Made with prefabricated materials from BC Passive House in Pemberton, Buckhorn represents the lineage of passive housing in British Columbia, which began in in the province during the 2010 Olympics with the Lost Lake PassivHaus.
With massive columns propping up an overhanging roof at the edge of the forest, this house, from certain angles, looks more like a temple to sport than a chalet.
A house that rises out of the bedrock like the mountains that surround it.
Moment Factory’s interactive walk-through installations require you to become a participant in a story—drawing you further and further into wonderland until, like Alice, you find yourself standing at the bottom of the rabbit hole looking up and wondering how you got there.
Our guide to the summer side of the alpine escape.
An immersive multimedia night walk takes visitors on a 1.5-kilometre path through an enchanted forest.
Nita Lake Lodge has had strong bones for 10 years; after a charming new stylistic refresh, its future looks bright as well.
The Four Seasons Resort Whistler has you covered for après on this season opening weekend.
Since the chateau first opened its doors in 1989, it has enchanted visitors with hospitality, keen service, and world-class amenities.