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Skiing in Whistler Blackcomb Mountains, North Vancouver, British Columbia Canada

Vertical Drop:
5278 ft (1608.7 m)
Top Elevation:
7493 ft (2283.9 m)
Base Elevation:
2214 ft (674.83 m)
Trails:
200
Whistler Blackcomb is one of the largest and most famous ski resorts in North America. It is located north of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Whistler Blackcomb features the Peak 2 Peak Gondola, which offers easy access between Whistler and Blackcomb mountains at the top. It is worth noting that this resort is visited by 2 million visitors per year.

Visiting the most popular ski resort, which provides the best conditions, guarantees a comfortable staying. You have the opportunity to watch many interesting events, get in touch with nature, relax and feel as much adventure as you need. This spot is ideal in both winter and summer season. So, make the right decision, visit this place and share the adventure of alpine skiing with your friends. Having excellent conditions and a wide range of activities, it is impossible to get bored in this resort.

The resort offers a vertical drop of 5278 ft (1608.7 m), a top elevation of 7493 ft (2283.9 m) and a base elevation of 2214 ft (674.83 m). There are 200 trails, which are tailored to serve all your needs and abilities. You find 35 trails for easy skiing, 110 for difficult skiing, 35 for very difficult and for experts, 20 trails are available to help them feel the adrenaline at the highest level.

For beginners, a ski school is available to teach them how to perform their favorite sport with safety and fun. The longest run from peak to creek is 11 km (6.8 mi). For your comfort, the spot also provides 4 gondolas, 13 high-speed quad chairlifts, 5 chairlifts and 16 surface lifts with lift capacity 65,507 skiers/ hour.

Whistler Blackcomb hosted the alpine skiing events for both men’s and women’s Olympic and Paralympic disciplines of downhill skiing. The peak season to enjoy alpine skiing is from October to March. Give yourself the opportunity to escape from the daily routine, become one with the snow environment and fill your life with a lot of positive energy.

How to Get to Destination

BY CAR FROM Vancouver
124 km, 76,8 miles, 1 hour 40 minutes.
Follow the BC_99 N.
BY CAR FROM Richmond
144 km, 89,7 miles, 2 hours 3 minutes.
Follow the BC_99 N.
BY AIR
Vancouver International Airport,
68,4 km, (42,5 miles)
BY TRAIN

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