Whistler may be most famous as a ski resort, but it’s truly a world-class four-season resort where summers prove equally remarkable. Surrounded by the deep forested beauty of the Pacific Coast Mountains, Whistler draws visitors to its hiking and mountain biking trails, championship golf courses, farmers markets and festivals throughout the warmer months and into fall.

A picturesque path takes you down from the Blackcomb Springs Suites to the charming Upper Village, which hosts the Whistler Farmer’s Market on Wednesdays and Sundays from mid-May through early October. Following the path onwards to the Village Centre, you’ll find additional shopping, restaurants, and summertime activities and entertainment. After a long day, hop aboard the complimentary resort shuttle for a ride back to the hotel.


Whistler is a mecca for mountain biking enthusiasts – and it’s not difficult to understand why. An extensive trail network through multiple areas of Whistler gives access to expertly built trails of all levels at no cost to the rider. The Whistler Mountain Bike Park is world renowned, and with options ranging from the Bike Park 101 beginner course to the Top of the World trail for advanced riders, there’s something for everyone.

The biking season in Whistler culminates with the Crankworx Festival in August with professional riders competing, world-class events and plenty of entertainment for all.


Whistler is home to four incredible championship golf courses:

  • Chateau Whistler Golf Course
  • Big Sky Golf Pemberton BC (20-minute drive north of Whistler)
  • Nicklaus North Golf Course by Jack Nicklaus
  • Whistler Golf Club

Each deliver breathtaking mountain views, while putting your golf game to the test!

For the little ones, or those big kids at heart, make sure to stop by the mini golf course on your way down Blackcomb Mountain to the Upper Village. It’s only a short walk from the hotel, and positioned in front of Milestones Restaurant.


The valley trail is a 40km paved trail and boardwalk that connects its travelers between Whistler’s neighbourhoods from Function Junction to Emerald. It is a wonderful way to explore Whistler and to arrive at the many lakes and parks popular during the summer.

Summer activities include:

  • Lakes and parks:  Lost Lake, Alpha Lake, Lakeside Park, Wayside Park, and Rainbow Park
  • Hiking
  • Jeep and ATV tours
  • Tennis
  • Canoe, Kayak and Paddleboarding
  • Whitewater rafting
  • Fishing
  • Skydiving or bungee jumping
  • Ziplining and tree top adventures

Not only all of this, but there is also the Kids Adventure Zone in the Upper Village with lots of activities for the whole family – a stones throw from the hotel. Speak to our reservations specialists about all the summer activities you want to explore, and book your stay with us today!