Whistler Neighbourhoods

Whistler Neighbourhoods

WHISTLER SOUTH

Whistler Creekside was the site of Whistler’s first ski area when it opened to the public in 1966. A 4-person gondola to mid-mountain, a double chair lift, and T-bars were installed in the hopes of securing the 1968 Winter Olympic Games. Although the Olympic dream wasn’t realized until 42 years later, the historical significance of Creekside is not forgotten.

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WHISTLER CENTRE

One of the most sought-after ski resorts in the world today, Whistler was originally a very popular fishing destination. It was on the northeast corner of Alta Lake that Alex and Myrtle Phillip opened the Rainbow Lodge Fishing Resort in 1914. When the Pacific Great Eastern Railway extended its railway line into the area from Vancouver that same year, it wasn’t long before the Phillips found themselves with the most popular resort destination west of Banff in their backyard.

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THE VILLAGE & BENCHLANDS

The magical ambience of Whistler Village is an irresistible blend of its beautiful modern design and its dramatic mountain setting. Nestled in the bottom of the valley where the bases of Blackcomb and Whistler mountains converge, the Village is not only the main departure for gondola and lift access to 8100 acres of in-bound terrain, it is also a year-round venue for Whistler’s famous après scene, exciting street entertainment, and numerous festivals as well as a hub for world-class shopping and dining.

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WHISTLER NORTH

Whistler’s northern neighbourhoods offer such a diversity of history, character, and location that it is impossible to generalize about the types of homes to be had in this area of the Whistler Valley. Just a short walk to the Village is White Gold, one of the resort’s oldest communities. Situated on the edge of the Lost Lake Park trail network, it offers a diverse range of properties, from single-family detached houses to pensions, as well as bed and breakfasts.

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