First Nations, pioneers, adventurers, visionaries, free spirits, makers and creators. Behind Whistler’s majestic mountain backdrop are the cultural stories of people who settled here and shaped the resort into what it is today.
The Cultural Connector is a scenic pathway and bikeway that links six significant cultural institutions in Whistler and identifies noteworthy points and anecdotes. It is a chance to learn about the community’s cultural evolution over time.
A printed brochure and map that outlines the Cultural Connector route is now available. Pick up a copy at any of the Village Host booths, the Visitor's Centre, or any of the six facilities along the route.
The physical aspects of the Cultural Connector will be completed in a phased approach in 2016 and 2017.
The Florence Petersen Park updates and the new Susan Point Timeless Circle sculpture can be found along the route.