Whistler, Canada: Consistently ranked the number one resort in North America
Whistler features two majestic mountains, epic skiing and snowboarding conditions, four championship golf courses, hiking trails, and arguably the best mountain bike park in the world.
Home to the Offical Alpine SKiing venue for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, Whistler is a friendly ski town located in British Columbia, Canada and is home to almost 10,000 residents.
Some of the many things that make Whistler so special are two unbelievable mountains – Whistler and Blackcomb.
Side by side, they represent over 8000 acres of skiable terrain, rising a mile above the valley of Whistler.
Located in the Coastal Mountains of BC, Whistler is approximately 115 kilometres (72 miles) from Vancouver. There is little need for a car once in Whistler, so if you are flying into Vancouver, the best way to get here is by bus, limousine or charter plane.Footsteps from the hill, mountain views, and ample patio space are characteristics of Whistler’s favorite après spots. Typically, there’s live music and plenty of people when the lifts close.
Yet après spots in Whistler are unique. Whether it’s location, music, food, or atmosphere that’s important, there’s an après spot in Whistler to fit any skier or snowboarder’s fancy.
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- Vertical: 5,020 ft (1,530 m)
- Top elevation: 7,160 ft (2,182 m)
- Base elevation: 9,712 ft (2,960 m)
- Skiable area: 4,757 acres (1,925 hectares)
- Runs: 100+
- 20% easy
- 55% intermediate
- 25% advanced
- Longest run: Peak to Creek - 7 miles (11 km)
- 9 (plus PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola)
- 2 high-speed gondolas
- 1 high-speed 6-pack
- 6 high-speed quads
- 2 triple chairs
- 8 surface lifts