Whistler Blackcomb is one of the world's leading alpine resorts with more than 8,171 acres of terrain, 200 trails and an elevation peak of 2,284 metres. The ski fields are spread across two mountains – Whistler and Blackcomb – which are linked by the innovative 4.4km Peak 2 Peak Gondola. The combined lift system can handle a massive 65,507 skiers per hour.
For more information regarding Whistler Blackcomb ski holidays contact a friendly Flight Centre consultant and don't forget to ask about our great deals on hotels, tours, travel insurance, transfers and more.
Mid November - Mid May
8.30am - 3pm/3.30pm/4pm
There are over 100 trails on each mountain. Whistler has 20% beginner, 55% intermediate and 25% advanced. Blackcomb has 15% beginner, 55% intermediate and 30% advanced.
675m base elevation, 2182m Whistler top elevation, 2284m Blackcomb top elevation
3 high-speed gondolas, 13 high-speed quads, 5 triple chairs & 15 surface lifts
Child and adult ski school catering to all ski and snowboard abilities
Cost of a Day Pass:
There are many parking options available in Whistler.
The nearest international airport is in Vancouver, with Whistler being a two drive north. There are privately-operated shuttles running from Vancouver to Whistler.
There is a large variety of accommodation options to suit all tastes and budgets at Whistler.
Hire a car in Vancouver. Chains are essential so be sure to hire them also.
Skiing and snowboarding are great activities. So you can enjoy the snow with peace of mind, consider travel insurance for your winter holiday.
Whistler hosts many events throughout the winter calendar including the Kokanee Valley Race Series, King of the rail and the Mum's Mountain Classic.
All Inclusive Packages
For an all inclusive ski holiday package including flights, tours, ski passes and more please contact a Flight Centre consultant on 800 11 444 or fill in the enquiry form below.
Download the below PDF for a detailed map of the different trails available at Whistler Blackcomb. On this map, green lines represent beginner trails, red lines are intermediate trails and black lines are advanced trails.