SNOWRIDGE Crescent-Whistler Mtn.

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Snowridge, Snowridge Crescent, Whistler

Detached houses on Snowridge, Whistler Mountain have super easy, ski-in and ski-out access. Not only that, but they are within walking distance of Creekside Village. These two features make up the main benefits of Snowridge.

In other words, you literally walk across a 20-foot bridge connecting Snowridge Crescent to the Dave Murray Downhill. Then, just point your skis or board in the direction of the Whistler Creekside Gondola for upload. When the snow has gone, rather than pointing your skis or board, you point your bike or your walking shoes. Buying a multi-million dollar home on Snowridge Crescent seems to be for the dedicated snow-sport family.

Active Listings

When houses are listed in Snowridge they do stay on the market longer than other houses which are not ski-in/ski-out. Simply because this is a niche product. Some listings expire and are still for sale, or they are sold as exclusive or sleeve listings. Therefore, if you are interested in this location, don’t be discouraged that there are no active listings.

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View the Active Ski-in/Ski-out Listings posted by all Whistler brokerages. You will also see everything else posted for Whistler ski-in/ski-out real estate on that page. If there is no link, best to check out the property on

Market Update

When starting your initial search for Whistler real estate, it is important to understand the current market conditions. I understand that you may not be ready to contact me. In the meantime, I encourage you to study the sales and listing statistics on the Market Update page on this site. The statistics are compiled by the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) In addition, the monthly Whistler Real Estate Market Update video is a great way to stay informed in less than 99 seconds.


Snowridge is located in the neighborhood of Nordic and is one of Whistler’s original ski-in ski-out developments for detached houses. There are only 22 houses in this high-end enclave, and every house has ski-in and ski-out access to Whistler Mountain. Some of the houses are closer to the Lower Dave Murray Downhill than others, but all are within an easy walk to the bridge for access.  No doubt that if you are looking for a ski-in/ski-out house, in a convenient location, then this neighborhood must be top of your list.

The Whistler Mountain Ski Club, Whistler Blackcomb Snow School, and their equipment rental shop are all close to the Creekside gondola. There is a trail through the trees at Snowridge to the Whistler Mountain Ski Club, which may be of interest if your child is a budding ski racer. After the snow has gone, you will find a path leading down the slope to Creekside. This means you can easily walk or bike down the side of the mountain to Whistler Creekside, and take advantage of the restaurants, bars, shops, and the grocery store. 

Location on Whistler Mountain: Video

This video was taken from the Creekside Gondola and it shows you the amazing location and ease of access to Whistler Mountain.

Drive From Whistler Village: Video

This video answers the question of how far Snowridge is from Whistler Village. In essence, it’s a 5-minute drive by car. If you wanted to walk to Whistler Village along the scenic valley trail, it would take you about an hour.

Google Map

This Google map accurately shows you the development of Snowridge Crescent homes. The Development started in 1988 so by the time Google flew Whistler in 1999, this area was well established. In this summer view, you can see the path that leads down to Creekside. Note the Whistler Mountain Ski Club for budding racers.

Civic Address Map

This civic map of Snowridge Crescent shows the civic address of each property. In addition, the map shows you what is close to Snowridge. Please remember this is all on the side of a mountain, so it is not flat as the map infers. The civic address map is provided by the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) and their website is loaded with good information.


The bus service for Nordic is limited to some streets due to the gradient. To get to the bus stop from Snowridge, you have two options: 1) aim for the intersection of Eva Lake Road and Whistler Road, or 2) head to Creekside. For the Creekside option, you just walk 5 minutes down the slopes and there are two bus stop locations to choose from.

Whistler buses are equipped to carry two bikes. Therefore, when you have had enough exercise, you may want to put your bike on the bus rather than ride it home. The taxi service in town is always available and should cost around $25 one way.

Creekside Map

This is the only map available of Creekside. There have been a few changes in some of the retail stores. However, the changes are minor, and should not affect you relying on this map to understand what is offered in this local hub. There is a great little grocery store in this location aptly named Creekside Market, and it is more than adequate for all your weekly shopping needs.

Drive to Creekside: Video

It is an easy 3-minute drive from Snowridge Crescent to Whistler Creekside as demonstrated in the video below.

