One of the world’s most popular ski resorts, Whistler is about 80 miles north of Vancouver and is named after the whistling mountain marmots that populate the area. This charming, gabled alpine village was the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games venue and oozes the sort of stylish ski-town sensibility you’d expect from the greatest sporting event in the world. Like an old-fashioned Christmas card in the winter and a virtual Garden of Eden in the summer, Whistler is popular with couples all year round. In the shade of the Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains, meccas for winter adventure sports enthusiasts, sits Whistler Village, the central spot for hotels, fine dining restaurants, cute little shops and one of the most romantic snowy enclaves in Canada.
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