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A Culinary Adventure in the Mountains at Whistler’s Cornucopia

Whistler kicks off the November shoulder season with Cornucopia presented by BlueShore Financial, a grand celebration of food & drink.
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Cornucopia hosts a private luncheon event.

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With the start of ski season just around the corner, Whistler is gearing up for another busy winter, but you don’t have to wait for the slopes to be covered in snow for the fun to begin. Fall is one of the best times of year to make the four-hour trek north through British Columbia, and Whistler is making that trip even more enticing with its annual Cornucopia presented by BlueShore Financial (November 9-19), an 11-day autumnal festival of food and drink.

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Dinner at Araxi as part of Cornucopia || Image credit: Tourism Whistler / Mike Crane

Dinner at the Bearfoot Bistro as part of Cornucopia || Image credit: Tourism Whistler / Mike Crane

Celebrating its 21st year, the mountain festival showcases the best food and libations from B.C. and beyond, with highlights such as winery dinners, grand tastings, drink seminars and culinary workshops. From amateur foodies to culinary aficionados, Cornucopia has something for everyone with events like the Crush Grand Tasting, the flagship event; Cellar Door, an intimate tasting featuring high-end wines; House Party: Best of BC, celebrating local food and drink alongside live music; and the hugely popular Cornucopia Night Market, with international street cuisine plus smart pairings in a playful night market setting. Find more information on each event, including how to purchase tickets here.

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Cellar Door a wine and food tasting event at Cornucopia || Image credit: Tourism Whistler / Mike Crane

The Culinary Stage Series, presented by Sub Zero and Wolf, takes you into the kitchen to learn tips and tricks from head chefs of top restaurants in Whistler and around B.C. The line-up of respected industry professionals, judges and presenters headlining each event, seminar and tasting provides guests the best opportunity to gather as much information and insight as possible. Think of the entire 11-days as a culinary adventure in the mountains.

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The CRUSH Grand Tasting Event during Cornucopia 2016 || Image credit: Tourism Whistler / Mike Crane

Held on the cusp of ski season, Cornucopia offers great deals on accommodations for an unforgettable stay. Take advantage of lodging deals and extend your stay with CRUSH Grand Tasting tickets plus accommodation packages from only $75 USD per person per night.

Visit whistler.com/cornucopia for details.

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