The Brew Creek Centre

Part of the beauty of staying here is the chance for everyone to connect all together in one place. We find that many guests prefer to stay on the property and just talk, stroll the gardens or play games by the fire. We also love putting on playful, engaging activities tailored to our guests. We can organize just about anything that you can dream up. Croquet on the lawn with a craft beer flight tasting, anyone?

There’s nothing like a little friendly competition to generate some laughs and encourage quality bonding time together. Set up a game of Bocce or croquet on our front lawn and play a few games together. Or let us put together a scavenger hunt designed just for you leading guests all around the property. The quest is sure to win some smiles.

Whistler Area Activities

Whistler In Summer

Top warm-weather activities are sightseeing from the PEAK 2 PEAK gondola, alpine hiking, mountain biking, bear viewing, ziplining, heli-flightseeing or heli-picnicking on a glacier, golf and cycling along the Valley Trail. That’s not to mention a Euro-style pedestrian village with two superb museums and brand name shopping, a Nordic-style mountainside spa and great fly fishing.
For details, visit www.whistler.com/activities/summer.

Whistler In Winter

Whistler Blackcomb is a premiere North American ski resort. Topping the winter to-dos list, of course, is skiing—alpine, heli-, cat- and cross-country—plus snowboarding and snowmobiling, along with snowshoeing at nearby Callaghan Valley. You can explore ice caves, zipline over frozen canyons and fat bike in the snow, too. And après-adventure, you can rejuvenate with a massage and soak in outdoor Nordic-style thermal pools and peruse First Nations art at the Audain Art Museum.
For more information, see www.whistler.com/activities/winter.

Whistler images were generously provided by Tourism Whistler, Destination Canada, Mike Crane, Justa Jeskova, and Michael Allan.

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