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Whistler Village

Situated at the base of both the Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains, Whistler Village is very much the heart of things. Whistler has all the services of any major metropolitan urban centre. There are schools, community centres, cinemas, award-winning restaurants, markets, offices, police, a library, health centre, municipal hall, museum, theatre and public transit to serve the needs of a lively and growing population.


At the base of the Whistler and Blackcomb mountains are Whistler Village , Village North (also called Marketplace), and Upper Village -- a rapidly expanding, interconnected community of lodgings, restaurants , pubs, gift shops, and boutiques. Locals generally refer to the entire area as Whistler Village. Whistler Village is a pedestrian-only community. With dozens of hotels and condos within a five-minute walk of the mountains, the site is a hub of activity. Culinary options in the resort range from burgers to French food and from Japanese fare to deli cuisine. Anywhere you want to go within the resort is at most five minutes away, and parking lots are just outside the village. In fact, the bases of the Whistler and Blackcomb mountains are so close to the village edge that you can ski right into the lower level of the Chateau Whistler Hotel. In winter, the village buzzes with skiers and snowboarders from all over the world; in summer the pace is more relaxed, as the focus shifts to cycling, hiking, and boating around the Whistler Blackcomb Valley.

Whistler Parks and Garden's

Callaghan Lake Provincial Park

Callaghan Lake Provincial Park is a popular year-round recreation area, with an average snow pack of 275 centimetres during the winter months. The abundant snow allows for excellent cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and telemarking, often offering 150 days of skiing per year. Fishing, canoeing and hiking are popular during the warm summers.
Address: 20 km west of | Whistler, BC

Musical Bumps Trail

Musical Bumps Trail is one of many in the Whistler Blackcomb resort area that take visitors around the vistas and sights in the summer time. It travels from the top of the Peak chair east to Russet lake with several ups and downs and has a total elevation of 570 meters.
Address: Highway 99 | Whistler, BC

Lost Lake Park

Located on Lost Lake, this park is popular due to its mountain biking and cross-country skiing trail network. There are also washrooms, picnic tables, BBQs, and a summer concession stand available onsite. The park features a doggie beach located just off the main beach and fishing is possible in the well-stocked lake.
Address: 4700 Lost Lake Road | Whistler, BC

Blackcomb Glacier Provincial Park

Created in 1990 to protect the Blackcomb Glacier, this 250 ha (618 acre) park is located above Whistler Village. Visitors can hike here in the summer and ski and snowboard in the winter. Access in summertime is by a trail leading to the park while in the winter guests have to take a number of chairlifts.
Address: . | Whistler, BC

Garibaldi Provincial Park

Garibaldi Provincial Park is known for its natural beauty and hiking oppourtunities. It is the largest provincial park in the Whistler area, covering 194,650 hectares. Backcountry camping is permitted at various campsites throughout the park.
Address: Highway 99 | Whistler, BC

Lakeside Park

Visitors to Lakeside Park can enjoy a swim as well as some canoeing and kayaking (rentals are available on site). Amenities include picnic tables, a playground, BBQs and an outhouse.
Address: Accessible by Valley Trail | Whistler, BC

Nairn Falls Provincial Park

Located north of Whistler, this provincial park has several hiking trails, including one that leads to the 60 metre (196 feet) tall falls. The fast-flowing river waters in the park makes it important to stay back from the edge of river banks.
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Address: Off Highway 99 | Whistler (32 km North), BC

Alpha Lake

Located in Whistler Creekside, Alpha Lake features a beach where locals and visitors can spend some time in the sunshine. The lake can be used for fishing, canoeing and swimming, while BBQs, picnic tables, tennis and volleyball courts, a playground and washrooms are available on shore.
Address: Accessed by Lake Placid Road, west off Highway 99 | Whistler, BC

Shannon Falls BC 

Shannon Falls is composed of a series of cliffs, rising 335 meters above Highways 99, making it the third highest falls in the province, ranking behind 481 metre Della Falls in Strathcona Provincial Park on Vancouver Island and 396 metre Hunlen Falls in Tweedsmuir Provincial Park near Bella Coola.

The tumbling waters of Shannon Falls originate from Mount Habrich and Mount Sky Pilot.

This park is directly adjacent to Highway 99, making it a popular day-use park . This park provides picnicking, hiking and access to the trail in Stawamus Chief Provincial Park.

For your convenience, beginning in late June of 2005, this park has a concession and information centre located next to the flush toilet building on the trail to the waterfalls. The small centre is managed by the Park Facility Operator and offers food snacks, park and outdoor recreation information and souvenirs."
Park Size: 87 hectares

Brackendale Eagles 

Brackendale Eagles Provincial Park lies in the Squamish River watershed within the rugged terrain of the Coast mountains. As the Squamish River drains through the Pacific Ranges to the coast it has carved a deep low-level valley.

The Squamish River Valley has long been recognized as one of the most significant areas of wintering bald eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) in North America. In the 1994 bird count, Squamish had the world record count of 3,769 eagles. The river’s riparian area provides suitable habitat for roosting, perching and feeding. The prolific runs of chum salmon (Onc orhynchuus keta) in the Squamish, Cheakamus, and Mamquam rivers attract eagles from all over the Pacific Northwest from November to February each year.

Park Size: 755 hectares


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