Embrace the Springtime Spirit

Spring is the best time for outdoor enthusiasts to explore beyond the slopes, the valleys and lakeshores burst with opportunities for exploration and excitement. Let's dive into some exciting outdoor activities that'll make your Whistler experience unforgettable.


Tee Off in Paradise: Golfing

Credit: Tourism Whistler/Chad Chomlack

Tee off amidst breathtaking mountain vistas at four world-class golf courses nestled close to vibrant Whistler Village. These courses aren't just scenic; they're also celebrated for their excellence, having been rated as SCOREGolf's Best Public Courses in Canada for 2021. Recognized among the Top 59 public courses nationwide, each course promises an unforgettable golfing experience that perfectly complements the natural beauty of Whistler's mountain landscape. The golfing season starts on April 26, 2024 this year with Big Sky Golf Club opening it's door on that day.


Soak Up the Sun: Lake Day

Credit: Tourism Whistler/Justa Jeskova

Embrace the warmth of spring by spending a leisurely day basking in the sunshine at one of Whistler's five pristine lakes. Whether you prefer the serene ambiance of Green Lake or the lively atmosphere of Lost Lake, there's no shortage of options for aquatic fun. Rent a paddleboard or kayak and explore the crystal-clear waters, or simply lounge on the shore with a picnic and soak up the panoramic views. With the snow-capped peaks reflecting in the tranquil waters, a lake day in Whistler is nothing short of magical. Want to know more about the lakes in Whistler? Check out our Lake Guide.


Unleash Your Inner Adventurer: ATV/RZR Tours

For those craving an adrenaline rush, ATV or RZR tours offer an exhilarating way to explore Whistler's back. Strap on your helmet and rev up your engine as you navigate through old-growth forests, cross babbling streams, and ascend to panoramic viewpoints. If you're a thrill-seeker seeking steep inclines and challenging trails, an ATV or RZR tour promises a scenic adventure unlike any other.


Connect with Nature: Visit Nearby Provincial Parks

Just beyond the bustling Whistler Village lie some of British Columbia's most stunning provincial parks, waiting to be discovered. Embark on a scenic drive to Joffre Lakes Provincial Park or Brandywine Falls Provincial Park, where alpine meadows, turquoise lakes, and cascading waterfalls await. Lace up your hiking boots and venture along well-marked trails that lead to awe-inspiring vistas, or simply revel in the tranquility of nature as you breathe in the fresh mountain air. Whether you're seeking a challenging hike or a serene stroll, Whistler's provincial parks offer a sanctuary for outdoor enthusiasts of all interests.

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. 

  • 430 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

1 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

2 Bedroom Suite

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

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