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The Highpoint of Summer in BC

Explore Why Whistler is British Columbia’s Premiere Summer Destination Down Arrow

A sample of what awaits:





Where is Whistler?

It’s easier to get to than you think.

Where's Whistler?

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Whistler is located in Canada’s coastal mountains of British Columbia along the scenic Sea to Sky Highway. We’re just 2 hours north of the Vancouver International Airport (YVR) or a 4.5-hour drive from Seattle—all you need is a passport if coming from the US. 

Getting Here


The PEAK 2 PEAK 360 Experience – Whistler’s #1 Activity

360° Views and Even More Things To Do

Whistler’s pinnacle summer experience is more than just sightseeing on the Guinness World record-breaking PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola. It’s the entire 360° experience that comes with it: two side-by-side mountains, 50+ km of alpine hiking trails, mind-melting vistas, free and custom guided tours, viewpoints in every direction, and en ever changing timeline of seasonal highlights.

PEAK 2 PEAK 360 Experience


Discover It All
There is a lot more to do on the PEAK 2 PEAK 360 Experience than you think. Learn about all the activities and plan your day. Learn More
Buy Tickets & Passes
Buy your PEAK 2 PEAK 360 Experience tickets & passes online 2+ days in advance to save. Learn More


Whistler’s Vibrant Mountain Side Village

More Like The Main Attraction Than A Main Street

With an endless array of shops, cafes and bars, parks and outdoor artworks, restaurants and legendary apres nightlife, Whistler Village is a destination unto itself.

Whistler Village Summer at Dusk


One part quaint mountain village, one part international cultural mecca, Whistler’s energy and style is magnetic. Be drawn in by the revolving cast of free outdoor concerts and headline-making festivals that include Crankworx, Tough Mudder, IRONMAN, and Whistler Village Beer Festival. Ride the trendlines with name-brand shopping at stores like Patagonia, The North Face, Salomon and lululemon athletica. Soak up the non-stop good times at restaurants and bars like Merlin’s GLC, and Dusty’s. It’s a pedestrian-only wonderland that never fails to impress.

Ultimate Après and Nightlife
With slopeside apres spots at each mountain base and a nightlife scene that stays up late, Whistler is always up for a party. Learn More
World Class Dining
Whistler’s culinary scene has evolved into one that rivals cities ten times the size. With more than 200 establishments dishing up delight, Whistler’s range is as big as your appetite. Learn More
Shop Til You Drop
Stroll through the Village and it’s clear that this isn’t frontier-land. From high fashion to high performance gear, Whistler is chick-full of trend-makers, and the over 200 Village stores are stocked with a huge selection. Lean More
Discover All Activities
Find what best interests you to plan your summer trip to Whistler. Learn More
Discover All Events
Check out the amazing Events happening this summer in Whistler that you can plan your trip around. Learn More


Choosing Where To Stay

Whistler is split into a few distinct areas, each with its own advantages and personality. When staying overnight, find the area that suites your needs best.

Main Village
The heart of the resort, the pedestrian only Village is filled with restaurants, shops, and galleries. Best of all, you’ll be just steps from the gondolas and all the sightseeing and hiking available. More Info
Village North
This area is centred around a market plaza, yet is still an easy stroll to the Village. It’s also home to the new Whistler Olympic Plaza, an area that hosts concerts and events. More Info
Upper Village
Located at the base of Blackcomb, this area boasts a wonderful sense of alpine seclusion just steps from the main Village and Lost Lake. This area is also home to the weekly Farmers Market. More Info
This charming, laid back, family-friendly area is a convenient alternative to the main Village (just a 5-minute drive away). Creekside has its own shops and restaurants, too. More Info
Whistler Valley
These accommodations are just a short drive from the main Village and include areas like Nicklaus North, Blueberry Hill, and Alpine Meadows. They range from rustic cabins to brand new, ultra luxury chalets. More Info
Outside Whistler
Squamish and Pemberton are thriving towns just outside Whistler. Both offer a host of outdoor activities and oodles of small town charm. More Info
Village Map
See where each area is with this map of the Village. View Map
Explore All Lodging Options
Whistler offers hotel and lodging options for every budget and style. View Lodging
Summer Deals & Packages
See the latest deals & packages being offered to make you save on your visit to Whistler Learn More
Watch Summer Videos
Want to see summer at Whistler Blackcomb in action? Watch our collection of videos from the summer and see what it's all about. Watch Videos