The combined ski area of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains is so big that you could stay for more than a week and never ski the same run twice! The season is long with plenty of fresh powder, plus the après on a Whistler ski holiday is the best anywhere!
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Whistler is frequently voted as one of the best mountain resorts in the world. It's only a two-hour drive from the coastal city of Vancouver along the scenic Sea to Sky Highway, where the two mountains of Whistler and Blackcomb offer over 8,100 acres of skiable terrain. This is one of Canada’s most diverse destinations and Whistler truly has something for everyone, both on and off the mountain. A ski holiday in Whistler is one that you’ll never forget.
Known for being a world-class ski holiday resort, the mountains here offer more than 200 marked ski and snowboard trails, 16 alpine bowls and 3 beautiful glaciers to explore. Whatever your experience level, there’s a piste for everyone and some amazing backcountry skiing for powder enthusiasts! Combine your passion for the snow with amazing on-mountain dining experiences, plus slope slide bars and après entertainment.
And the fun doesn’t stop on the mountain! The charming Whistler Village is pedestrianised which makes it so easy to walk around and discover the local restaurants and bars. It's perfect for mixed-ability groups and parties with non-skiers. The Village is full of shops and spas, and there are plenty of other activities on offer like snowshoeing, snowmobiling, snow-tubing and dozens more.
Our snowboard and ski packages in Whistler have you covered, but make time for other snowy activities while you're there.
If you're skiing or riding in Whistler, the 3km long Peak 2 Peak Gondola is a must for getting between Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. However, even if you're not skiing, it's still an unbelievably scenic ride. The Roundhouse Lodge at the top of Whistler Mountain boasts plenty of dining options and the impressive Umbrella Bar.
Soothe your muscles after a day on the slopes in one of Whistler's many luxurious spas. Our favourites are Four Seasons and Scandinave Spa.
Every Sunday at 6.30pm, watch skiers and riders jump through a burning ring of fire and fireworks.
Enjoy local cuisines slopeside in the Rendezvous Restaurant on Blackcomb Mountain or waffles by the fireside in Crystal Hut.
Our pick of Whistler's lively après includes legendary Dusty's, an award-winning bar.
The Blue Line boasts the highest point on either mountain with 180-degree views of the Spearhead Range to Mount Tusk. The Staircase on Blackcomb Mountain starts with a chute through the trees before entering a field of moguls. The Gun Barrels on the outer ridge of Harmony Bowl are little-known and are the best for powder days.