Hillcrest was substantially developed in the ‘50s with a unique style of duplexes built with steel siding. These duplexes have been given the name ‘steel-locks.’ These unique dwellings have earned the suburb a reputation of being Artsy because of the creative renovations owners have done to these former military homes. Most of the single-family houses in Hillcrest were built in the early ‘60s and ’70s. The lot sizes for the entire neighbourhood are generous. Hillcrest offers a wonderful mix of creative housing and modern construction.
A park with an outdoor hockey rink and play area for kids plus there are multiple trails that all orientate themselves around Paddy’s Pond, a meadow and marshland with beautiful view corridors.
Airport Chalet hotel @91634 Alaska Highway, Whitehorse
Airport Chalet Restaurant is famous for home baking and hardy specials like perogies, roast beef, homemade burgers
Tony’s Pasta and Seafood House Authentic flavours of Italy.
Skky Hotel @91622 Alaska Hwy, Whitehorse