Picnic Perfect Spots
Nestle into the forest covered corner just outside Outlook and Point Cabin. The grassy area down the hill is perfectly shaded and equally beautiful as the late afternoon sun spills in through the trees.Walking Distance: 8 minutes
These lakeside mini decks are the perfect cove to tuck into for an afternoon picnic. Recline and dine in Adirondack chairs while overlooking the emerald waters of Lac Beauvert. A collection of sundecks are situated around the lake so you can take your pick of Whistlers, Signal or Pyramid Mountain as a scenic centerpiece.Walking Distance: 3 minutes
Almost as if it was made for the moment, there are no shortage of picnic tables down at Trefoil Lake. Featuring private views of Pyramid Mountain, this picturesque spot is by far the quietest on the list. Made for the biggest of groups or table for two, Trefoil Lake is the hidden gem on property accessible by trail on the far side of the grounds. This is where you’ll want to grab that quintessential checkered blanket shot!
*Tablecloths and table décor not provided.Walking Distance: 12 minutes
Just a short stroll away from the Main Lodge is Whistler’s Plateau. As the name suggests it provides sprawling views of Whistler’s Mountain and even a glimpse of the golf course’s 16th tee across the lake. The wide vista opens up leaving plenty of space to lay out your gram-ready picnic setup.Walking Distance: 4 minutes
Located in the center of the action, it’s the perfect spot to add some props to your pictures. Choose from an abundance of backdrops featuring the Main Lodge, The Boathouse, beautiful lake and mountain views or the surrounding suites.Walking Distance: 3 minutes
Old Fort Point is a prominent bedrock hill standing 130 m above the river. Rounded on its south side, cliffy on its north side, Old Fort Point is a classic roche moutonnée: a bedrock knob shaped by glaciers.