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Ex-Easterner and long-time Whistler local, Kristen Wint, is back with a follow up to her last SnowSeekers post on how to do spring break at Whistler Blackcomb. She has some great suggestions for other winter adventures to experience with your family while in Whistler when you want to switch things up from skiing and riding.

You know your kids have their own bucket lists, so be sure to plan a family meeting to decide on everyone’s faves before you come to town. Whether it’s exploring the forest and getting to know the local wildlife, or bombing down a snowy hill on a giant inner tube, Whistler has a never-ending supply of family activities to please all types.

Read the full story on SnowSeekers about tubing, zip lining, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and more at Whistler

Kristen also tells you where to go in the Village for free outdoor fun, including roving entertainers, tobogganing, arts and crafts, mini hockey, live music and more. And the best part – there are always snacks and hot chocolates on hand for kids (when they ask nicely).

For families who just can’t get enough skiing and riding (who can?), there are some sweet options for taking your clan’s snow obsession to the next level. Find out how you can access up to 432,000 acres of vast wilderness and powder while also crushing your vert goals. Get your apps downloaded now.

Plus, discover some great options for exploring Whistler’s pristine backcountry while also giving your kids the ride of a lifetime.

If you haven’t heard about our snow conditions, the snow just keeps on falling here in Whistler and our cumulative snowfall has now reached seven metres. That’s gonna make for some epic spring skiing at Whistler Blackcomb.

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