The village is one of the things that makes Whistler what it is. It’s not just the snow sports that consistently keep Whistler as the number one ranked resort in North America.
The cobblestone pedestrian-only village is known for internationally ranked cuisine, a famous apres and nightclub scene, high-end spas, and all the retail therapy an avid shopper could want. It was intended to be explored on foot and as such everything is within easy walking distance. There are stunning views no matter where you turn, and it was meticulously conceived to exist in harmony with its beautiful natural surroundings.
With Whistler Village and the Blackcomb Benchlands convenience is key. You are located in the heart of all the action. The properties within the Village and Benchlands area primarily cater to the short-term visitor, so most have restrictive covenants to ensure there are homes available for visitors to rent and enjoy. For example, of the 7,700 village area properties, only 42 are detached residences. But if you want to be at the heart of resort life in Whistler, the village is the ideal place for you. Park the car and go for a stroll, the walk is worth every step.
- The Whistler Mountain Bike Park
- The bases of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains
- The Blackcomb Base Adventure Zone
- The Core fitness and climbing centre
- The Whistler Skateboard Park
- The Maurice Young Millennuim Place, Whistler’s centre for arts and culture
- The Whistler Public Library and the Whistler Museum
- The Whistler Golf Course and The Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Course
- Access to Lost Lake and its surrounding trail system
- More than 90 restaurants and eateries
- Over 150 stores, shops and boutiques
- A new library and archives
- A post office
- A police station and fire hall
- A hospital and medical clinics
- The Whistler Conference Centre
- The Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre
- Municipal Hall
- Hardware Store
- Liquor stores
- Daycare Centre