|ABOUT WHISTLER WINTER|
Located in the spectacular Coast Mountains of British Columbia just two hours north of Vancouver, Whistler is Canada’s favourite year-round destination.
There's two majestic mountains with a vibrant base Village, epic skiing and snowboarding, four championship golf courses, unbeatable shopping, restaurants and bars, accommodation to suit every budget, hiking trails, spas and arguably the best mountain bike park in the world.
11.74 m / 1, 174 cm / 462 in / 38.5 ft per year on summit (10 year average)
3,307 hectares / 8,171 acres
|Whistler Village Elevation||675 m / 2,214 ft|
|Highest Lift Accessed Elevation||2,284 m / 7,494 ft|
|Number of Lifts||37|
|Mountain Restaurants||17 with a total of 6540 seats|
Source: Tourism Whistler
Whistler a ski resort town, is located 2 hours north of Vancouver in the Coastal Mountains of British Columba, Canada.
It's a scenic drive from Vancouver to Whistler along the scenic Sea to Sky Highway, one of the most beautiful stretches of road in the region.
Vancouver International Airport (YVR) is served by a broad array of commercial air carriers with flight arriving daily from international and North American cities.
Extraordinary Whistler will organise transfers from Vancouver Airport and if you wish a stop overs in Vancouver. We use Whistler Connections as our choice of tranfer provider who are a local Whistler company that knows the roads and condtions better than any other company in the area.
See the map at the bottom of this page for geographical reference.
Activities in Whistler, BC, Canada
The Whistler Village makes Whistler special. Its like no other village in North America or the world.
Think of Whistler Village as your home away from home, with added mountains. A stroll along the stone walkways will reveal all the creature comforts you need (plus a few luxuries you really want). And when it's time to escape, the great outdoors is just steps away.
Where is the Village?
The Village is the central neighborhood of the town of Whistler, located at the base of both Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. It is divided into several areas - the Village, Village North and Upper Village. All the areas are connected by the paved, pedestrian-only Village Stroll.
Whistler Village is where locals and visitors mingle throughout the year, coming and going from outdoor adventures. There are people shopping and renting skis and bikes, kids exploring the playgrounds and plenty of people-watching opportunities from sunny patios and restaurants. Depending on the season, you can catch events like free open air concerts, street entertainment and markets.
What's so special about the Village? There's always something to see and do and the sights and sounds change with the seasons making every visit new and exciting. But most of all there's a special energy that only people in a beautiful place having a wonderful time can create, and you can feel it every time you walk the Stroll. The smiles say it all.