Luna Yard Sale

Luna Yard Sale

If you have still to buy your gear for this season and still have some money in your pocket then tonight might be the night to sort yourself out. 

The sale is being held tonight at Spruce grove field house (by the softball fields) from 5pm till 10pm (LUNA was started in 2003 to offer nightlife alternatives in Whistler) and is offering up gear direct from a selection of pros, along with a host of other items to make your season more enjoyable.    They even have TV’s for $15!


The forecast for the next few days is fantastic with estimates at the moment that we’ll see 30-50 cm on Sunday AND 30-50cm on Monday you want to make sure you can make the most of it.



Mongolie grill

Mongolie grill

If you are looking for a meal out with friends and can’t decide what you want maybe now is the time to try Mongolie Grill.  As long as everyone likes stir fry you’ll have a good night.  If you have never been before you basically get a bowl each and then proceed to fill up on your favorite stir fry choices, veg, meats, sauces, whatever  and the chefs cook it up in front of you.  Bottom line if you don’t like what you get then you shouldn’t have chose it.

Currently if you live or work in Whistler then you can get a locals card and get 50% off your meal (providing you purchase a drink).  Only one person at the table needs the card and everyone can get the discount.

On my last visit I discovered that I can eat 1kg of stir fry, gluttony eh!


Whistler mountain opens early!

Awesome news, the mountain is opening early and skiing on whistler will begin.  Blackcomb will still be closed until the 26th, but for those that don’t have their season pass and gear yet now is the time!

See you out there!

Whistler Blackcomb EARLY OPENING ALERT!!! Whistler Mountain is opening this Saturday. Wax your gear and come on out to kick off the our most epic season yet. Skiing and riding on Emerald Chair, Franz’s and Big Red Express. There are killer deals to be had this weekend. Book by Nov. 15 and save up to 39% on lift/lodging packages.



Cornucopia: Whistler’s Celebration of Wine and Food

Time to fill your face with the good stuff before the season eats away at all your cash and leaves you eating craft dinner or something from the ghetto gourmet series get out, eat, drink and be merry!

Celebrate gourmet food coupled with fine wine in one of the most beautiful places on Earth. Sit in on fascinating seminars with wineries, critics and wine professionals, or attend Winemaker Dinners where sumptuous multi-course meals are paired with a variety of wines. Swirl, sniff, & sip a selection of vintages at various tasting events, take a Chef’s Trip to the Farm, or make the scene at our renowned after-parties and brunches. Cornucopia brings Whistler to life with a feast of food and wine festivities to capture your every sense.


Elements Urban Tapas review

Previously Elements has been mentioned on the blog before, but the post was by my other half, I’d never even been to Elements before today.

It is most definitely worth a second mention as it now stands as my prefered breakfast spot in Whistler.   I had a hunger for french toast and Elements didnt disappoint.  In fact I kind of got greedy and got not just a side plate of fruit but the full fruit breakfast to go with the main, the waitress was slightly confused as to why 2 people were ordering 3 breakfasts but it a ll tasted great and I’m glad we did, even if I did look greedy. 

Even though I was stuffed when I saw the people at the table next to us about to tuck into a mean looking eggs benny I was ready to start eating breakfast all over again, in order that I could walk out, rather than be rolled out I opted to try it another time.

For more food opinions in Whistler check out here


Short film on the history of snowboarding in Whistler

I can take no credit for anything to do with this vid, but I thought it was pretty cool so it needs to be shared


Edit; its not embedding so you’ll have to click the old fashioned way !

Another Whistler picture

Yesterdays snow is melting away and warmer temps are predicted for the remainder of the week, the village will be bare again soon.  The mountainside should hopefully hold onto to what we have and start to build the base for an awesome season to come.

Spotted this pic on the Prior website and thought I should share;