You really don’t have to search too hard to find things to do here – activities are seeping out of every pore of this lively town. For adventure activities there’s a whole host on offer:- mountain biking, ziplining, white water rafting, tubing, paragliding, ATV and 4WD tours to name but a few. But there are also beguiling landscapes to be explored on foot, with many walking trails weaving through the surrounding mountains, and the Peak 2 Peak Gondola whisking you up to dizzy heights for spectacular views. There are also a couple of cultural attractions which are well worth a visit if you have time. The Squamish Lil’Wat Cultural Centre was the first ever centre dedicated to the history and culture of local indigenous peoples and it showcases two very different First Nations groups, one coastal and one inland, giving a fascinating insight in to their respective cultures. Conversely the Whistler Museum gives an overview of the modern-day development of this bustling resort and how it became such a hub for snowsports, including plenty of information on the 2010 Olympics and historical imagery of people enjoying the slopes here.