Travel Vancouver to Whistler
Travel from Vancouver to Whistler is half the fun …
The trip from Vancouver by car, bus, train, or boat/bus/train combination, samples some of British Columbia’s most breathtaking coastal and mountain scenery. Along the way, you can stop at the spectacular Shannon Falls near Squamish, the BC Museum of Mining in Britannia Beach, or the bald eagle nesting grounds in Brackendale.
A great was to get to Whistler and get the most out your journey is to take a sightseeing tour from Vancouver to Whistler. You can reserve your Vancouver to Whistler Sightseeing Bus Tour Now to ensure your seats. Seats are limited and can fill fast.
For more information about tours from Vancouver to Whistler visit our Vancouver Sightseeing page.
Follow Georgia Street heading west (Hwy 99) through Stanley Park (the Causeway) across the Lions Gate Bridge. As the city splits into North and West Vancouver you want to follow the signs to enter West Vancouver; you will now be on Marine Drive. The 1st intersection you come to will be Marine Drive and Taylor Way. Stay in the right lane and turn right up Taylor Way towards the mountains. You will pass 2 sets of lights on Taylor Way-at the 3rd set of lights turn left to connect to Highway 99 to Whistler.
Greyhound Coach Lines and Maverick Coach Lines Pick-up location is at the Central Station bus terminal and various stops along Georgia Street. To get to Central Station, take the SkyTrain to the Main Street stop. You can see the Central Station from the SkyTrain platform. There are 6 buses per day. Reservations not required. 604.482.8747.
Perimeter Coach Lines The main pick-up location is at the Vancouver International Airport. There are pick-ups at The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver and Pan Pacific Hotel. Shuttle service is provided if you are not a guest of the hotel. There are 8 buses per day with extra buses for weekends. Reservations required. 604.266.5386
Pick-up location is at the BC Rail Station at the foot of Pemberton Avenue in North Vancouver. (1311 West 1st Street North Vancouver). There is only one train per day leaving at 7 a.m. The station is not accessible in winter by public bus so you will need to take a taxi. Reservations recommended. Call 604.984.5246 or 1.800.683.8238 (Canada/US) 1.800.339.8752 (in BC).