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8 FREE things to do in Whistler Village - For the budget travellers!

Whistler is a very popular ski resort that sits in North America. If you're on a budget trip to Whistler, here are some of the things you can check without paying a dollar!


Hiking and climbing

For the ones who are seeking an outdoor adventure, you can check out the many incredible hiking trails of Whistler. The trails range from simple nature walks around lakes to elevated steep slope climbs. So, whatever your fitness level is, you will find Whistler accommodating you and offering you an experience that you must have in these parts. We all know Canada has a beautiful landscape, why miss out on it when in Whistler?


Whistler Village

One of the most amazing regions of Whistler its Village. This is one of the popular places to explore that shows the local community at its best. The village is situated at the foothills of the Whistler Blackcomb Mountain and is home to many accommodation types. This is a popular spot where tourists come to meet the locals and mingle. If you're looking for accommodation at a Whistler ski resort, then you can look at properties like Pan Pacific Whistler Village Centre for a comfortable stay.


Lost Lake Park

The next on the list which is absolutely free is the Lost Lake Park. If you would like to be surrounded by incredible nature of Whistler, then this park should be your number one priority. This is one of the most visited places here during the summer and also the winter months. The 525-acre park has a 15-mile trail for the Nordic skiers and also. In the warmer months, people can adorn their swimsuits, grill some burgers and enjoy a cool drink in these shores. And the views are sublime! Make sure to take your cameras and click away!


Brandywine Falls Provincial Park

This town might be very popular for the ski slopes, but this region also offers plenty of opportunities for you to try out activities that focus on exploring nature. And one of the best places here that you cannot miss out on is the Easter Brandywine Falls Provincial Park. This park was named after a waterfall that stands at 230 ft and has many trails that you can explore. The trails are used for snowshoeing in the winter months and are used for mountain biking in the summer. And whichever month you decide to visit, the Brandywine Falls Provincial Park has to be explored.


Whistler Train Wreck

One of the unique areas here is the Whistler Train Wreck. The name suggests a train wreck. if you guessed it, well then, you are correct. The 3-mile trail is well known in the region for the train cars that were moved here back in the year 1956 after the fall of a track close by. Local graffiti artists since then have displayed the vibrant graffiti on these cars. This trail also crosses the suspension bridge which offers glorious views of the Cheakamus Rover!

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