A snapshot of the website used for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

The official Whistler website of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games


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BC Transit Service in Whistler at Games Time  

To serve the Paralympic Games in March, BC Transit's fully accessible, low-floor bus fleet will operate at normal winter service levels in Whistler, Squamish and Pemberton.

Service is available on in-town Whistler routes from 5 am until 4 am, 7 days a week, serving many Whistler neighbourhoods and Whistler Village. Click here for regular winter service information.

Between March 1 and 21, the 10 Games Express will also run every 15 minutes between 5 am and midnight. The Games Express connects Whistler Village, Creekside, and Athletes Village. Click here for a route map.

March 1 to 21, some route diversions will continue to be in effect for the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games:

  • 1 Creekside Express and 2 Whistler Creek will not route through Creekside Village on London Lane, but will travel along Hwy 99 with a stop at Lake Placid Road and Hwy 99
  • 3 Emerald Estates, 4 Alpine Village and 23 Alta Lake Shuttle will travel to and from Gondola Transit Exchange via Lorimer, Northlands and Village Gate
  • 6 Village Benchlands will loop around Painted Cliff and Spearhead in the opposite direction of regular service

Effective March 1st the fare will be $2 for a one-way trip in Whistler. To save on fares check bctransit.com for ticket and pass prices. An exact cash fare is required as change will not be given. Children five years and under ride for free in Whistler.

Accredited Paralympic personnel have complimentary access to public transit in Whistler from March 1 through 21. Paralympic accreditation is not valid on the Squamish or Pemberton connector service, or the local Squamish and local Pemberton public transit service.

Riders with Games Event Tickets

Tickets to Paralympic events include complimentary access to public transit during the entire day of the event until 4 am.


The BC Transit bus fleet will be comprised of 100% accessible low-floor buses during the Games.

Can I bring my pooch on the bus?

Only small, fur-bearing and feathered pets contained in secure, clean, handheld cages are permitted on the buses. Certified assistance animals and avalanche dogs may continue to use public transit as always. Owners of assistance animals should be prepared to show the animal's verification of training. Before taking your pet on the bus, please read all guidelines about this policy online at bctransit.com 


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