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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Sea to Sky Highway Driving During the 2010 Winter Games

During the Paralympic Winter Games, spectators can ride-share/carpool to designated spectator parking lots at the base of Whistler Paralympic Park near the Callaghan Valley Road and park for free. From there, fully accessible spectator shuttles will take you to Whistler Paralympic Park and Whistler Creekside. There is no cost to use the shuttle; just show your day of event ticket to board.

To reach the Whistler Paralympic Park lots: from Vancouver, take Highway 99 north (Sea to Sky Highway) toward Whistler. Continue past Squamish, Pinecrest Estates and Black Tusk Village until you reach the parking lots.

Is there a Sea to Sky Checkpoint during the Paralympic Games?

No, there is no Sea to Sky Checkpoint during the Paralympic Games. The Sea to Sky Checkpoint was only in effect during February for the Olympic Games and does not affect highway travel in March. 

Is there parking available in Whistler during the Paralympics?  

Public parking in Whistler will be reduced, motorists should confirm their parking arrangements before driving to Whistler. For more information on parking restrictions, click here.

If I choose to leave my car at home, how else can I get to and from Whistler?

There are plenty of options available to get to and from Whistler with private motorcoach services.  Book in advance and TravelSmart for your 2010 Winter Games experience.

See the sidebar links for a list of available private motorcoach services.


Visit Vancouver2010.com

Link to the official website for the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

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