About Susan S
Lives in Vancouver, Canada
Since Mar. 2014
Susan was born and raised in Vancouver, Canada and has also lived in Victoria, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Austria. She has a background in international business and fascinated by new cultures and languages.
Mountains, Ski & Snowboard Areas, Cross-country Ski Areas, Nature & Wildlife Areas
Other Outdoor Activities, Tramways
Other Outdoor Activities
Zipline & Aerial Adventure Parks
Bodies of Water
If you're looking to relax and unwind, look no further than the Scandinave Spa. This 20,000 square foot outdoor spa is the perfect spot to unwind with your partner after a long day of skiing, snowboarding, or hiking. This spa is known for its unique outdoor hot and cold pools and scenic mountain views.
For those who love to play outside, Whistler's skiing and snowboarding scene is meant for you. This is a great date idea for couples who love snow sports. If you're new to skiing and snowboarding, try taking a lesson together, or go for the snowshoeing option. There are also plenty of hiking trails for you and your loved one to explore during the summer.
Cozy up with your loved one by taking a ride on the Peak 2 Peak gondola. Covering 4.4 kilometers, this is a romantic way to explore BC's beautiful outdoors, and perfect for those who like light walking and are not looking for a strenuous outdoor activity. Book at least 3 hours here if you plan to explore each stop.
For those who are looking for fun and excitement, be sure to check out Whistler's Tube Park. Sliding down the tubes here guarantee you and your loved one endless laughter! This is a great alternative for those looking to do a winter activity together outside skiing and snowboarding; and if you are traveling with children, you can bring them along, too!
Known for Canada's longest ziplines, this is the perfect outdoor activity for those who love thrill and adventure. You will be mesmerized by the views as you zip through Whistler's spectacular wilderness and forests. Book at least 3 hours here to get the full experience.
Enjoy a picnic along Lost Lake on a summer afternoon. This is a great idea for travelers on a budget or those looking to relax by the water. The trails at the lake are perfect for beginners or couples who want a casual stroll arm in arm.
Nothing is more romantic than bringing your date to see beautiful waterfalls! Located 20 minutes south of Whistler, just off the Sea-to-Sky Highway, this is a great place for a short break or picnic with your loved one.