Travelling to Whistler, British Columbia
With British Columbia officially in Phase 3 of the province’s Restart Plan, Whistler is excited to welcome visitors back to our community. In our COVID-19 Information Guide, visitors will find everything they need to know to help them plan their getaway to Whistler, including the latest local, provincial and federal updates related to tourism and travel.
If you have any symptoms associated with COVID-19 or have been in contact with a known case, we ask that you please postpone your visit. We also ask visitors to continue following the recommendations of health authorities to keep themselves and others safe while in Whistler, including physical distancing and frequent hand washing.
We recommend that you do your research and plan ahead. The Whistler Insider blog is a great resource packed with useful know before you go content to help with trip planning. You can also consult Whistler's Doors Open Directory to see what businesses are open and how they have modified their operations in response to COVID-19.
So, how do I get to Whistler...
From Overseas / Cross-Country?
Fly into a major airport including Vancouver International (YVR), Seattle (SEA) or Bellingham (BLI) then transfer to Whistler.
Explore air and road options for getting to Whistler from downtown Vancouver and Vancouver International Airport:
In a Car?
Highway 99 is a scenic mountain highway. Prepare for the drive with directions, road conditions and seasonal safety tips: