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WHISTLER BLACKCOMB - To much terrain to ski in one trip!

Home to the Winter Olympics, the one and only Whistler Blackcomb has to be visited by all skiers at least once in their lifetimes.

With a simply incredible array of terrain between the two mountains, amazing modern lift systems,  plus the Peak to Peak gondola (get one with a glass floor) to link everything up and you get incredible views and incredible skiing.

The village is an array of nightlife, apres ski and activities to keep everyone happy from young to old, powder hound to non skier.


If you crave something quieter away from the buzz of the main village you can choose to stay at either the upper village (next to the Fairmont), or at Creekside (the original village).


For days off and non-skiers there are a huge range of activities on offer. From spa treatments to zip lining and for retail therapy Vancouver is just 2 hours down the road.  Whistler truly has something for everyone.


Family Friendly 7/10

Powder hounds paradise 8/10

Ski terrain: Whistler 20% Beginner |55% Intermediate |25% Advanced 

Blackcomb 20% Beginner |50% Intermediate |30% Advanced 

Vertical Drop: 1,609m

Base Elevation: 653mm

Summit Elevation: 2,284m

Skiable area: 8,171 acres 

Longest Run: 11km

Trails: 200 plus, plus off piste 

Terrain Park

37 lifts

Ski in, ski out accommodation

Mountain hosting

Part of the EPIC pass



Heli Ski

Zip lining

Snow mobiling

Dog sledding 

Spa treatments

Shopping trip to Vancouver

Back country courses


Sleigh rides



For the best family Italian food you can’t beat “The Old Spaghetti Factory” in Whistler Village.

Home to one of the worlds best zip lining experiences, Zip Trek Ecotours is home to the longest zipline in North America.

Combine Whistler with Sun Peaks or one of the other interior resorts for the ultimate ski trip.

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