On long cold winter days, it’s easy to drop off even the best-intentioned exercise routine. Following months of traveling and stay-at-home restrictions and confined areas of your home isn’t appealing. Still, the frigid temperatures, coupled with shorter hours of light and, in a few cases, snow, can make it difficult to leave the warm interior of your home to go outside for a workout. Winter activities are among the most effective ways to stay fit. As counterintuitive as it may sound, it can be even more enjoyable in cold weather. These are the best activities that will allow you to enjoy winter. Click here
School’s out. There’s a slowdown at work. And the warmer weather provides plenty of possibilities to enhance your health. Plenty of local, fresh food and a myriad of outdoor activities. Here’s how you can maximize the benefits of the summer months.
Whistler is situated in a prime spot in the blessed, culinarily Pacific Northwest. Seafood producers swoop up the Sea-to-Sky Highway with the best-quality local fish. Menus are filled with references to potatoes from neighboring Pemberton Valley (reputedly some of the best in the world), oysters from British Columbia’s Fanny Bay and Desolation Sound, and wines from all over the province. Many restaurants offer upscale mountain cuisine and incorporate local and seasonal ingredients used in dishes that are nourishing enough to fuel outdoor activities, coupled with a relaxed atmosphere and service.
The nightlife in Whistler is pulsing with after-dark entertainment in nightclubs, bars, pubs, and lounges close to one another. Make your night more exciting by combining live music, martini night, Karaoke competitions, international DJs, and more. You pick the venue and decide the pace.