Whistler’s Food District beckons gourmet travellers
Summertime is the best time to check out the eats on Main Street
Whistler in the summer is so underrated. It actually attracts more tourists in the summer than the winter, given all the festivals, and there are a ton of summer activities and sports.
While I’m not really the “active” type, I went ziplining at Superfly Ziplines, summer bobsledding at the Whistler Sliding Centre, and scootering with Spitfire Scooter Rentals, and actually enjoyed all of it (although I don’t recommend ziplining in the rain… wasn’t so fun).
However my favourite activity is always a food adventure, and after working up a sweat (not that any of those activities require any sweating), you need to regain all those calories, and I’m great at that.
I was invited to a “Summit Summer” retreat with Summit Lodge Boutique Hotel & Spa and was introduced to some neighbouring restaurants in an area I often forget. Read the full article