Whistler is Accessible

Whistler is Accessible

Whistler prides itself on being an international resort that is accessible to all people. As the proud Host Mountain Resort for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games Whistler recently improved accessibility througout the Village, parks and accommodation and hotels.

Accessible Whistler – Life Rolls On

Getting Around Whistler

Accessibility is built into Whistler Village with pedestrian-only streets, paved access to the Valley Trail and close proximity to transportation. The following links provide futher information on getting around the town:

Additional Accessibility Rescources

Accessible Activities

Whistler is an outdoor adventure playground for people of all abilities, offering many winter activities and summer activities. The following links provide some suggestions for accessible recreational activities and programs.

Outdoor Adventures

Recreational Programs

  • Whistler Adaptive - a not-for-profit society providing year round recreational programs for people with different abilities including skiing, yoga, hiking, biking and more.

Other Activities

There is plenty of other things to do in Whistler besides exploring the great outdoors - take a look at some of the cultural and indoor activities available:

Accessible Accommodation

Whistler has a wide range of places to stay in and around the Village. Please contact our local travel consultants directly at 1.800.WHISTLER so they can assist you to find accommodation that suits your needs.

Call 1.800.WHISTLER (944.7853) to speak with a local travel consultant