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  • 1. PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola

    Located about two hours from Vancouver in Whistler, the longest and tallest gondola in the world when it opened, the PEAK 2 PEAK delivers jaw-dropping...

    Located about two hours from Vancouver in Whistler, the longest and tallest gondola in the world when it opened, the PEAK 2 PEAK delivers jaw-dropping views as it travels 4.3 km (2.7 miles) from Whistler's Roundhouse to Blackcomb's Rendezvous Lodge, which sits at an elevation of 7,000 feet. Two gondolas have a glass-floor viewing area that are worth the extra few minutes' wait; there's a separate lineup for these. A day pass may seem costly until you realize that you can ride PEAK 2 PEAK as many times as you wish, plus travel up and down both Whistler and Blackcomb on a fully enclosed gondola system, a 13.5 km (8.3 miles) loop forming the longest continuous lift system in the world. In summer, the ski runs and the rest of the mountainsides open up to 50 km (31 miles) of incredible hiking. Discounts are offered for multiple days.

    Whistler Mountain, Whistler, British Columbia, V0N 1B4, Canada
    800-766–0449

    Sight Details

    Rate Includes: C$65, Closed weekdays mid-Sept.–mid-Oct.; closed mid-Oct.–mid-Nov. and mid-Apr.–mid-May, Daily 10–5 (but varies by season)
  • 2. Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre

    A collaborative project located on the shared territories of the Squamish Nation and Lil'wat Nation, this cultural center is designed to celebrate these two distinct...

    A collaborative project located on the shared territories of the Squamish Nation and Lil'wat Nation, this cultural center is designed to celebrate these two distinct Salish Nations. The concrete, cedar, and fir structure melds the longhouse concept of the coastal Squamish people with the traditional pit house of the interior Lil’wat people. Inside, carvings adorn the walls and displays of art, artifacts, and tools reveal the similarities and differences of the Nations. Try to catch one of the regularly scheduled guided tours offered on the hour, every hour, 10 am–4 pm. The on-site café, which serves contemporary food with a First Nations twist—think venison chili, bannock tacos, or smoked salmon panini—is worth a visit itself.

    4584 Blackcomb Way, Whistler, British Columbia, V8E 0Y3, Canada
    866-441–7522

    Sight Details

    Rate Includes: C$18, Closed Mon. in mid-Oct.–mid-Apr., Daily 9:30–5
  • 3. Audain Art Museum

    Nestled behind some trees, this museum's architecture is just as striking as the art inside. The collection, donated by Michael Audain and his wife Yoshiko...

    Nestled behind some trees, this museum's architecture is just as striking as the art inside. The collection, donated by Michael Audain and his wife Yoshiko Karasawa, has something for everyone—from over two dozen Emily Carr works to Northwest Coast masks to Vancouver photo-conceptualist works. They also host regular lectures and workshops.

    4350 Blackcomb Way, Whistler, British Columbia, V8E 1N3, Canada
    604-962–0413

    Sight Details

    Rate Includes: C$18, Closed Tues.

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