Aerial view of Blackcomb Springs Suites with mountains under the blue sky

The changing of colors when the season changes never fails to fascinate us. Here in Whistler, it almost seems magical when the snow-capped mountains transform into green terrains overnight in April. A ski run could become a hiking/biking trail in the blink of an eye.


Although, snow is melting in lower elevations, there is still ample snow for skiing and snowboarding in the alpine. And if you are an adrenaline junkie, you could carve some turns on the snowy runs in the morning and shred the biking trails in the afternoon. If not, hiking is always a good option to enjoy the fresh air and the natural setting in Whistler.

People in World Ski & Snowboard Festival near Blackcomb Springs Suites

While exploring Whistler, don’t be surprised if you run into crowds of winter sport enthusiasts. The World Ski & Snowboard Festival is returning this month, the week-long festival offers a variety of competitions and activities, including live music performances, food and beverage experiences and art exhibitions. There’s no better way to experience Whistler's unique mountain culture than the festival.


After all the thrills and excitement, why not indulge in a multi-course meal at one of the numerous high-quality restaurants in Whistler. Typically, restaurants will roll out dinning specials in spring. So, seize the chance to treat yourselves without breaking the bank.


If you are still unsure about what to do in Whistler this April, check out other locals’ thoughts on this time of year.

A Chef’s Favourite Thing About Spring in Whistler

Chef making a meal in kitchen at Blackcomb Springs Suites

Spring is most certainly the favourite season for travelling foodies in Whistler. From spring dinning deals at high-end restaurants to the Whistler Farmer’ Market, travellers’ food cravings can be easily satiated. However, what do chefs think about spring here – Read More.


Whistler Spring Rituals

Lady relaxing by a greenly garden at Blackcomb Springs Suites

Every local has their own special ways to welcome spring in Whistler. Some of us swap out our winter gears for running shoes, others choose to reset their mind and body by taking a cold plunge in a lake. Here is what Whistler locals do to prepare for the season – Read More.


Golf in Whistler: 10 Reasons to Tee Off in Whistler This Summer

Man playing golf in a golf course near Blackcomb Springs Suites

Although spring has just arrived, it’s never too early to plan your golf trip. Whistler has been a favourite destination for golfers for years. These are the reasons why avid golfers keep coming back every summer – Read More.

Dining table & TV lounge area by the bed in Studio at Blackcomb Springs Suites


Spacious studio suites feature a full kitchen, private balcony and a gas fireplace. Perfect for solo travellers, couples, or small families. 

  • 432 square feet
  • Number of Beds: 2
  • Bedding Configuration: Queen Bed and Queen Sofa Bed
  • Max Occupancy: 4
Dining table & kitchen by the living area in 1 Bedroom Suite at Blackcomb Springs Suites

One Bedroom Suite

One-bedroom suites feature a full kitchen, private balcony, and spacious living area, dining for four and a gas fireplace.

  • 560 square feet
  • Number of Beds: 2
  • Bedding Configuration: King Bed in Bedroom and Queen Sofa Bed in Living Room 
  • Max Occupancy: 4
Fireplace by TV lounge area in 2 Bedroom Suite at Blackcomb Springs Suites

Two Bedroom Suite

Two-bedroom suites feature a full kitchen, private balcony, and spacious living area, dining for four, a gas fireplace, and two bathrooms.

  • 884 square feet
  • Number of Beds: 4
  • Bedding Configuration: King Bed in Master Bedroom, 2 Twin Beds in Second Bedroom, and Queen Sofa Bed in Living Room
  • Max Occupancy: 6