There are many things to do in the village and the heart of Whistler. Stay in a centrally located hotel, stroll along the stone walkways, indulge yourself at one of many places to eat and browse the unique shops. The village is located at the base of the lifts, making access to Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains convenient for skiing, snowboarding and sightseeing. Whistler village is big enough to have all the amenities expected of a world-class resort, yet small enough for you to feel its unique mountain culture and distinctive hospitality.
The Village offers all the amenities of most large cities, such as fire and police stations, medical clinics, grocery stores, specialty shops and more. It is linked by the Village Stroll, a stone, pedestrian-only causeway that flows from Lorimer Road in the north to Skiers Plaza at the base of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains.
Things to do in the Village
- Dining – Satisfy your appetite from ice-cream to fine dining and everything in between.
- Shopping – Take time to explore the boutique stores along the Stroll.
- Nightlife & Après – Spend a night out on the town or an afternoon on a sunny patio.
- Arts & Culture – Immerse yourself in mountain culture at museums and galleries.
- Events & Festivals – The Village comes alive with outdoor concerts, festivals and sporting events.
- Hotels & Accommodation – Stay in the Village, just steps away from everything you need.
- Summer & Winter – Explore the mountains with adventures for all ages.
- Daily Entertainment – Featuring live music and entertainment information.
- Skiing & Snowboarding – Experience over 8,100 acres of snow-covered slopes, 16 alpine bowls, 3 glaciers, world-class terrain parks and half pipes and 200+ marked trails for all ability levels and newly updated lifts.
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Whistler is a shopper’s paradise. Spend days browsing the neighborhoods for fine artwork and fashion, jewelry, the latest outdoor sports wear and equipment and luxury items – or simply drop in for essential groceries and gifts.
For more information & List of Stores, visit WWW.WHISTLER.COM/SHOPPING
Satisfy your cravings with a multitude of places to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner with price ranges to suit every budget. From casual après-ski snacks to fine dining, Whistler’s award-winning restaurants offer diverse dining options with many featuring organic, locally sourced ingredients.
For more information, visit WWW.WHISTLER.COM/DINING
Whistler’s pedestrian-only Village is a magical place to explore in every season with a lively atmosphere and plenty to see and do – keep your eyes open for buskers, markets, performances and artist demonstrations!
For more information, visit WWW.WHISTLER.COM/VILLAGE-ENTERTAINMENT
Golfing in Whistler
Whistler is a golfing mecca with four professionally designed championship courses. Play at the base of the majestic Mount Currie on Robert Cupp’s Big Sky Golf and Country Club, experience Jack Nicklaus’ signature design at Nicklaus North Golf Course, Arnold Palmer’s first ever Canadian design at the Whistler Golf Club or Robert Trent Jones Jr.’s pre-eminent mountain design at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Club.
For more information, visit WWW.WHISTLER.COM/ACTIVITIES/GOLF
Biking in Whistler
One journey through Whistler’s endless coastal mountain single-track, a little air time in the world class bike park and a taste of the pristine new Top of the World Trail at the summit of Whistler Mountain will keep avid mountain bikers here longer than expected. Beautiful, bike-friendly Whistler provides ample opportunities for everyone, including recreational cyclists and road cycling enthusiasts. Bring your own bike and stay in bike friendly hotels or take advantage of bike rentals in Whistler.
For more information, visit WWW.WHISTLER.COM/ACTIVITIES/BIKING