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Whistler - Blackcomb - Shopping in Whistler

shoppingIt's worth the trip just for the shopping. The Village of Whistler is a shoppers paradise, pedestrian friendly walkways and plazas lead you through shops, boutiques, art galleries and theatres. You'll find everything you need for while you're here and plenty of souvenirs to take home with you. When your on the mountain enjoying yourself, there's no need to head back down to the village to fullfill your shopping needs, we've got you covered.

Three great loactions located at the top of Whistler and Blackcomb have everything you need from goggles, lipbalm, t-shirts, cameras to hats, waterbottles and postcards. We'll even deliver it back down to the valley for you if you have your hands full with your ski gear.

More Than 200 Shops & Stores

There are more than 200 shops and stores in Whistler Village alone! Not to mention all the shops in the newly-developed Creekside neighbourhood or the southern neighbourhood of Function Junction.

You Can Find It In Whistler

Whistler may be a town of only 10,000 people, but you can find anything and everything you need. From native artwork, high fashion apparel, jewelry, snowboard equipment to bathing suits and camping supplies, you can find it in Whistler. There are several convenient shopping districts in Whistler Village and surrounding areas to serve you.

Don't forget to visit the mountain-top stores for ski and snowboard accessories, sportswear and stylish Whistler- Blackcomb-branded wear! Indulge in a European-style shopping excursion at Whistler Village. A car-free area, it's a pleasure to stroll. Gift shops feature contemporary art as well as First Nations carvings and jewellery. Upscale and casual fashion boutiques are side-by-side sports equipment and clothing stores. Other places focus on fine accessories for both men and women.

Whistler Village hotels also feature select boutiques and shops. Afterward, you can relax and unwind in one of the Village's many excellent restaurants, caf├ęs and coffee shops.

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