The Resort Municipality of Whistler is currently studying a potential new well supply source located along the Valley Trail (between Rainbow Park and Lorimer Road). Read more.
Getting around Whistler is simple – a popular multi-use trail runs through its neighbourhoods at a very manageable grade. Whistler Village is pedestrian only but cyclists are welcome just about everywhere else. Alternatively, residents and visitors can get around by taking the bus or driving.
The pedestrian Village and the Valley Trail set the tone for non-vehicle travel. Whistler has the highest per capital use of public transit in the country, and a fleet of hydrogen-fueled buses that contribute to the overall sustainability of the resort.
Whistler also offers accessible routes and easy access, making it an accessible and inclusive resort community for all residents and visitors. See Whistler’s Accessibility Map.
Take time to explore your options for walking, cycling, ride-sharing, parking, and taking transit to get to Whistler and around Whistler.
Sit back and enjoy the ride! Getting to Whistler couldn’t be easier.
- Book your flights to Vancouver and transportation to Whistler via luxury motorcoach, limo, plane, or car rental.
- Find maps, directions, and road reports to help you get to Whistler worry-free.
Taxi, Limo, Busses
Once you arrive in Whistler, taxi, limo, and public transit services make it a breeze to get around.
Whistler by Rail
Take the train and discover the dramatic beauty of the mountains and ocean from a unique perspective. The Amtrak Cascades train provides service from Seattle or Oregon to Vancouver, with the final leg to Whistler completed by bus. Amtrak Cascades trains feature a special technology that uses gravity to tilt through curves, ensuring the smoothest ride possible. They are built for speed and comfort, travelling at top speed of 79 mph (127 km/hour).
During the summer months, the Rocky Mountaineer Sea to Sky Climb train offers scenic service between Vancouver and Whistler. During your three and a half hour train trip you’ll travel through the scenic Howe Sound, the Cheakamus Canyon and past the snow-capped peaks of the Tantalus Mountains.
- Find Whistler by Rail information at www.whistler.com/train.