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Located just two hours north of Vancouver, Whistler is one of Canada’s most beloved tourist destinations. Millions of people visit the area every year, mainly for the incredible winter sports – the skiing here is world-class. But there is a multitude of things to do, see and experience in the summer months as well, including hiking and mountain biking. For those more interested in a little retail therapy, Whistler Village offers an abundance of shops and boutiques. The area boasts great dining, nightlife and cultural attractions as well.

Nita Lake Lodge is located 500 metres from the base of Whistler Mountain and the Creekside gondola.
A true four-season resort, Nita Lake Lodge proudly redefines upscale mountain comfort.
From high octane escape to secret sanctuary, Nita Lake Lodge’s stunning natural beauty and fresh mountain air will have you dreaming of your next getaway to the West Coast to enjoy Whistler your way!

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whistler blackcomb ski resort

North America’s largest ski resort has delighted skiers of all skill and experience levels for over half a century. It features over 8,000 combined acres of skiable area, as well as a vibrant village with shops, restaurants and activities galore. Our hotel is located 500 metres away from the Creekside Gondola at Whistler Mountain, providing hassle-free access to this remarkable resort.  

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whistler mountain bike park

Get your adrenaline fix at this lift-accessed bike park, which showcases 80 kilometres of trail – from relaxed beginner rides to heart-pounding tracks reserved for pros only. Step outside of our hotel and head to the Creekside Gondola at Whistler Mountain, which provides direct access to all of the park’s four zones.

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whistler sliding centre

Ever wish you could experience the exhilaration of hurtling down the world’s fastest ice track? Make that dream a reality at this state-of-the-art centre, home to the bobsleigh, skeleton and luge competitions during the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. Book a run during our public hours, take a tour of the facilities or check out the event calendar.

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audain art museum 

This relatively new museum is housed in a visually striking building and offers permanent and temporary exhibitions celebrating over 300 years of artistry in British Columbia (and Whistler in particular). Many of Canada’s most significant artists are represented here.

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train wreck hike

Located just a few kilometres form the hotel, this relaxed hike takes you through the forest and across the Cheakamus River, past several wrecked train cars (the result of a derailment years ago). It’s family- and bike-friendly, and the perfect place to have a picnic.

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zipline aerial tours

There are few better ways to view the landscape than high up in the sky on an exciting zip line ride. Whistler happens to be home to the longest zipline in Canada or the United States –Ziptrek’s Sasquatch® tour, which is over two kilometres and spans the valley between Whistler and Blackcomb mountains.

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brandywine falls provincial park hike

Make the quick trip to this majestic national park and enjoy a short, relaxed hike to its namesake waterfall, which is 70 metres high and absolutely mesmerizing. Dogs are welcome, though they must be on a leash.

 

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whistler olympic park 

Located seven kilometres northwest of Nita Lake Lodge, this park was the home of the Nordic events in the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. It offers year-round opportunities for outdoor fun – from cross-country skiing and biathlon in the winter to hiking and mountain biking in the warmer months.

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squamish lil’wat cultural centre

Learn more about Whistler’s indigenous First Nation peoples at this fascinating museum and cultural centre. Exhibitions offer insight into the history, artwork, language and ceremonies of these two nations, telling their stories in authentic and meaningful ways.

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