Whistler, British Columbia Canada – A Winter Paradise

Whistler is a winter paradise, with unmatched alpine terrain and striking natural beauty.

A thick blanket of snow covers Whistlers volcanic peaks, massive glaciers, frozen lakes
and towering old-growth forests with magic you’ll want to see it firsthand.

Towering Peaks & glaciers, enchanting valleys & forests, Whistler has scenery to stun!

The Peak 2 Peak Gondola has joined 2 mountains into 1 magnificent resort which means over 8000 acres of skiable
area, more runs, more vertical and more lifts than any other resort in North America… it’s the biggest and one of the best!
Teeming with shops, restaurants and nightlife Whistler’s pedestrian-only village is a  vibrant hub of après ski action.
Some of the longest runs you’ll find anywhere
Legendary après
Family favourite with lots of extra activities
Terrain Summit Base Vertical Lifts Snowfall
Whistler 1925ha 2182m 675m 1530m 19 11.7
Blackcomb 1382ha 2284m 675m 1609m 17 11.7
Vancouver Airport 2.5 hours
150+ Bars and Restaurants
200+ Shops
Insider Tip:

For something a little different head to the Olympic Sliding Centre to experience bobsledding or skeleton – pure adrenalin rush
Lousie Dunn BPT Travel Specialist

Early Bird Discounts for 2024-2025!

Delta Hotels Village Suites

7+ nights and get 40% off, book by 30 Jun.

Valid for 1 & 2 bdrm suites, 2 Jan – 22 Mar 2025. Blackout dates: 14-22 Feb 2025

Westin Resort & Spa

6 Nights and get 30% off.
7+ nights and get 40% off.
10+ nights and get 40% off plus room upgrade 
- book a studio and get a 1bdr Suite.

Early Bird Lessons Sale

Book by 30 Jun 2024 – Limited availability so be quick!

Early Bird Rental Sale

Children <12 free rental package for each paid adult rental of the same duration. Book by 15 Nov 2024

Enquire now!

Whistler Activities

Nestled in the Coast Mountains of British Columbia, just a two-hour drive from Vancouver along the awe-inspiring Sea to Sky Highway. Whistler is a legendary ski destination and both an international mountain sports mecca and a down-to-earth mountain town. Visitors are lured by its world-class mountain infrastructure, natural beauty and unique experiences, then welcomed in by a passionate community who are proud to protect and share this place. There is so many activities on offer.

Skiing / Snowboarding

Between Whistler’s two side-by-side mountains, there’s enough skiable terrain to last multiple lifetimes. The rugged beauty of the landscape, full-on alpine terrain and vast novice areas make Whistler an international ski and snowboard mecca. Feel the thrill of ripping down a snow-covered mountain in a place that’s been on every  passionate skier’s bucket list for over 50 years.

Snow School Lessons

Tackle your personal boundaries head-on and feel your confidence on the slopes hit new heights with lessons and clinics. Whistler Blackcomb is home to some of the top ski and snowboard instructors in the industry, so no matter your level, you’ll improve your technique every time you step into your bindings.

Heli-Skiing / Cat Skiing

Leave the lift lines and chairlifts behind. Find your freedom in Whistler’s endless backcountry terrain by helicopter or snowcat and experience pristine powder that’s the stuff of legend. Big vertical and stunning scenery? Welcome to Whistler.

Cross-Country Skiing

There’s more to Whistler than fat skis and gondola rides. With over 150 km of cross country ski trails across Lost Lake Park, Whistler Olympic Park and Callaghan Country, sliding on skinny skis opens a whole new world of exercise and exhilaration.

Backcountry Tours

Skip the lines and “earn your turns” in Whistler’s rugged backcountry with a professional ski guide. You won’t forget the untracked descents any time soon.

Ziplining

Experience Whistler’s ecology and wildlife by flying through the forest canopy on a thrilling high-wire adventure over creeks and between old-growth trees.

PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola

Connecting the high alpine terrain of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains, the record-breaking PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola immerses you in a 360˚airborne experience. Ski Whistler all  morning, followed by Blackcomb in the afternoon.

Dog Sledding

Be pulled through Whistler’s dramatic wilderness by a team of spirited sled dogs in this quintessentially Canadian experience.

Tube Park

Give the skis and boards a break and hit the bubly™ Tube Park on Blackcomb Mountain. With multiple lanes and 1000 ft of snow-sliding bliss, the kids (and the kids at heart) will be smiling ear to ear from top to bottom.

Snowshoeing

Experience the tranquillity of Whistler’s west coast beauty and towering old-growth forests by strapping on a pair of snowshoes. Embrace a slower pace of adventure by yourself or on a guided tour.

Snowmobiling

No matter if you’re looking for a family-friendly cruise, an epic backcountry expedition or a venture to a rustic cabin for a 3-course steak dinner, you’ll find the right guide and outfitter in Whistler.

Whistler Olympic Plaza

Embrace treasured Canadian pastimes and lace-up your skates or grab your toboggan, right in the heart of Whistler Village.

Vallea Lumina

An immersive light show that sees the forest come alive, Vallea Lumina is a multimedia night walk that shares the awe-inspiring stories of Whistler’s hidden valley. Follow the lighted path and find proof Whistler’s legends are real.

Ice Caves

Take to the sky and fly deep into the Coast Mountains, landing near a remote glacier. Then, wander through its depths in ancient ice caves.

Museums

Whistler’s thriving cultural landscape includes important institutions like the Audain Art Museum and the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre. Highlighting the richness of Canada’s cultural heritage, the Audain houses a  permanent collection of art from British Columbia, in addition to temporary exhibitions. The Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre, the first of its kind in Canada, celebrates diverse cultures.

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