Rainbow Park closes for construction June 5, 2023.
Getting around Whistler: Park and play Summer and Winter
Move beyond the car. For the full Whistler experience, ride your bike, transit, the Lost Lake and Rainbow Park Shuttles in the summer (through Labour Day), or walk to conveniently get to your destination, all while reducing your carbon footprint.
When you get to Whistler, park in the Day Lots 1 to 5, located off Blackcomb Way, then move to any of the convenient sustainable transportation options below.
Take Public Transit
- The Whistler Transit System will get you to most of our parks and open spaces every day in every season. Click here to access the current Rider’s Guide.
- View the Whistler transit schedule and routes, and see where your bus is in real time using NextRide.
- The free shuttle to Rainbow Park and Lost Lake Park is part of Whistler Park Shuttles operating from Post 4 at Gondola Transit Exchange.
Hop on the free Whistler Park Shuttles
Choose human-powered transportation
- Whistler’s Valley Trail connects Whistler by foot, by bike or cross-country ski.
- Summer Valley Trail map
- Winter Valley Trail map and snow clearing information.
- Looking for a place to park your bike? Visit whistler.ca/BikeParking
- Don’t have a bike? No worries! Visit whistler.com to rent a bike.
Parking in Whistler
The Day Lots are centrally located off Blackcomb Way, allowing for quick access to Whistler’s Valley Stroll and shops, the Valley Trail and shuttle and transit stops. View Day Lot parking rates.
From May 15 – Sep 15, User pay parking is in effect for Lakeside, Alpha, Wayside and Rainbow Parks and on Alta Lake Road (adjacent to the Rainbow Park entrance).
Getting to Whistler
Buses and public transit
Taxis, Ride-Hailing, Transportation Network Service