Whistler Blackcomb

Whistler Blackcomb

About Whistler-Blackcomb

If you’re looking for an award-winning ski resort, Whistler, or Whistler-Blackcomb as it’s officially known, should definitely be high up on your list.  Having successfully won many titles over the years including the Best Resort in the World, it was actually the host location for the 2010 Vancouver Winter games.  Packed full

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To say that the Whistler piste map is vast would be an understatement – it’s huge.  In fact, you have an amazing 8,000 acres to explore.  Beginners have an excellent ski school, and it’s most definitely worth you heading to The Magic Chair on Blackcomb.  Take the magic carpet to the mountain, or you can enjoy the cruisy runs on Whiskey Jack or Olympic which will give you some good distance under your belt as you head back into the village.  Read More

When you’re looking at Whistler ski accommodation, you’ve got absolutely loads of self-catering choices on offer – in fact, over 500.  Some of these are ski in ski out, and many have lots of added facilities including gyms, swimming pools or even spas.  Read More

For Whistler weather, you can be reassured that it has a good reputation for its snow conditions.  Although being close to the Pacific Ocean does mean that you can experience quite a bit of cloudy weather and rain. Read More

If you’re looking for a picture-postcard ski resort, Whistler is a great location for you.  Featuring eye-catching architecture and its traffic-free streets, it’s a fantastic resort that offers lots of shops and galleries to explore.  Read More

We like Whistler as it has so much ski potential – especially with it being the biggest ski area in North America.  Steeped in beautiful Alpine-like scenery with a great reputation for snow, you’ve got a superb mix of high open bowls and woodland trails at your disposal. Read More

Whistler is certainly proud of its status as North America’s largest ski terrain.  It can get pretty busy at peak times, but they’ve introduced new lifts which has helped relieve the queues.  Read More

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Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced
Snowboarding
Apres-ski
Non-ski
Resort Charm
Shopping
Eating

Ratings

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Highlights

+Good Snow Record.

+Pretty village, with car free central areas.

+Lively Apres ski.

Things to think about

-Slopes can become overcrowded.

-Lifts need updating and can become very busy.

Ski Passes

Adult

$149 CAD

$296 CAD

$435 CAD

$568 CAD

$700 CAD

$828 CAD

Child

$75 CAD

$148 CAD

$219 CAD

$284 CAD

$350 CAD

$414 CAD

What's Included

Whistler Blackcomb Pass
Child Pass 7-12 Years.

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Ski Area
8171 Acres

Beginners

Intermediate

Advanced

20%
55%
25%
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Summit

Resort

Bottom

2285m
675m
653m
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37

Lifts

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5

Snow

Park

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$828 CAD

Ski Pass

6 Days

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26 November ’20
18 April ’21
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Heated Outdoor Pool
Ice Rink
Health Spa
Bowling

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14+ hrs

Flight Times

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Nearest Airport

Vancouver International Airport | 137km | 1hr 55min

Flights

Accommodation

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