Whistler Village sees most visitors in the summer months when skiing season brings people from around the globe to experience the nearby hills and fairytale village at its base.
With its stunning architecture, shops, restaurants and proximity to the Mountain gondolas, the Village is a busy place throughout the year welcoming visitors from around the globe. The Village has won numerous awards for its design and layout which includes impressive wide pedestrian walkways, low level condos atop rustic storefronts in a variety of colours and the tree lined lanes blossoming with blooms in the warmer months.
Built on the region's old landfill in 1978, Whistler Village aimed to bring the resort to a new level adding a variety of services and stores in close proximity to the mountain. It has succeeded - sometimes too much as nature at times has been seen in the village such as wild black bears from the nearby valleys.
The Village is also the location for the many hotels in the region. Most visitors to Whistler will stay in the village which operates throughout the day from breakfasts and brunches along the cobbled pathways to the nightclubs which open until the early hours of the morning.
Whistler Village, serving sightseers to skiers and snowboarders is an ideal resort destination - one of the best in North America - and was centre stage for many Olympic and Paralympic events during the 2010 Games.
Use the interactive map below to locate and explore the areas around Whistler Village - Hotels, Restaurants, Shops, Ski & Snowboard rentalsLook for the sign along the Sea to Sky Highway in the town of Whistler
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