Best of Whistler 2013 

The resort's most popular businesses, people and places

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We at Pique love tabulating our annual "Best Of" survey. Of course, we all have favourite places, people and things so it is always fun to read what others think.

Pique couldn't produce the survey without the hundreds and hundreds of voters who take the time to fill out our online questionnaire, and we thank-you.

You voters deserve a "Best Of" award as well.

This year we changed some categories and added some new ones as well. Whistler is always changing and our hope is that the survey – which offers bragging rights to the winners — keeps up with the times.

We also send a high-five to the businesses not listed in the next few pages. Every one of you deserves an award, for only by everyone working together can the resort remain a success.

So get your drink of choice, put your feet up and enjoy the 2013 edition of the Best of Whistler compiled by Pique staff just for you.

Click a link below to get started or or go to our Best of Whistler feature section

— by Alison Taylor, John French, Cathryn Atkinson, Eric MacKenzie and Brandon Barrett. Online compilation by Kate Whitley and Heidi Rode.

— Photos, unless otherwise credited, by coastphoto.com.

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