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Whistler is one of the most sought-after and exciting resorts in the world. The scenery is spectacular and the two mountains, Whistler and Blackcomb, combine to form the largest ski area in North America. Whistler has been purpose-built with all facilities and amenities clustered around the base of the pedestrianised resort. The resort has an attractive West Coast style featuring cobbled pathways and contemporary architecture. The lift system is ultra-modern, with a total of 36 lifts transporting skiers and riders all over the mountains, including via the now legendary Peak2Peak gondola.
Whistler is proud of its “Commitment to Zero” sustainable business practices – a movement to achieve net zero waste to landfill, net zero emissions and net zero impact to the forests and lands on which it operates by 2030.
Skiers and boarders benefit from a superbly integrated network of high-speed lifts - including the record-breaking Peak2Peak Gondola, which whisks you to any selection of over 200 marked trails, 3 glaciers and 16 alpine bowls. There are also a large number of dedicated snowboard areas.
Terrain difficulty across both mountains averages out at 17% beginner, 55% intermediate and 28% advanced.
Beginners will revel in the excellent ski school and Family Zone, featuring the Emerald Express chairlift.
Intermediates will be able to ski and board a vast array of runs - many tree-lined and in great scenery, such as the gladed runs on Blackcomb off the Catskinner chairlift.
Advanced skiers and boarders should head for the bowls and make the most of the longest vertical drop in North America (1,600+m) back to the village.
For a world-class mountain orientation, guests can make use the free CIBC mountain tours on both Whistler and Blackcomb mountains, every day.
If you're heading to Whistler and looking for either your first dip into the heli-skiing arena or simply just to get a bird’s eye view of this incredible mountain range, give our dedicated sales team a call and they will be more than happy to talk you through your helicopter-tour options.
Booking in advance will always get you the best discounts on your lift passes. Whistler often operate an early booking and a super-early booking offer in roughly June and September, respectively. In addition, you can make cumulative savings with multi-day tickets, so it becomes better value to go for longer. Lift passes are priced according to different seasons – it’s more expensive during peak than off-peak season for example. Get in touch with our Ski Specialists (0330 102 8004) for an accurate quote.
If you’re planning a trip to Whistler of any length, it may be in your interest to consider purchasing an Epic Pass – a season-long lift pass which gives you access to over 40 ski resorts in 7 countries. Find out more about The Epic Lift Pass here. It might be the cheapest option!
There are more than 200 shops within Whistler ranging from souvenir shops to North American retail chain favourites, many open well into the evening – shopping is a popular après activity!
Whistler is one of the liveliest resorts in North America, with over 100 bars, nightclubs and about 80 restaurants catering for all tastes and ages. Some worth a mention include:
With around 80 eateries in Whistler, you’re incredibly spoilt for choice. A few fan-favourites include:
As well as the fun non-skiing options in the Activities tab, Whistler Blackcomb also offers the following amenities for families:
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Report last updated at: Fri 8th Dec 2023