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Named for the furry marmots that populate the area and whistle like deflating balloons, this gabled alpine village and 2010 Olympics venue is one of the world’s most popular ski resorts.
Nestled in the formidable shadow of the Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains, the village has a frosted Christmas-card look in winter. But summer visitors now outnumber their ski-season equivalents, with many lured by the area’s scenic hiking, biking and thrill-popping outdoor adventures.
It’s surprisingly easy to get lost walking around the labyrinthine little village but you’re unlikely to find yourself too far from your destination once you turn around the next corner.