Maps of Whistler

Need help finding your way around the trails or locating your accommodation? Choose a category below for maps of Whistler and surrounding areas.

Whistler Village and Neighbourhood Map

Interactive Whistler Map: Map of Whistler area to help you find restaurants, activities, shopping and more. Provides directions and hours of operation.

Whistler Village Map: (4 MB) Find accommodations, parking, gondolas, restaurants and shops in Whistler Village.

Accessibility Maps: Barrier-free routes around the Village for visitors of different abilities and parents with strollers.

Interactive Map of Whistler Blackcomb

Interactive Map: Map of Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort including both mountains. Locate chairlifts, restaurants and plan your next run.

PDF Trail Maps

Whistler Blackcomb Trail Map: (8 MB) A downloadable map of Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort. Find chairlifts, restaurants and plan your day.

Cross-Country Bike Trails

Whistler Valley Bike Trails: Singletrack trails in Whistler from Function Junction to Emerald.

Whistler Mountain Bike Park Downhill Trails

Bike Park Map: A downloadable map of all four riding zones and their corresponding trails in the Bike Park including Fitzsimmons Zone, Garbanzo Zone, Peak Zone and Creekside Zone.

Whistler Blackcomb Alpine Hiking Maps

Whistler Mountain Hiking Trails: A downloadable guide to alpine hiking trails on Whistler and Blakcomb Mountains, accessible via the PEAK 2 PEAK 360 Experience. Find gondolas, restaurants, and points of interest.

Valley Hiking Trails

Rainbow Madely Trail: Map of the Rainbow Madely trail and trailhead.

Hiking and Biking Map: Comprehensive map of Whistler showing the Valley Trail, lakes and beaches and singletrack trails.

Self Guided Tours in Whistler

Show your guests how to get more out of their Whistler vacation with Go Whistler Tours, brought to you by Tourism Whistler and the Resort Municipality of Whistler. Our curated tours guide you to unique experiences and locations throughout our resort, from art galleries to nature walks, and help you adventure more deeply in Whistler.

Free Go Whistler Tours include:

  • Legacies of the 2010 Olympic & Paralympic Winter Games – explore the legacies and discover how the Games were experienced in Whistler
  • Craft Beer – get your suds on with a tour de beer around Whistler
  • Sweet Treats – a tour of some of Whistler’s best places to pick up a treat. Happy sugar rush!
  • Whistler’s Cultural Connector – follow a pathway between six cultural institutions and uncover the stories that enrich Whistler’s culture
  • Fall Biking: Half Day Loop – take in the changing fall colours on this bike route using the Whistler Valley Trail
  • Weird and Wonderful Trees – a short, two-kilometre wander around Whistler Village to visit some of our oldest residents
  • Lost Lake Nature Walk – discover more about the species that call Whistler home and how all things in nature, including us, are interconnected
  • Fitzsimmons Creek Accessible Nature Trail – a short exploration of biodiversity on Whistler’s first accessible nature trail
  • Natural Wonders – explore the biodiversity and geology of Whistler on this 11-kilometre tour that is best enjoyed by bike or E-bike
  • Spring & Summer Biking: Half Day Loop – a 12K section of the Valley Trail from the Village to Creekside, around Alta Lake, then back to the Village
  • And many more!

New tours are added regularly, so download the app and check it often to discover more immersive experiences and off-the-beaten-path locations. Learn more here.