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Snowboarding in Whistler Mountain, Whistler, British Columbia Canada

Average snowfall:
10 m / 33 ft
Terrain parks:
6
Whistler is a Canadian resort town that owns the largest ski resort in North America.

Whistler Blackcomb is located at 125 km/77 mi in the north of Vancouver, in British Columbia. The spot offers by far the greatest uphill lift capacity and the highest vertical arena for ski practice. With 10 m/33 ft of snowfall, wide glaciers, steep chutes, glided runs and six terrain parks, this is the most suitable place to practice snowboarding.

A winter sport in which a rider descents the slope, covered with snow, using a board and the special boots that help the practitioner to stand. Whistler Blackcomb camp offers a variety of lessons, if you want to try out snowboarding or to improve your skills.

How to Get to Destination

BY CAR FROM Vancouver
77.8 miles (124 km), 1 hour 40 minutes
Follow Georgia Street heading west (Hwy 99) through Stanley Park (the Causeway) across the Lions Gate Bridge. As the city splits into North and West Vancouver you want to follow the signs to enter West Vancouver. You will now be on Marine Drive.The first intersection you come to will be Marine Drive and Taylor Way. Stay in the right lane and turn right up Taylor Way towards the mountains. You will pass two sets of lights on Taylor Way-at the third set of lights turn left to connect to Highway 99 to Whistler.
BY AIR
Vancouver International Airport,
83.15 miles (135 km)

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