Tourism Whistler (CVB)

4010 Whistler Way V8E 1J2

Why Choose Whistler

Whistler, British Columbia, a place where business and pleasure mix, naturally. Tourism Whistler is a full-service Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) and your one-stop shop for planning meetings, special events, retreats, trade shows or any gathering in the spectacular surroundings of Whistler. Let the seasoned team at Tourism Whistler provide you with a customized proposal for meeting locations, accommodation to suit any budget, transportation options, group dining, marketing assistance, activities & more.


Getting Here

We all know that the journey is just as important as the destination and getting to Whistler is more than your average road trip: it’s a two-hour jaw-dropping experience, a 75 mile scenic stretch from Vancouver International Airport, described by National Geographic as the “Drive of a Lifetime”.

Distance from airport

  • Vancouver International Airport (YVR)

    83 mi. from city center

  • Bellingham International Airport

    126 mi. from city center

  • Seattle–Tacoma International Airport (SEA)

    230 mi. from city center

Local Attractions

Summer in Whistler - Bike, Hike, Raft, Zip and Gaze

Whistler’s warm days and cool evenings, mountainous terrain, and numerous parks and lakes serve as an unforgettable backdrop for a myriad of outdoor activities. Top it off with an eclectic mix of international sporting events, energetic atmosphere and a fun, vibrant arts and culture scene for the ultimate summer destination. And for those looking for a little adventure, whitewater rafting through class-rated rapids, soaring across Whistler’s canyons on Canada’s longest ziplines and exploring the forest on ATVs will get hearts pumping and people inspired. Photo Credit: Tourism Whistler / Justa Jeskova

Four Championship Golf Courses

Perfect your swing: Our four championship-designed courses make Whistler a golfer’s paradise. But don’t just take our word for it: Golf Digest rated Whistleras Canada’s #1 Golf Destination. Our courses are a great setting for fun, outdoor group events and our clubhouses provide a relaxing place for your team to unwind. Photo Credit: Tourism Whistler / Justa Jeskova

Winter in Whistler - Ski, Zip and Explore

Think Whistler in winter and think skiing. Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains offer more than 200 runs from gentle cruisers to powder-filled bowls and everything in between making it an ideal activity for winter programs. There’s more to Whistler winters than just skiing though... Try your hand at mushing a dogsled team, take a snowcat ride up Whistler Mountain and enjoy a delicious fondue dinner under a spectacular moonlit sky, tromp through fields of untouched powder on snowshoes – discover an endless list of activities that make the most of a Whistler winter. Photo Credit: The Adventure Group

The PEAK 2 Peak Experience

Experiencing the record-breaking PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola is a must-do in Whistler. This breathtaking ride is a feat of engineering that links Blackcomb and Whistler Mountains with the longest and highest unsupported lift system on the planet! The Business Insider includes this journey in their collection of 100 trips to take in your lifetime. Discover why, and enjoy the 50km of hiking trails which offer a 360-degree, bird’s eye view of the Coast Mountains. Photo Credit: Tourism Whistler / Mike Crane

A World-Famous Dining Scene

Whistler’s dining scene is one of the best in North American mountain resorts. But why chose just one eatery, when you can dine at up to four gourmet restaurants, all in one unforgettable evening? Whistler Tasting Tours lead extraordinary dining tours through Whistler Village for delicious multi-course dinners, paired with fabulous British Columbia wines. Just ask about our renowned restaurants, wine bars and cellars. Whistler also has the only vodka tasting ice room in North America— the coldest bar on Earth! Pair your party with award-winning regional wines and spirits for local flavour. Photo Credit: Tourism Whistler / Justa Jeskova

Ski the Legendary Whistler & Blackcomb Mountains

Ski two mountains in one day! Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains offer over 200 marked runs, 16 alpine bowls, three unbelievable glaciers and a massive 8,171 acres of terrain perfect for all skiing and riding abilities. Photo Credit: Tourism Whistler/Guy Fattal

Whistler's Legendary Après

An evening après adds the finishing touch to your amazing day and Whistler has no shortage of lively bar patios and cozy restaurants to celebrate at. Swap stories with your friends, and enjoy live music, creative cocktails and great food. Ready to pick up the pace again? Whistler’s famous nightclubs will take you to next level - in ski boots or not! Photo Credit: Tourism Whistler/Justa Jeskova

Nordic Adventures

Whistler is a paradise for Nordic Sports where pristine mountain wilderness meets Olympic-level trails. Boasting over 160km's of trails for all ability levels means plenty of variety for extended ski vacations. There are multiple venues offering cross-country skiing, night skiing, biathlon, dog-friendly trails and more A typical season runs early December to March. Photo Credit: Tourism Whistler/Mark Mackay

Convention Centers

  • Whistler Conference Centre

    The newly renovated 40,000 square foot Whistler Conference Centre boasts a spectacular and versatile ballroom with built-in staging, a 250-seat state-of-the-art theatre, 12 spacious breakout rooms, 2 expansive foyers and modern design characteristics

    • Exhibit Space16,000 sq. ft.
      Total meeting space40,000 sq. ft.



High season
Nov 16 – Dec 31
Jan 1 – Apr 30
Jun 16 – Sep 15
Shoulder season
Sep 16 – Nov 15
May 1 – Jun 15
Low season

Additional Information

Whistler is Canada’s premier, year-round destination, located in the spectacular Coast Mountains of British Columbia, and just two-hours north of Vancouver. Whistler features two majestic mountains, epic skiing and snowboarding, four championship golf courses, more than 200 shops, over 150 restaurants and bars, accommodation to suit any size and budget, extensive hiking and biking trails, spas and arguably the best mountain bike park in the world. Whistler has everything your group need to have the time of their life. Meetings are about the synergy of your best and brightest, together, under one roof. The Whistler Conference Centre is the signature group venue of Whistler, boasting 40,000 sq. ft. of centrally located space that regularly hosts special events, conferences, and tradeshows throughout the year. Whistler offers a multitude of accommodation options, including brand name hotels such as the Fairmont, Four Seasons, Hilton, Pan Pacific, Westin and Delta. With over 3,500 group hotel rooms and the only AAA Five-Diamond Resort in Canada, we have the perfect hotel for every level of comfort, all within easy walking distance of Whistler's vibrant, pedestrian-friendly Village. To think out the of the box, it helps to get out of one... So bring the boardroom outside. Spring, summer, fall or winter, there are endless possibilities of things to do and Whistler’s mountains, lakes, forests, parks and alpine village are the perfect platform for adventure and inspiration.