Walk to Creekside: Video

Many buyers overlook Snowridge due to the distance to Whistler Village. However, the proximity to Creekside is superb, especially when there is no snow on the ground. The paved path which runs down the front of the slopes, parallel to Snowridge is a great way to walk to and from Creekside and all that it offers. Have a look at the video below and judge for yourself.

Street View

The drive around Snowridge will give you a sense of the individuality of the owners in this area. In 1988, the developer carved out space for 22 lots each around 7,500 sq. ft. Some lots are positioned in a tight formation which is a testament to the age of the development. Some say that adds to the charm of this location. There will never be another Snowridge as there is no space available on the side of Whistler or Blackcomb Mountain within a 5-minute walk to the Base. Many buyers make the mistake of analyzing the house in Snowridge when it is not about the house, it is about this amazing and unique location.

The photo gallery below may help you appreciate how different the Snowridge is. Especially when you compare it to the other four ski-in ski-out locations for detached ski-in ski-out houses, featured on this site.

Snowridge Crescent the bridge to the Dave Murray Downhill

Snowridge Crescent different house styles

Snowridge Crescent mountain views to the west

Snowridge Crescent mountain views

Snowridge Crescent bridge to Whistler Mountain and the slopes

Snowridge path to whistler mountain

Snowridge Houses march 2024

Snowridge Crescent the bridge to the Dave Murray Downhill

Snowridge Crescent different house styles

Snowridge Crescent mountain views to the west

Snowridge Crescent mountain views

Snowridge Crescent bridge to Whistler Mountain and the slopes

Snowridge path to whistler mountain

Snowridge Houses march 2024

Ski-in/Ski-out Trail

Ski Trail Map

This hardly needs a trail map, but here it is:

Google Map Ski Trail

These slopeside houses on Whistler Mountain have one of the easiest ski-in ski-out trails. Skiing down Lower Dave Murray is not a beginner slope, so coming down Lower Franz’s is a gentler route. However, when you own a house in Snowridge it isn’t long before everyone’s skiing improves.

Ski-in Ski-out Video

This enclave of houses has a 20 ft. bridge connecting these homes to the Lower Dave Murray Downhill on Whistler Mountain. Walk over the bridge and you are on the slopes. The Dave Murray Downhill is a black diamond run. In Whistler, we have green, blue, and black-rated runs. We do not have a double black diamond rating. From mid-mountain to the Snowridge bridge, the Dave Murray Downhill is not really a black run, but it is not an easy blue run. Therefore, most beginners and exhausted intermediates download to Creekside at the end of the day.

To start your day, getting from Snowridge to Creekside is a nice gradient, and that portion would be considered a blue run if that portion was rated by itself. In other words, you may be driving to the Creekside base to pick up beginners after a day on the slopes, or at least until they are confident enough to master the Dave Murray Downhill.


Scroll horizontally to view and sort the data: To sort by year sold, click on that heading for a chronological setting. To view the sold price, swipe to the left.

Sales of luxury detached houses in Snowridge, Snowridge Crescent, Whistler. Data was imported from the Whistler Listing System. Days on Market (DOM) has been recorded since 2010.
NumberStreetBedroomsBathroomsHouse sq. ft.Land sq. ft.Sold PriceYear SoldDOMListing Broker
2578Snowridge Crescent5.54.5332165476,230,00020219RE/MAX
2572Snowridge Crescent43.5355571506,500,000202093MacD
2587Snowridge Crescent6642206171 5,425,00020190E&V
2561Snowridge Crescent4329707479 4,050,0002019319E&V
2574Snowridge Crescent4.5535205952 6,350,000201838Thorn
2590Snowridge Crescent66353010,583 6,500,0002017155Thorn
2580Snowridge Crescent54.528167651 3,895,000201771Thorn
2578Snowridge Crescent5.54.5344065473,250,0002016149WREC
2572Snowridge Crescent43.5347571504,750,0002015186Thorn
2562Snowridge Crescent64.5287090221,765,0002014111WREC
2589Snowridge Crescent42.5265166401,600,000201326WREC
2586Snowridge Crescent5330002,067,300201263RE/MAX
2590Snowridge Crescent65.5294710,5831,850,000201249RE/MAX
2580Snowridge Crescent5528162,600,0002012163SOTHEBYS
2587Snowridge Crescent44337961712,150,0002012206WREC
2560Snowridge Crescent64340090252,500,0002011461RE/MAX
2593Snowridge Crescent54.526682,350,0002010SWCR
2593Snowridge Crescent54.5266870972,400,0002007RE/MAX
2586Snowridge Crescent5330002,600,0002006S to S
2564Snowridge Crescent5634006,150,0002005S to S
2574Snowridge Crescent4.55336859513,250,0002001WREC
2585Snowridge Crescent3.53.525361,600,0002001RE/MAX
2574Snowridge Crescent4.55336859511,200,0002000WREC
2568Snowridge Crescent3.53.52679768,0001999RE/MAX
2570Snowridge Crescent5431001,900,0001999WREC
2590Snowridge Crescent43.529471,060,0001999WREC
2593Snowridge Crescent54.526681,230,0001999RE/MAX
2586Snowridge Crescent52.53000990,0001998WREC

