Whistler Blackcomb
Whistler Blackcomb
4.5
Mountains • Ski & Snowboard Areas • Cross-country Ski Areas
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8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Monday
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Tuesday
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Wednesday
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Thursday
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Friday
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Saturday
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Sunday
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
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Whistler Blackcomb is a four-season resort located in Canada’s Coast Mountains north of Vancouver. Proudly holding the title of the largest ski resort in North America, Whistler Blackcomb offers 8171 acres of terrain for skiers and riders of all ability levels. With an average annual snowfall of over 10 metres, the resort enjoys a long winter season that stretches into late May. Glacier skiing on the upper reaches of Blackcomb Mountain is even possible during summer months! A true four-season resort, guests enjoy some of the world’s best mountain biking & alpine hiking during summer months. Events such as the Crankworx mountain biking festival and activities such as ziplining and wildlife tours make a summer visit to the resort a must. At Whistler Blackcomb, passion for the outdoors runs year-round.
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GoldCoastLozza
Palm Beach, Australia71 contributions
Friends
Did the Gondola trip up Blackcomb mountain. Spotted a grizzly bear amongst the trees. Due to the summer end could not do the Peak to Peak gondola. Was still a great day
Written September 16, 2022
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Martin B
Whyteleafe, UK86 contributions
We mt our guide as organised and Jeanie was very good. She drove sensibly and supplied binoculars and obviously knew her stuff. We got to see some bears, which was great, some marmots and a few birds. Because of the trip and the stunning scenery we felt we had no need to to do the gondola, a good saving! The only downside was the online waiver, which was a bit of a faff.
Written September 4, 2022
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Ron A
3 contributions
Since it was taken over by an American Company it feels like the resort has lost its soul. The call center that was located in Whistler is now in the Philippines. The staff on the hill don't see to care and the place generally just seems very corporate. Big white, silver star, apex, sun peaks are all worth the drive.
Written September 1, 2022
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Worldskier1977
Ottawa, Canada2 contributions
Whistler and blackbomb were undeniably in the top 3 of north american ski resorts in the 1990s, unfortunatly, the last 15 years for the mountains have been a complete disappointment and the sking experience has gotten far worse to the point that I wouldnt even put it in the top 10 North American resorts with Coloroda, Montana, and Utah heavily stepping up the guest experience in the last 10 years unlike resorts across canada. To start, the lines at this resort even on a Wednesday are terribly bad with guests having to wait between 15-55 minutes waiting in line for any lift on the mountain aside from p2p that doesnt serve any terrain, the bottom 30% of the mountain is hardly even skiable 80% of the year with the constant BC rain making for terrible snow conditions and terrain, whistler village adjusting for the currency conversion is nearly 50% more expensive than Aspen while having significantly inferior quality accommodations, food, and atmosphere. Not to mention for non canadians, you are forcibly required to use our authoritariean governments arrivecan app that forces non canadians to provide the corrupt canadian government with highly personal health and medical prescription information to random bureaucrats in Ottawa. Whistler embodies Canadas decline since 2015 in both guest experience, and personal liberties being highly restricted. As a canadian, I would highly recomend americans and europeans going to far better and friendlier resorts in Washington, Colorado, Montana, Utah, and Nevada
Written August 7, 2022
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syke930
Victoria, Canada150 contributions
Couples
Summer visit. Amazing views!! There were no waits for the gondolas. We went on a little hike on the Whistler side which was very strenuous in the blistering sun. Take water and snacks if you plan to do this. Watch your step, I tripped over a path marker (1 ft tall) and fell but thank god it wasn't near a cliff!!!
Written July 31, 2022
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jacqui43
Spalding, UK656 contributions
Couples
Whilst visiting Whistler we rode on the Whistler gondola up the mountain then the peak to peak and it was absolutely amazing. The gondolas weren’t too busy and in two of the rides we had a gondola to ourselves which was brilliant. The views at the peak of the mountain and the peak to peak were outstanding, we couldn’t have hoped for more. There was snow on top of the mountain so throwing snowballs in the middle of a heatwave was strange. If you plan to visit Whistler you must do this, it’s exceptional.
Written July 29, 2022
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Paula S
L'Escala, Spain34 contributions
We went on a really great bear tour in Whistler and saw eight different bears some in really close proximity and for time to really observe them as well as photograph them. Also we shown bear hibernation places and given so much fascinating information by Teresa it was such an enjoyable and educational trip.
Just four of us in a 4x4 was a real luxury in terms of space and time that was very worthwhile.
Written July 29, 2022
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Dominik P
9 contributions
Couples
We bought the one day ticket for the gondolas and were able to go to the top of Whistler Mountain then to Blackcomb via the Peak2Peak gondola. The views were great, the staff was super nice every time and there were almost no queues for hikers (only bikers). BTW: The ticket is a bit pricey but it is definitely worth it!!!
Written July 16, 2022
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Peter R
Buderim, Australia2,315 contributions
We saw 9 black bears close up which was just amazing. Lots of photos and we also got to see the ski jump which was used in the winter Olympics
Written July 10, 2022
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Junnaid
Karachi, Pakistan396 contributions
Whistler, British Columbia CANADA
Situated in the Northern Vancouver B.C side ( home to Whistler Blackcomb,). It is known for the first Winter Olympics held in 2010 and has the largest ski resort. We visited it in June 2022 and it was hot. From our home ( Delta ) to Whistler take around via Trans-Canada Hwy 2 Hours approx.
It gives you a feeling of mini Switzerland or Austria.
Written July 6, 2022
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