Explore Why Whistler is British Columbia’s Premiere Summer Destination

THE HIGHPOINT OF SUMMER IN BC

A SAMPLE OF WHAT AWAITS

360° VIEWS OF BC’S ROOFTOP

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BEAUTIFUL LAKES & BEACHES

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40KM OF PAVED VALLEY TRAILS

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DOWNHILL MOUNTAIN BIKING

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WILD BLACK BEAR TOURS

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ZIPLINING THROUGH COASTAL RAINFORESTS

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SHOPPING IN THE VILLAGE

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DINING ON SUNNY PATIOS

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FUN FESTIVALS & EVENTS

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Glacier Skiing & Riding

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THE PEAK 2 PEAK 360 EXPERIENCE

WHISTLER’S #1 ACTIVITY - 360° VIEWS AND EVEN MORE THINGS TO DO


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WHISTLER’S VIBRANT MOUNTAIN SIDE VILLAGE

MORE LIKE THE MAIN ATTRACTION THAN A MAIN STREET


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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.
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 chairlifts giving you the easiest access to the slopes.
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.
Located at the base of Blackcomb, this area boasts a wonderful sense of alpine seclusion just steps from the main Village with true ski-in-ski-out accommodations available.
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 gondola giving direct access up Whistler Mountain along with its own shops and restaurants, too.
Squamish and Pemberton are thriving towns just outside Whistler. Both offer a host of outdoor activities and oodles of small town charm.
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.