Comparable Sales

To view the sales of luxury homes in the other ski-in/ski-out locations in Whistler, click through to the Luxury House Sales (Sales: Houses). Please note, there are only five locations in Whistler that offer a detached house with ski-in/ski-out access to either Whistler or Blackcomb Mountain. All five locations are featured on this site.


Snowridge houses are zoned for nightly rental and can earn significant revenue. However, with the market value of Snowridge houses being as high as they are, new Buyers typically don’t rent out their houses. This location is more residential than revenue driven


The strata plan for this enclave was registered back in 1988. The building lots were sized around 7,500 sq. ft. The lot sizes dictated the size of each build. Therefore, Snowridge is a cozy development with a focus on the convenient location of Whistler Creekside and a front row to Whistler Mountain.

Site Plan

This site plan was taken from the municipal website. It shows the position of the house on the lot.

Strata Plan

When you are considering a particular house in Snowridge Crescent, it is important to look at the Registered Strata plan VAS2049. The strata plan provides details on the size of the lots, and what areas are common property. These are very small lots by the standards of today. However, remember, you are not buying in Snowridge to own land, you are buying to have incredible ski-in and ski-out access.


With no underground parking, communal hot tub, or swimming pool so the strata fees are minimal. In summary, the strata fees include:

  • road maintenance
  • snow removal
  • landscaping
  • bridge maintenance
  • common area hydro
  • common area insurance


There is not a lot of excess room for cars in this bare-land strata development. However, the large common area in the strata seems to serve as a communal parking lot for the owners should an owner be hosting an evening event. In a strata this compact, you will get to know your neighbors which should add to the quality of life in Snowridge.


The development was zoned RTA25. This zoning allows for nightly rentals, however, it is the owner’s decision whether or not to rent. In summary, with the price of the homes increasing in Snowridge, most new buyers decide against rentals as the return on investment is just not worth the grief.



Is Snowridge Crescent zoned for nightly rental?

Yes. Owners can legally rent out their house nightly. However, only a handful take advantage of this zoning.

Do I have to rent out my house on Snowridge Crescent?

No. It is your house, and you can rent it nightly or keep it as a residential property, the choice is yours.

Is Snowridge Crescent a strata development?

Yes. It is a bare land strata. Each strata lot owner is fully responsible for the maintenance of their property.

Can I walk from Snowridge Crescent to Creekside?

You can walk up and down the slopes year-round to get to Creekside. The path runs parallel to the creek and leads down to the shops and services of Creekside.

Can a non-resident of Canada buy Whistler real estate?

Yes. Whistler is exempt from the Federal Government’s ban on non-residents buying real estate which is in place until 2027.

Next Steps

Buying real estate in Whistler, whether ski-in/ski-out or not, is a smooth process when working with an experienced Whistler real estate agent who follows the rules. Everything in real estate, except for writing the contract and the negotiation is a process. Experienced realtor, and skilled negotiator, Marion Anderson will work with you directly from start to finish. No assistants are involved.


Explaining Representation to a Buyer or Seller at the first introduction is a mandatory requirement. Since there is no dual agency in BC the Disclosure of Representation in Trading Services Form (DORTS) is essential for the Buyer or Seller to understand what their designated agent’s obligation is to them. DORTS binds the agent to the client but does not bind the client to the agent. In addition, Home Buyer Recission Period (HBRP) would be discussed at that time.

If you think I would be a good fit to work with you and your family, and you are not already working with a Whistler realtor, please contact me. I look forward to hearing from you.

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Marion Anderson Personal Real Estate Corporation (604) 938-3885