Whistler South is home to the first village site and marks the gateway to Canada’s only Resort Municipality. Whistler Creek is the hub of this area, with the Creekside Gondola, restaurants, shops and gas station. Here you will find a unique mix of original rustic cabins set right next to luxurious and modern townhomes, condos, employee housing, timeshares and single-family dwellings.
Whistler Creek also features three exclusive locales. Kadenwood is Canada’s first and only resort neighbourhood with its own dedicated gondola service, while Bear Creek has incomparable access to Whistler Mountain as well as simply stunning views from across the valley. The Nita Lake Lodge, also located in Whistler Creek, is Whistler’s first and only five-star waterfront hotel.
In the southern most point of Whistler is Function Junction and Cheakamus Crossing. Function Junction is the industrial park and business hub of Whistler. Here you will find an eclectic mix of local businesses including an organic grocery store, hardware stores, paint and home furnishing stores, art gallery, garden centre, craft breweries, Bounce Trampoline Centre, funky cafes and much more.
Cheakamus Crossing is one of Whistler’s most dynamic neighbourhoods located at the south end of the community. Originally built as Whistler Athletes’ Village to house 3000 athletes, officials and technical personnel during the 2010 Winter Games, Whistler’s Olympic legacy neighbourhood is now home to more than 800 residents, a Hostel and the Whistler Athletes’ Centre.
Just north of Function Junction, you will find Spring Creek, a newer subdivision that includes a mix of townhomes, employee housing and single-family residences. This is also the location of Spring Creek Elementary School, making it a popular neighbourhood for growing families.
Millar’s Pond and Bayshores are also family-friendly neighbourhoods that are located just a short distance to Creekside Village. These subdivisions feature townhomes, duplexes and single-family homes that are far from the hustle and bustle of the Village, yet conveniently close to Creekside’s shops, restaurants and gondola.
The original base of Whistler Mountain and site of the first gondola, the ‘Creek’ is a laid-back, family kind of place situated just 7 kilometres south of Whistler Village. Easily accessible by car or the paved Valley Trail with everything from ski and bike park access to bars, accommodation and lakes, Creekside is a favourite local destination year-round.
The northernmost neighbourhood in Whistler South is Nordic. It features the luxurious community of Taluswood as well as exquisitely designed townhomes, duplexes and single-family residences constructed on the south side of Whistler Mountain and overlooking the Valley.
− Creekside Gondola – Providing access to skiing, boarding, biking, hiking and sightseeing on Whistler Mountain
− Alpha Lake Park featuring a playground, tennis courts, picnic tables and barbecues
− Nita Lake, a quiet and serene area featuring the exquisite Nita Lake Lodge
− Bungee Jumping, located just south of Function Junction
− Whistler Olympic Park, with access to cross-country skiing, tobogganing, sightseeing and fat tire bike rentals
− Gas station
− Liquor store, bank and Starbucks
− Grocery stores
− Train station
− Spring Creek Community School
− Whistler’s industrial park/neighbourhood, Function Junction
− A wide range of dining options including Dusty’s Bar & BBQ, the historic Southside Diner, renowned Red Door Bistro, The Venue and
exquisite Rimrock Café