Be sure to bring your camera – and your sense of adventure – to this five-course dinner set inside a truly captivating space.
Whistler is famous for its majestic mountain scenery, but have you ever wondered what lies beneath the blankets of snow that spread to the horizon? At Four Seasons Resort and Residences Whistler, take a journey into the depths of British Columbia’s southernmost ice field, where secret chambers in ancient, glassy ice caves filled with shimmering blue light set the scene for an unforgettable dinner.
Travel from the Resort by limousine to board a private helicopter. As you soar above the dramatic alpine terrain and between rocky volcanic peaks, your expert wilderness guides from Head-Line Mountain Holidays will point out wildlife habitats and towering old-growth forests. When you land, you’ll face the entrance to a cave made entirely of ice, its location known only to your guides and nature herself.
Step inside this 12,000-year-old labyrinth to see icicles that stretch from floor to ceiling, as well as undulating frozen channels overhead, slowly carved over millennia by glacial waters. Within these otherworldly walls sits a table set just for you. Sip Champagne as you feast on a five-course meal crafted by Executive Sous Chef David Baarschers of the Resort’s Sidecut Modern Steak + Bar. Pumpkin-and-truffle soup and grilled long-bone rib-eye will satisfy your taste buds, while the cathedral-like hall unlike any other on earth will delight your inner explorer.
Availability of this experience is dependent upon weather.