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If you are looking for a ski vacation you won’t forget, Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort is the place for you. Arguably one of the best ski resorts globally and proudly North America’s largest ski area, the resort covers twin peaks – Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains, spanning across 8,171 acres (3,307 hectares). Delivering some of the most unreal ski experiences, it rivals destinations such as the European Alps or the American Rockies.

Located in British Columbia, it is a convenient 2-hour drive from Vancouver. Connected by the world’s prettiest highway, the Sea to Sky, not only do you have easy access from one of Canada’s major cities if you are flying in, but you will take in a scenic drive on the way to your ski vacation. From start to finish, Whistler will be sure to impress you and your whole group.

Whistler Blackcomb Highlights

Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort

An icon, Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort is the place to be. A true force of nature, this resort has all. Diverse skiable terrain, a buzzing pedestrian-only village, jaw-dropping views, Olympic worthy amenities and a reliable 36 ft (11 m) or more of annual snowfall are just a few of the highlights that make these twin mountains one of the most popular ski resorts in the world.

A combination of two peaks – Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains, this rugged West Coast resort delivers endless ski opportunities that will have you busy for days on end. In fact, this resort is so cutting-edge; it played host to the 2010 Winter Olympics to some of the events! To this day, you can even ski or ride with an Olympian!

Across 8,171 acres (3,307 hectares), you will find over 200 runs, 5020 feet (1530 m) of vertical, 16 powder-filled alpine bowls, three glaciers and five terrain parks. There are even various styles of ski and boarding to get lost in! For those looking for a challenge, heli-skiing, backcountry and diamond runs add to the appeal of this resort.

Breaking down the 200+ runs, you’ll find 18% is for beginners, 55% is for intermediate and 27% is for expert. While it may seem like a lot of the mountain is for intermediate level and above, less confident skiers have nothing to worry about; there are gentle runs and even dedicated snow schools on either mountain.

In addition to the staggering amount of skiing, it offers a great selection of on-mountain dining for those who need a break in between the slopes, plus two villages to explore once you’ve had your fill of the snow! Next time you plan on visiting Canada, make sure you lock in the time to stay at this award-winning resort.

The Peak2Peak Gondola

Just when you thought Whistler Blackcomb couldn’t get any better, it exceeds your expectations. Home to the longest unsupported lift span in the world, let us introduce you to the resort’s state-of-the-art lift system – The Peak2Peak Gondola. The lift itself is a must-do highlight when visiting Whistler.

Not only does it provide mountain jumping across the resort with ease, but for the non-skiers, it delivers a breath-taking experience. Spanning across 4km (1.9 miles) between Whistler Mountain and Blackcomb Mountain, it is the best way to see the mountains and shared alpine forests.

The world’s highest lift of its kind, you will ascend from the treetops, enjoying a 360-degree view of Whistler village, taking in the lakes, glaciers, forests and mountain peaks. For an exclusive bird’s-eye view of the forest, you can even ride the special glass-bottom gondola. This is an excellent experience for the whole family!

The Selection of Après Ski

Known for their après ski, Whistler is a mecca for food and wine loves. Other than skiing, it is a massive part of the Whistler culture. There is plenty to offer once you are done for the day on the snow with more than 90 restaurants, bars and cafes, making it one of the most diverse options in Canada.

Covering pumping nightlife to five-star culinary experiences, this ski town has it all! Catering to all dietary styles, you can get a juicy burger at a burger joint or immerse yourself in the vegetarian bistro.

With ever-changing options surrounding the resort, some favourites include the Bearfoot Bistro (try champagne sabering!), Purebread (a to-die-for bakery), El Furniture Warehouse (they have an all-day discount food menu) or Araxi for those wanting an intimate date night with farm-to-table cuisine. You won’t be disappointed!

The Abundance of Winter Activities

Are you looking to mix up your itinerary with a few adventures of the tracks? Whistler is the right place! A winter adventure destination, it has an endless array of on-snow and off-snow adventures to be discovered. It doesn’t matter if you’re an adrenaline junky or a person of leisure; there are options for all members of the family.

You won’t be disappointed with what Whistler has in store for those wanting an adventure. Home to the fastest ice track in the world, Whistler Sliding Centre, bobsleigh is a favourite at this Olympic facility. Other activities that will get your heart racing include bungee jumping, ice climbing, heliskiing and ziplining.

Attention keen photographers and nature lovers: why not admire the fascinating species that inhabits Whistler with one of Whistler Ecotours range of guided outdoor activities. Here keen photographers and nature lovers can spot a range of mammals and fauna in an exclusive experience.

You can also go on an ice cave excursion if you have ever wanted to explore the world of ice and snow. Or for those with a passion for fishing, ice fishing may be the ultimate bucket-list experience that will complete your trip. Snowshoeing is also available for something that involves a slower ski pace, as is ice skating at the Olympic Plaza.

When it is time to unwind and relax, the Scandinave Spa will be waiting for you. A blissful hideaway, you can immerse yourself in the mountain atmosphere and enjoy a traditional Scandinavian bath experience. Offering hot installations, cold installations and relaxation areas to cleanse the body, flush out toxins and stabilise your blood flow and heart rate, you’ll find peace and rejuvenation here.

The rich culture

History buffs aren’t left out – Whistler is a ski destination rich in culture. In addition to the Whistler Museum and Archives, the Squamish Lil-‘Wat Cultural Centre offers a wealth of insight into its First Nations legacy.

The first centre to be dedicated to the history and culture of the local First Nations, this world-class and award-winning multi-purpose facility aims to share meaningful experiences and educate all on the distinct Squamish and Lil’Wat traditions.

Displaying various artefacts and exhibitions, it also runs interactive workshops that will help you learn about the Squamish and Lil-wat First Nations. The centre also hosts exhibitions, events, and programs that represent the traditional culture and heritage throughout the year.