10 Free Things to Do in Whistler this Fall
Fall is here in the Whistler Valley and this is a great time of year to visit. Check out our list of 10 free things to do!
- Play a round of disc golf! The Whistler Disc Golf course offers 27 free holes. This well maintained course is located in Lost Lake Park and offers stunning views. Park at the Spruce Grove Park for access to the course.
- Explore Whistler via the Valley Trail. The Valley Trail is a network of about 40km of paved and accessible trail. The trails link Whistler neighbour hoods, parks and lakes. This is a wonderful way to discover Whistler beyond the Village. You can walk, jog, rollerblade or rent bikes to explore Whistler hidden gem!
- Check out the Whistler Public Library. This library is in a beautiful building and this is just a great place to relax, read a book or use the internet. There are many free events each week perfect for children. These events include Toddler Story Time, Singing with the Babies, Words and Music and Games Night! For more information and to view times for the events visit the Whistler Public Library.
- Need to stretch and relax? Lululemon offers a free yoga class on Saturday and Sunday mornings from 8:00am - 9:00am. No mat? No worries! Lululemon will supply the mat, you supply the body! There will also be complimentary Hip Hop class on Wednesday evenings from 8:30pm-9:30pm taught by Vibes own Michelle Anne Klekner.
- Whistler is home to a number of amazing art galleries. Exploring Whistler's art galleries is a great way to spend a rainy afternoon. There a variety of galleries showcasing First Nations Native Art, sculpture, contemporary oils, watercolours, glasswork and photography.
- Visit the new playground at the Whistler Olympic Plaza. The unique wood structure showcases the capabilities of B.C. artisans. This innovative playground will meet the diverse needs of children, including those with disabilities, and allows them to easily play side-by-side with their siblings, friends, families and caregivers.
- Visit WAG (Whistler Animals Galore). For over 25 years, WAG has been rescuing, caring for, and finding new homes for lost, homeless, and unwanted animals from Whistler to Lillooet. WAG is also open to volunteers who can walk a dog or cuddle one of the cats.
- Head over to the The Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre in the Upper Village. The center features exhibits, workshops, Outdoor Exhibits, nature walks, a gift shop and a cafe. Every Tuesday throughout the winter admission to the exhibits and galleries will be by donation.
- Check out the Whistler Skate Park and bike pump track. The park is located beside the day parking lots between the Upper Village and Whistler Village.
- Lost Lake Park is a wonderful place to spend a fall day. Bike, run or walk on this great trail system.
Are you looking for a Whistler Hotel for Fall?
The Coast Blackcomb Suites at Whistler offers suites with full kitchens, stunning mountain views and a complimentary buffet breakfast each morning.
For more information about things to do in Whistler or to make a reservation, please contact our reservation staff.