You're never more than a few minutes away from the top of the mountains.
OVERVIEW AND HISTORY
The first resort in Whistler opened in 1914, but the area’s history extends far beyond that. From its origins as an isolated trading route to present-day Olympic glory, there’s plenty of history to discover in these mountains.
ZONING AND COVENANTS
Whistler’s various zoning and covenant by-laws, designed to accommodate the many annual visitors to this resort community, can make the Whistler real estate market seem complicated. I can help you make sense of it all.
Escape to nature in Whistler North. The communities of Alpine Meadows, Emerald Estates, Green Lake Estates, Rainbow / Baxter Creek, and Spruce Grove have plenty of green space, year-round outdoor recreation, and stunning mountain views.
The original site of the village, homes in Whistler South include a mix of rustic cabins and luxurious townhomes. Neighbourhoods in this area include Bayshores, Cheakamus Crossing, Function Junction, Kadenwood, Nordic Estates, Spring Creek, Pinecrest/Blacktusk, Westside, and Whistler Creek.
Whistler Centre links several popular communities via the Valley Trail. Alta Vista, Blueberry Hill, Brio, Nesters, Whistler Cay Estates, and Whistler Cay Heights offer beautiful views and easy access to the village.
Whistler Village is the heart of the action in the mountains. Blackcomb Benchlands, White Gold, and the Whistler Village are lively, pedestrian-friendly, and full of world-class shops and restaurants.