The subdivisions in Whistler North are characterized by extensive green space and access to lakes, seemingly endless hiking and biking trails, a world-class golf course, cross-country ski trails and some of the most magnificent mountain views. Many long time locals call Whistler North home.
Just north of the village, White Gold is one of Whistler’s oldest neighbourhoods. Homes here are a mix of single-family detached houses along with some larger townhouses. This area provides great access to both the village and nearby Lost Lake, which is home to biking, hiking and cross-country ski trails.
A short distance north of White Gold is Spruce Grove, a family-oriented subdivision featuring baseball fields and the community greenhouse project.
This neighbourhood is one of the most popular areas in Whistler North, offering a harmonious blend of Whistler’s past, present and future with a combination of townhomes, traditional ski cabins and modern mountain chalets.
Just a short drive past Alpine you will find one of Whistler’s newest subdivisions. Originally the site of Ski Rainbow – Whistler’s other ski hill, a bunny hill and ski jump which operated from 1968 until 1981. Homeowners here enjoy breath-taking views across Green Lake to Whistler, Blackcomb and Wedge Mountains. Rainbow residents can select from a combination of single-family homes and duplexes.
Named after the jewelled colour of Green Lake, Emerald Estates is known for its stunning views of Wedge and Armchair mountains. While some properties have waterfront access, all residents can enjoy the children’s playground, public tennis courts and hiking, biking and snowshoe trails.
− Green Lake: canoeing, kayaking, paddleboarding, wakeboarding and more
− Spruce Grove baseball diamonds
− Meadow Park Sports Centre: skating rink, pool, gym and squash courts.
− Meadow Park: baseball diamonds, outdoor gym, water park and playground, tennis courts, and basketball court
− Nicklaus North Golf Course, one of only 150 courses designed by Jack Nicklaus himself
− Trails to Lost Lake, a gorgeous area with several beaches, docks, picnic tables and hiking, biking and cross-country ski trails
− Whistler Disc Golf Course consisting of 27 holes on the backside of Lost Lake
− Abundant hiking, biking, walking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails
− Alpine Cafe: Small grocery store with café
− Riverside RV Resort and Campground
− Whistler Secondary School (Whistler’s only high school)
− Recycling Depot
− Rainbow Plaza – Independent Grocer, Chevron Gas Station, Liquor Store, Yoga studio and Pikolo Espresso Bar