Whistler Blackcomb

Whistler Blackcomb is not only considered to be one of the best mountain resorts in the world, it was also a site used for the 2010 Winter Olympics. Whistler hosted the Alpine skiing, Nordic skiing and the Bobsled events. From perfectly groomed cruising runs to challenging mogul fields, there is skiing and riding to suit every level. There is fantastic snowboard terrain and parks, steep chutes and secluded tree skiing. With the Peak 2 Peak Gondola connecting Whistler and Blackcomb it has never been easier to make the most of both mountains. Its 28 “sky cabins” transport riders from the Roundhouse Lodge to the Rendezvous Lodge in just 11 minutes. The pedestrian village offers over 100 shops, lots of great restaurants and plenty of groovy bars and nightclubs. Every Sunday night a “Welcome To The Resort” is held, the highlight being a Fire and Ice show.

Gateway City             Vancouver 120km

Mogul Ski Deals

Why Whistler Blackcomb

  • Two huge mountains with a massive variety of terrain
  • Vibrant and exciting pedestrian village filled with shops, cafes, restaurants and bars
  • Excellent kids ski school featuring the 5 day adventure camp

Whistler Blackcomb Mountain Statistics

Summit 2284m
Base 675m
Vertical 1609m
Acres 8171
Lifts 39
Runs 200+
Average Snowfall 990cm
Beginner 18%
Intermediate 55%
Advanced 27%

Additional Accommodation

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