5 night stay based on 2 travelers
5 night stay based on 4 travelers
If the biggest and the best are high on your winter getaway “must haves” then a ski trip to Whistler Blackcomb should top your list. With 8,171 skiable acres, a Whistler ski vacation offers nearly 2,500 more acres of skiing than the second-largest ski resort: Big Sky. And despite its enormity, it’s quite easy to navigate thanks to the resort’s PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola which connects Whistler and Blackcomb Mountain via the world’s largest, unsupported cable car. Whistler offers the most uphill capacity and sees nearly 2 million visitors a year. Incredible Tyrolean-style base villages, which are divided into the main Village, Upper Village and Creekside provide guests with a range of dining, lodging, après-ski bars, shopping and nightlife options to fit every ski vacation preference.
In comparison to other famed North American ski resorts, Whistler Blackcomb is extremely easy to get to from anywhere in the world, thanks to its close vicinity to Vancouver International Airport.
Get ready to ski your buns off! Whistler Blackcomb ski resort expands over 100-plus trails on 8,171 acres. The longest trail lasts for seven miles and descends more than 5,000 vertical feet. While Whistler Blackcomb’s sheer size may seem intimidating to some skiers, especially newer ones, there’s truly no need. Whistler Blackcomb is comprised of nearly 20 percent beginner terrain, even at the top of the mountain. If exceptional views and high alpine bowl skiing sound appealing, then there’s no better place to learn to ski or further develop the skills you already have. Intermediate skiers will think they’ve died and gone to heaven at Whistler Blackcomb, as they get to enjoy over 55 percent of this massive resort—including from the top of Whistler Mountain’s summit.
Whistler is renowned as an aggressive mountain with tons of expert terrain options, so expert skiers looking to step it up a notch can conquer chutes, couloirs, steep bowls, huge cliffs and technical glades, and the former 2010 Olympic Downhill race courses.
Terrain park enthusiasts will be "stoked" on Whistler’s Nintendo Terrain Parks, with 200-plus features spread out over three designated park zones—two at Blackcomb, Nintendo Terrain Park and Big Easy Terrain Garden, and one at Whistler, Habitat Terrain Park. Every jibber from beginner to expert will have a blast on Whistler’s terrain parks.
Whistler Blackcomb is a big resort with an overwhelming amount of lodging options, so take the guesswork out of your ski vacation and speak or chat with one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists. They can help point you in the right direction on your Whistler ski vacation.