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Whistler Limo Touring Options - Whistler Limousine Tours

Since 1998, Legacy Limousine Service has been providing Whistler limo tours to clients en route to North America's #1 ski destination, Whistler Blackcomb.

Unlike traditional Whistler transportation providers, our Whistler limousine tour allows you to take the time desired to enjoy the sights while heading to Whistler. We'll stop as requested to explore local attractions, to capture regional wildlife on video, to enjoy refreshments while absorbing the magnificent mountain vistas and air, or simply to stretch your legs.

Touring Whistler By Limousine - Our Whistler Limo Tour

Our Whistler limousine tour winds its way along the Sea to Sky Highway from Horseshoe Bay just past West Vancouver through Squamish, then the Garibaldi Provincial Park, and arriving in Whistler, British Columbia. And, there are plenty of spectacular sights to see while en route to Whistler including:

  • Whytecliff Marine Park
    Minutes fromHorseshoe Bay, Whytecliff Marine Park’s rugged shoreline and cobble beach became Canada’s first Marine Protected Area. Upwards of 200 marine animal species, with exotic names such as the speckled sanddab or the sunflower seastar call these waters home.
  • Shannon Falls Provincial Park
    North of Lions Bay, visitors will find the park's namesake, BC's third-highest waterfall. Shannon Falls is a magnificent cascade that drops over 1,000 feet, right above the Sea to Sky Highway. A stop for naturalists during warmer seasons, Shannon Falls also attracts thrill-seeking ice climbers, who scale the falls when it freezes in the winter.
  • BC Museum of Mining
    Located in Britannia Beach, the mine boomed in the late 1920s and early 1930s, becoming the largest producer of copper in the British Empire. See how the Gold Rush affected the mine's history, view rock and mineral displays, transportation methods, and artifacts from the past.
  • Stawamus Chief Provincial Park
    One the largest free-standing granite monoliths in the world, the Chief is extremely popular amongst rock climbers, and those who look on in amazement. Estimated at 93 million years old, the Chief is one of the senior members of the local landscape.
  • West Coast Railway Heritage Park
    Railroad history is showcased with over 50 vintage railway cars and locomotives displayed in a setting of unmatched natural beauty. Climb aboard cabooses and snowplows, view a superbly restored 1890 railway business car and the only surviving Pacific Great Western steam engine.
  • Brackendale Eagle Reserve
    About a ½ hour south of Whistler, the Brackendale Eagle Reserve is home to one of the highest concentrations of bald eagles in the world. In 1994, an amazing world record was established - 3766 eagles counted in one day!

And once your Whistler limousine tour has arrived in Whistler Blackcomb, there are so many more things to see and do, including:

  • Whistler Blackcomb Mountains
    Whistler & Blackcomb Mountains offer unforgettable skiing, snowboarding, and unlimited winter and summer activities. Located in the Coastal Mountains of BC, Whistler is approximately 115 kilometres (72 miles) from Vancouver. There is little need for a car once in Whistler, so the best way to get there is by bus, limousine or charter plane.
  • Whistler Village
    Nestled at the base of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains is Whistler's award-winning pedestrian village. Whistler Village and the adjacent Upper Village are perfectly situated for easy access to both mountains and a huge variety of first class restaurants and distinctive shops.
  • Whistler Village Art Gallery
    The Whistler Village Art Gallery is one of Canada's finest destinations for art, where contemporary Canadian and International paintings, sculpture and glass are displayed in an elegant and comfortable setting.
  • Whistler Farmers' Market
    From June to October, the Whistler Farmers' Market features vendors that make, bake or grow their wares. The idea is to feature local artisan talents and farmer produce - whether its vegetables, fruits, flowers, paintings, craft furniture or wines. Exceptional quality without factory labels!
  • Whistler Museum & Archives
    The Whistler Museum & Archives was founded in 1986 as a non-profit organization for the purpose of collecting, cataloguing and conserving artifacts and photographs of the pioneer history of the Whistler Valley.
  • Whistler Golf & Country Club
    Designed by the one of the games' greatest players, Arnold Palmer, the Whistler Golf & Country Club is oldest golf course in the Whistler region. Although not the dominating golf course in Whistler, Arnold Palmer’s Whistler Golf & Country Club is a course you don’t want to miss!

Travel time from Vancouver's city center to Whistler Village is typically about 2½ to 3 hours non-stop depending on traffic and road conditions. Given the relaxed, comfortable drive our Whistler limousine tours offer, and the inherent beauty of the environment traveled through, we imagine there will be stops made during your Whistler limo tour to take in the surrounding scenery and take advantage of some of the sights along the way.

Our Whistler limousine tours are usually an all-day affair lasting from 9-12 hours return. Legacy Limousine Service finds it best for you to contact our Whistler limo tour specialists, let us know what interests you most about the trip up to Whistler and Whistler Blackcomb itself, and we'll tailor your Whistler limo tour around your specific requests.

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