Homes in Whistler, British Columbia
As 2010 Winter Olympics' centre for major events, Whistler is a world-class skiing resort raised to an international city of imperative status. Whistler is connected to Vancouver by the Sea-to-Sky highway, a scenic two hours' drive greatly improved by a recent governmental project. Whistler can also be reached by scheduled buses or chartered helicopters.
Attracting visitors and migrants from all over the world, Whistler is one of the fastest growing cosmopolitan cities in British Columbia. However, today, Whistler is also one of the most expensive places to live in. Luxurious apartments, fancy hotels, elegant restaurants, lavish houses seem to be the order here. Many employees have to forfeit Whistler and settle for a place in Squamish, a little south of Whistler.
Whistler is charismatic all four seasons. In the summer, there are endless outdoor activities. Mountain-biking, trail trekking, ATV touring, horse-back riding, golfing, and many festivals with themes of food and wine, art, music. With clusters of lakes surrounded by lush green forests and terrains of variable altitudes, Whistlers does offer one of the best natural set up for year-round recreation.
And in winter, Whistler is the most enchanted snow-capped city in North America. Taking central place is the Whistler Village, right underneath the Whistler and Blackcomb mountains of more than 200 runs, with clean and well combed streets lined with eateries and shops. Whistler offers the largest ski-in ski-out accommodation capacity of any skiing resort in North America, and it is one of the intrinsic reasons why Whistler is so successful.
Albeit it's high standard of living, Whistler is still a popular place for living and working. In particular, those who enjoy outdoor activities not only live the lifestyle they want, but they also get to meet people from all over the world, in all walks of life.
Breakdown by postal code areas in Whistler:
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Other cities in the area: Mount Currie, Port Mellon, Pemberton, Halfmoon Bay, Egmont, Shalalth, Sechelt, Garibaldi Highlands
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