Whistler South is where you will find much of the resort’s original history.
This area is where you’ll find Whistler Creek, which was the first town site when Whistler opened in 1966. With restaurants, shops and a gondola, Creekside offers a bit of old and new, with original rustic cabins set next to modern townhomes and single-family dwellings. Whistler South is also where you will find Spring Creek, Bayshores, Nordic and Millar’s Pond subdivisions. The area is home to the Function Junction neighbourhood – the resort’s industrial centre. The Cheakamus Crossing development is an Olympic legacy, originally designed to house the visiting athletes for the 2012 Games. It is now a vibrant community of condos and townhomes for our residents.