Consistently rated as the #1 ski resort in North America, Whistler Blackcomb is also the largest.
And while it’s known as an expert destination, actually over half of the terrain is Intermediate, and 20% Beginner.
So if you want steeps and couloirs, have at it, but if not, you won’t be disappointed. There are more than 100 trails to choose from spread over more than 8,000 acres. And the vertical is, of course, one mile: 5,280 feet!
And with the new Peak 2 Peak gondola—the longest and highest lift in the world— joining Whistler and Blackcomb, you can switch mountains in mere minutes.
If you’re planning a ski or snowboard vacation, Whistler Blackcomb has it all. And a wealth of accommodation options.
Click in the red navigation bar above. You’ll find a selection of skier-point-of-view (POV) videos of Whistler Blackcomb runs, so you can try a few runs before you go.
This is their Interactive Trail Map.
Whistler’s been at it for over 50 years. If you’ve got the time (32 minutes) this movie will bring you up to speed. (It’s well worth watching.)
They’re having a great season for snow this year, and they like telling us about it!