Whistler Transport Guide

Whistler-Blackcomb resort occupies a sprawling area, however most of the main attractions and amenities are located around Whistler Village, Whistler Creekside and the Upper Village in the valley, making it easy to get around on foot or by public transport.

How to get around Whistler

If you drove to Whistler from Vancouver or Squamish there is plenty of parking available in the Day Lots in Whistler Village, however a hire car is not neccessary to journey around the resort town. You can also get to Whistler from Vancouver or Pemberton by bus, and once in town, there's an extensive transit system of buses. Routes connect Whistler Village to Creekside and the northern and southern suburbs in the area as well. In summer, there's also a free shuttle bus to Lost Lake and a free winter service to and from the Marketplace during November to April. The pedestrian-only Whistler Village is easy to traverse on foot or by bike, or there's 24-hour metered taxis available if you need to lug your sporting gear around. Make sure you have a ride on the Peak 2 Peak Gondola for great view of the Village, mountains and ski fields.