Plan Your Trip

How to Get Around Whistler

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Whistler is easy to navigate, both with a vehicle and without. The core village is pedestrian-friendly, and the surrounding neighbourhoods can be reached via highway 99 and the extensive Valley Trail system for easy biking and walking. Public transit is available at low cost (at times even free) to get around town.

From the Whistler Athletes' Centre, located in the neighbourhood of Cheakamus Crossing, it takes only 10-15 minutes to get to the heart of Whistler by car and around 25 minutes using public transit.

Getting around Whistler

Tips for getting around town without a car

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Public Transit

During the day, Whistler Transit's buses pick up every 15-20 minutes from our front door. The stop right outside our property is called "Cheakamus Crossing at Bayly Park." Ask our team for a schedule or visit and go to Route #10, #20 or #20X bus in the Whistler region.

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Whistler has over 40 km of paved Valley Trail to get you anywhere in Whistler using your bike or your feet. You can find a map and essential user information here.

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Whistler Resort Cabs

Whistler Taxi

Whistle! Rideshare and Taxi

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Transportation from Vancouver

There are multiple bus services connecting Vancouver/Vancouver Airport and Whistler daily. 

See Schedule