During the labour day long weekend we got a chance to stay at Whistler for a night. We were looking for highly rated restaurants to try but most of them were fully booked. We ended up stumbling across Wildflower @fairmontwhistlr and let us tell you we were pleasantly surprised. The food was absolutely amazing and well presented. The service was by far one of the best we’ve gotten.
We ordered the beef tartare, the wild bc ling cod, and the 10oz striploin. We could tell that the chefs here cared about quality and customer satisfaction. To end the dinner off we had a strawberry shortcake, which was pleasantly surprising as it was very well balanced with the sweetness and strawberries.
Snow getting lower in Whistler!!! If you want those snowy forests all year round check my website (link in bio). ❄️❄️❄️
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Joffre Lake is a place that is very public and tracked out, but still beautiful to someone experiencing it for the first time. To see the oranges and yellows layered with the glacier blues between the water and peaks themselves is something you would see in a “Autumn colours calendar”.
The birds (“Whiskey Jack” or “Canada Jay”) would fly right up to you and land on your outstretched hand which was something I’ve never experienced before. And I definitely recommend to anyone not afraid of these government drones.
I can’t wait to explore the countless hikes around this area. Especially the hidden gems that are minimally marked but greatly sought after.