About Susan S
Lives in Vancouver, Canada
Since Mar. 2014
Susan was born and raised in Vancouver, Canada and has also lived in Victoria, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Austria. She has a background in international business and fascinated by new cultures and languages.
Mountains, Ski & Snowboard Areas, Cross-country Ski Areas, Nature & Wildlife Areas
Other Outdoor Activities, Tramways
Mountains, Biking Trails, Sports Complexes
Bodies of Water
Other Outdoor Activities
Adrenaline & Extreme Tours
Bodies of Water
Whether you prefer skiing, snowboarding, or snowshoeing, there is always something for you to do here. Known as one of the world's favorite outdoor playgrounds, Whistler Blackcomb is heaven for the outdoor enthusiast. There are also many summer activities to explore here, ranging from mountain biking to hiking, and you'll find options suitable for all levels.
Known as the highest and longest lift in the world, the Peak 2 Peak Gondola is a must-see activity while you're in Whistler. Covering 4.4 kilometers, this enjoyable ride promises breathtaking views of the west coast from above. It's a suitable activity for all — just don't forget your camera!
For those who love mountain biking, this bike park was designed for you. This is a great summer activity with spectacular trails and west coast views. Whether you're a beginner or advanced rider, there are different levels ranging from easy to difficult so you're sure to find a trail suitable for you.
Cheakamus Lake Trail is an easy hike suitable for beginners. Enjoy a relaxing hike around the trail and plan a picnic by the lake. You will be mesmerized by the pristine water and lush green forests.
Wedgemount Lake is one of the most beautiful hikes, showcasing BC's stunning mountains and pristine water. If you love hiking and nature, be sure to add this to your list. It is a rather difficult hike however, and not intended for beginners. Located 12 kilometers north of Whistler Village, you will need to drive here as there is no public transit that will bring you to the lake.
Enjoy the real Canadian experience by sliding down Whistler's exhilarating tube park. For those who do not like to ski or snowboard, this is the perfect activity for you. This is also a great activity for families as children love it!
Whistler bungee jumping is the perfect outdoor activity for adventure seekers. If you're too afraid to jump by yourself, you can also choose to tandem with a friend or spouse. Bungee jumping is a fun activity, which is definitely worth trying, and it's surprisingly safe too!
Lost Lake is conveniently located within walking distance of Whistler Village, or if you prefer to save your energy for hiking, you can make use of a free shuttle service which operates during July and August. The trails at the lake are perfect for beginners or those who want a casual stroll.
For those interested in art and culture, be sure to check out the Whistler Museum. You will learn about the unique history of Whistler and how it came to be what is it today. The museum is quite small and is a great choice for a rainy day if traveling with kids.
Make a quick stop at Brandywine Falls on your way to Whistler. If you are driving, this is a great place for a short break before hitting the road again. Be sure to take a few photos of the beautiful falls while you're here.