candlelit dinners for “popping the question”. Romance in Whistler is unique indeed. That being said, if your definition of romance includes a dim lit yet vibrant ambience that is serenaded by the scents and tastes of some of the most succulent cuisine that your intimate senses have ever experienced, then we have what you seek.
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