Ireland is a beautiful country known for its rolling green hills and historic castles. And while most visitors choose to travel to Ireland during the warm summer months, fall in Ireland is a true hidden gem. With pumpkin patches, oyster festivals, bird watching, and so much more, your autumn trip to Ireland will be packed with excitement! Here are 10 of the best things to do during the fall in Ireland.
With all the craziness going on this year, outdoor adventures and road trips are seriously the best way to get out of the house and safely explore. Whether you’re looking to daydream for the future, or plan a roadtrip for this summer when things are back to normal, Canada certainly has no shortage of places to add to your bucketlist! We have been lucky to live all across the country in the past 9 years, and have had the chance to explore coast to coast. Since there is so much to see, it’s unlikely you’ll be able to fit this all into one trip, but I’d suggest picking a few at a time and chipping away.
Whether just coming off the slopes or the trails, it’s not hard to work up a thirst after a great day in Whistler. While there is no shortage of good apres ski watering holes in both the Whistler and Creekside village, if it’s specifically great craft beer you seek out, you have to look a little harder. Thankfully, you’ve come to the right place. After years of exploring Whistler’s craft beer scene (you’re welcome), we’ve identified the best craft breweries and craft beer bars in Whistler. Behold!
Lazy Boy Bowl is a great low angle ski touring option in the Duffey Lake Road area north of Pemberton. It is located on the south side of the Cayoosh Mountain, which itself is a very popular day tour in the fluffy Duffey. Featuring endless options on north, south, and east-facing aspects, there’s almost always good snow to be found here. Plus, a variety of low angle lines make Lazy Boy Bowl a good choice for beginner backcountry skiers or when snowpack conditions aren’t optimal.
No matter the season, you’re bound to work up an appetite after a day exploring everything Whistler has to offer. Thankfully, Whistler features the breadth and depth of restaurant offerings that you’d expect from a world-class ski and mountain destination. Whether you’re looking for a quick refuel before heading back out into the mountains, or a relaxing dinner to wind down at the end of a big day, we’ve got you covered with the best places to eat in Whistler.