Ski season is in full swing right now and the snowboarding resorts are getting busier. Hotels up in Whistler are getting more rooms booked, as those with passes look to take advantage of getting up and getting onto the slopes.
Though interprovincial travel has been discouraged and only non-essential travel recommended, there are still many people making their way to Whistler or Cypress to do a little skiing or snowboarding either by themselves or with the family. There are a variety of activities and fun things to do in the area, besides just snowboarding, skiing, or walking around.
If you are in Whistler and looking for something to do, there are many great foods to try and even a cool s’mores station at the Four Seasons Whistler that is open on Fri and Sat from 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM.
Four Seasons Whistler S’mores Station
This hotel offers a perfect location if you are headed to Whistler, along with breathtaking scenery, for an intimate retreat when you need some peace away from the city life.
Many hotels are getting creative with distancing rules and COVID-19 restrictions and from booking lift passes ahead of time to offering special dining spaces, they have gotten creative to keep moving forward.
Since Jan 1st it is reported that Whistler had seen more than 600 cases of COVID-19 but more recent updates have suggested that the transmission might be declining. Ski resorts and other hotels etc are imposing distancing rules along with mask requirements and other measures to help fight the spread of COVID-19.
Despite the risk many people are still eager to get onto the mountain and have been heading up for skiing, snowboarding, and perhaps just to see the sights too because the area is so beautiful.