Happy New Years everyone! The snow has been falling non-stop here in Whistler. Ross and I have some recent photos of Whistler up on our flickr site: www.flickr.com/photos/ross2010.
FIRST MOVEMENT OF SYMPHONY EXPRESS LIFT TODAY AT WHISTLER BLACKCOMB
$9.2 million lift opens to a powder masterpiece in the Symphony Amphitheatre
WHISTLER, BC, December 16, 2006 – Whistler Blackcomb opened their new Symphony Express high speed detachable quad today for scores of eager skiers and riders. The new lift, accessing 1,000 acres of pristine alpine bowls and gladed sub-alpine ...
BLACK TUSK and PINECREST
Black Tusk and Pinecrest are located approximately 15 minutes south of Whistler. These two neighborhoods offer affordable living close to Whistler. If you think Squmish is too far away and the heart of Whistler is too expensive this is the perfect place for you! Black Tusk and Pinecrest have their own community hall as well as a lakeside park and beach
Spring Creek is one of Whistler's newest sub-divisions, located just past Function Junction when driving into Whistler. Spring Creek contains new single family houses and townhomes. There is an elementary school and daycare located in Spring Creek and well as many hiking trails.
BAYSHORES, MILLAR'S POND AND KADENWOOD
My personal favorite, mainly because Ross and I live here. This is a wonderful neighborhood with tennis courts, a park, trails and ski-in ski-out access. It is located just south of Creekside. Kadenwood is the newer development of the three. It was developed in 2002 and offers huge vacant lots and mansioin homes on the side of Whistler Mountain. This is ...
Whistler Creekside is the original main village in Whistler. Creekside is located at the bottom of the Dave Murray Downhill run. It is filled with hotels, shops, restaurants, single family homes, condos and townhouses. Houses is this sub-division are less expensive then homes in the new main village. There are two lakes: Nita and Alpha Lake, as well as parks, playgrounds a ...
NORDIC AND TALUSWOOD
Nordic and Taluswood are located on the side of Whistler Mountain just past Creekside. This sub-division is mainly filled with upscale homes that offer ski-in/ski-out. Homes in these sub-divisions will have a front row seat for the 2010 Olympics Games as they are situated right on the Dave Murray Downhill.
Alta Vista is located on Alta Lake. Most homes in this sub-division have views of Alta Lake and some even have direct access to the lake with backyard docks. This is an older neighborhood with many of Whistler's original A-frame homes. There is also a public beach and park located in Alta Vista.
Blueberry Hill is located just south of the main Village in Whistler and is full of high-end luxury homes. Most homes have views of the Whistler Golf Course and of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountain.
BRIO AND SUNRIDGE PLATEAU
Brio and Sunridge Plateau are both within walking distance to the main Village (approx a 5 min walk). Sunridge Plateau is the newer development of the two. Brio is generally a bit less expensive than homes in Sunridge Plateau. Sunridge Plateau offers ski-in/ski-out access to most of its homes.