For July, Whistler Adds Photography Tours and a Taco Bar

Whistler is offering plenty of acitivites to keep visitors busy this July. 

Travelers will have the opportunity to enjoy two new educational tours this summer. During The twilight photography tour, guests will be transported by truck to some of Whistler’s most iconic locations where local photographer David Mcolm will teach them the tricks of the trade. Environmentally inclined visitors will enjoy the 'backstage pass', a sustainability defined tour where guests will be taken by truck to explore the mountain’s sustainable operations.

July will also see the opening of La Cantina Urban Taco bar. Foodies can enjoy the classic Mexican selection or one of the chef's innovative fusions, the more health conscious can taste oen of the vegan, vegetarian or even gluten free creations.    

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Restaurant and bar fifty two 80 eatery have launched their weekly Thursday backyard BBQ. Attendees can get tips on their golf game from PGA certified instructor Nicklaus North, get grilling lessons from a BBQ master or enjoy the local craft beer selection at the Whistler Brewing tasting table. Kids will be kept busy with a stone carving class by local whistler sculptor Jon Fathom. There will also be weekly giveaways and live music, with 100% of the BBQ proceeds going to the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation who provide support to Sea-to-Sky non-profit organizations.

Visit: www.whistler.com 
 

 

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