Planning a weekend getaway to Whistler any time soon? You should definitely know about Vallea Lumina. This stunning light walk has been delighting locals and travellers alike for a few years now, but we think it’s best seen during the colder months! Here’s the scoop.

Described as a ‘multimedia light walk in pursuit of hidden wonders’, Vallea Lumina combines projections, light displays and sounds in an immersive way. And, we have to admit that they’ve got a pretty fun story to tie it all together.

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Guests will follow ‘cryptic radio transmissions’ to discover the tale of two hikers from long ago. As you follow the 1km or so path, you’ll uncover the secrets of a hidden valley filled with wonder and enchantment. Yeah, spooky scary haunted forest, this most certainly is not.

Which makes it perfect for getting into the holiday spirit, or brightening your wintertime blues! For more information about Vallea Lumina in Whistler, just click the link below!

Vallea Lumina

When: Open throughout the winter
Where: Sixteen Mile Creek Forest Service Road, Whistler
Cost: $24.99+