Whistler has been crowned with a staggering number of awards and accolades over the years, and is consistently named as the top resort in North America.
Skiing and Snowboarding at Whistler
Whistler Blackcomb caters to thrill-seekers and families alike. The resort's two mountains offer more than 200 marked runs, three glaciers, 37 lifts and more than 3,307ha/8,171ac of terrain for skiing and snowboarding. There are 16 alpine bowls, steep powder chutes, mogul fields, tree-skiing areas and groomed alpine runs. And the snow? The mountains average 12m/39ft of pristine powder per season.
Whistler also has one of the best sets of terrain parks in North America, with features ranging from technical table tops to scaled-down rails. Treat yourself to heli-skiing or cat-skiing for a quick lift into Whistler's backcountry for genuinely fresh tracks. Backcountry skiing is also popular in Whistler.
Winter Activities in Whistler
Cross-country skiing enthusiasts will enjoy more than 100km/62mi of scenic groomed trails suitable for both classic and skate skiing. Other winter activities include dogsledding, snowmobiling, horse-drawn sleigh rides and snowshoeing.