Celebrate Winter in Whistler
In Whistler, British Columbia, you don’t need to look far to find reasons to celebrate winter. The alpine receives an average of 33.5 feet of snow per year, fresh flakes blanket the largest amount of skiable terrain in North America and the world record-breaking PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola connects the side-by-side Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. Discover the unforgettable thrill of a Whistler snow day. After an epic skiing and snowboarding experience, enjoy the vibrant village and Whistler’s famous hospitality as you share the many highlights of a day well played.
While downhill skiing and snowboarding are legendary in Whistler, the activity options in this winter wonderland are as varied as they are thrilling. Opportunities for family fun — including dog sledding, ziplining, the Tube Park and more — are abundant. Ask about lift ticket deals and the “Kids Ski and Rent Free” offer.
The unmistakable energy of this inspiring destination, consistently rated as the number one ski resort in North America, makes it truly special. Book your Whistler 2010 / 2011 winter vacation early and look forward to experiencing Whistler’s unique magic — from the twinkling lights of the village to the sparkling snow on the slopes.
Discover Whistler This Winter:
- Located approximately 75 miles from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada via the improved Sea to Sky Highway
- Largest amount of skiable terrain in North America — 8,171 acres
- Abundant family-friendly winter activity options including ski and snowboard lessons for children
- Both Whistler Mountain and Blackcomb Mountain are currently scheduled to be open from November 25, 2010 to April 25, 2011
When you begin thinking about your mountain vacation, take a look at the great Whistler specials on our website and please give us a call at 888-525-7547. One of our Mountain Vacation Specialists will help you narrow down your choices based on your interests and budget, find the best dates for travel and then customize a package for you that can include big discounts.