Pack for 10 Days in Whistler, British Colombia, Canada

1. Warm Cap / 2. Patterned Scarf (similar) / 3. Nice Gloves / 4. Neutral Lipstick / 5. Stylish Shades / 6. Convertible Backpack / 7. White Tee / 8. Jersey Tee / 9. Nice Blouse / 10. Big Turtleneck / 11. Down Vest / 12. Dressy Shirt / 13. Light Sweater / 14. Black Denim / 15. Dark Denim / 16. Black Leggings / 17. Long Sweater Dress / 18. Printed Flats / 19. Waterproof Boots / 20. Versatile Coat

We’ve been to British Colombia, but only during warm weather months. I’ve always dreamed about going to Whistler during the colder season to snowboard and enjoy it as a the Winter wonderland. I think this packing list would work well for any stylish trip to the snow you might be planning. Aspen, Veil, Whistler? Go for it, and pack this! My favorite items on this list are the black turtleneck and the pair of waterproof boots. The boots still look like leather but are 100% waterproof and lined with warm faux fur. And I think it goes without saying that you should wear the coat every time you step outside.

Day 1 Arrive
Day 2 Get gear squared away

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Day 3 Fancy Brunch
Day 4 Snow Play

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Day 5 Dinner after the Slopes
Day 6 Lodge Life

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Day 7 Shopping
Day 8 Lounging

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Day 9 Snow Spa Day
Day 10 Depart

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Pack for 10 Days in Whistler, British Colombia, Canada

Have you been to Whistler? Anywhere else full of snow? What would you pack for a 10 days in a winter wonderland?

17 thoughts on “Pack for 10 Days in Whistler, British Colombia, Canada

    1. There is a list of items below the image, if you click on the link next to #17 it will take you to the website to order it. Also if you are on a computer you can just click on the dress. 🙂

  1. I absolutely love this series! I’m heading to Ireland this spring (for St. Patrick’s Day!) & I’d love to see what you’d put together for that. I am a chronic overpacker but I’m determined to get it into a carry-on for this trip. Any help would be MUCH appreciated!!

  2. I love your list and would wear most of it myself (apart from the dress, but that is an age thing). I live in Toronto, Canada and the only thing I would say is that I never wear short-sleeves in the winter. It’s just too cold for that even indoors. I always have on a layering cami/tank, a long-sleeve t-shirt or button-down shirt , and a sweater or vest on top. I can’t just get by with one layer as I don’t find it is warm enough. There are some who are warm blooded who do only wear one long-sleeve layer, but mostly everyone wears at least two layers.

  3. Hello Jessica,
    I happened to find your blog through pinterest when I was looking for some advice on packing for NYC trip. I’m a Polish woman, going to the USA for the first time with my American boyfriend, and I had virtually no idea what to pack! (he’s not of much help, all he needs are sweats, jeans and a pair of sneakers 🙂 I find your posts extremely helpful! What’s more, your ideas match perfectly my minimalist attitude towards clothing 🙂
    Having discovered your blog, I am just mesmerised by your amazing photos! I can’t tell you how much pleasure it gives me to browse through your older posts and immerse myself in your enchanting world of photograpy. And as a mother of two beautiful girls I admire the way you picture your sons. Your works show so much love for life! 🙂
    Thank you very very much!

  4. I love this list! However, this year the winter has been sad and depressing – hardly ANY snow! Let’s hope next year we get a ton so you can visit 🙂

  5. I’ve been to Whistler and I would add a bathing suit to your list. There are many beautiful spas there, La Scandanave is the best – so you will need a bathing suit for those pools and hot tubs!

  6. I bought the convertible backpack and it is amazing!!! I have used it on two trips so far and as a purse during the day for work! A must have!!

  7. I love your list! Everything in this list would totally work well with each other! I mean mixing and matching them like what you did, and I love that boots! and yes, that vest too! and those are very cute flats! 🙂

  8. What size carry-on suitcase do you use for international travel? I have heard there are some variations in the sizes allowed. 55 cm is slightly smaller than 22″. Have you had any issue with the 22″ size on international flights, or is safest do go with 21″?

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