Our hotel comes alive with Easter festivities. You can learn more about everything hoppening at the hotel for Easter here.
Discover Art Through Egg-cercise
It could be because of our fresh mountain air, or inspiring surroundings, but there is something about Whistler that make you want to get moving. Hop on your bike, or slip on your running shoes to explore these hidden art gems while working up a sweat.
This hidden-in-pain-sight beauty blends into her surroundings so well many locals don’t even know that she’s there. Located beside the creek between Creekside base and Nita Lake, this wooden sculpture can be tricky to spot, but worth the effort.
Jeri By James Stewart
Just past the covered bridge, as you walk from Fairmont Chateau Whistler to the Village you can find the statue of Jeri looking up at the mountains. Take a moment and enjoy the view with this piece of fantastic Whistler outdoor art.
Creekside Underpass Mural
You may have driven over the bridge in Creekside many times, but did you know that hidden below is a phenomenal mountain mural by Jessa Gilbert? You can find it halfway between Creekside Village and Nita Lake. This easy walk is ideal for ages and abilities.