Hiking on top of Whistler Mountain

(Blake Jorgenson photo)



Blackcomb and Whistler mountains form part of the heavily forested slopes of the Coast Mountain Range.

Whistler Village is located at the base of these two world-famous mountains, within a valley that stretches about 8km/5mi from south to north.

A series of glacial-fed and freshwater lakes, streams and rivers wind through Whistler. In the spring and summer, the area teems with flora and fauna found along well-marked trails, in public parks and in the rugged backcountry.

Whistler is a thriving town of about 10,000 permanent residents. During peak visitor months, Whistler's population can swell to over 40,000.