Whistler Ski Holidays
Skiing in Whistler
The combined ski area of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains is so big that you could stay for more than a week and never ski the same run twice! The season is long with plenty of fresh powder, plus the après on a Whistler ski holiday is the best anywhere!
Our Recommendations for Your Next Whistler Ski Holiday
Discover North America’s biggest ski resort this season. Take a look at this incredible Whistler ski package below.
Ski Whistler – 7 Nights
* Ski Canada’s largest resort
* Two mountain peaks of Whistler & Blackcomb
* Experience the record-breaking Peak 2 Peak Gondola
* 7 nights’ hotel in Whistler
* Return flights to Vancouver & transfers
* Save up to 50% on ski hotels
7 nights from £854
2023 departures available
Other Popular Ski Packages
In addition to the best-selling SKI WHISTLER
7 night holiday, you can find a range
of alternative ski packages
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There you will find longer stay trips,
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Whistler Blackcomb consistently offers the most reliable snow conditions, receiving an average of 11.7 metres of snow per year.
November – 254cm
December – 211cm
January – 207cm
February – 142cm
April – 97cm
May – 19cm
Get to Know Whistler
Whistler is the best-known ski resort in Canada and one of the world’s most famous. The two connected mountain peaks of Whistler and Blackcomb together make up the biggest ski area in North America. The resort boasts an impressive 8,100+ acres of skiable terrain. Plus, the ski-in, ski-out Whistler Village is legendary thanks to its lively après, 90 bars and restaurants and over 200 shops. Plus, it’s only a 90-minute transfer from Vancouver Airport, which is why it is a hugely popular destination for ski holidays.
All All-Round Resort
The resort’s ideal for a family ski holiday in Whistler as it’s a real all-rounder. The ski school and abundance of green runs make it perfect for novices. For more advanced skiers, the high open bowls offer endless possibilities. The ski accommodation in Whistler Village means you can have a quiet night if you like or stay in the heart of Whistler’s vibrant atmosphere and buzzing après scene. For non-skiers, there’s plenty on offer including snow-tubing, zip lines and spas.
Award-Winning Ski Area
Whistler and Blackcomb boast some incredible mountain statistics which is why the resort has won so many awards. The two side-by-side mountains offer over 200 marked runs, 8,171 acres of terrain, 16 alpine bowls, and 3 glaciers. Thanks to the Peak 2 Peak Gondola – the world’s longest free-span lift – you can experience them both on the same day of your Whistler ski holiday. And if you’re into the backcountry, expect steep chutes, alpine-style bowls and legendary heli-skiing terrain.
This is the true heart of the Whistler ski resort – the hub with access to all lifts and amenities. Friendly Whistler Village is fully pedestrianised and is packed full of shops, lively restaurants and galleries. It’s joined to Village North by an overpass (5-10 minute walk) and is a 10-minute walk to the base of Upper Village. The hotels here are the closest to the gondolas, and our favourites are the Crystal Lodge and Suites and the Aava Hotel.
When to Ski in Whistler
Although Whistler is magical throughout the ski season, we’d recommend getting in early, from mid-November to late December. With abundant early season snowfall (averaging 2.4 meters or about 8 feet in November alone!), smaller crowds, some of the best prices of the season, and a wonderfully festive atmosphere as you get closer to the holidays, it’s easy to see why the early season is such a great time to visit.
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We belong, not just to a place, but to a feeling. A pulse-racing, heart-pounding, eyes-wide-open, breath-catching feeling. It’s deeper than goosebumps, cooler than chills and wilder than awe. And it makes getting more out of life a way of life. Here, we make our mark, exploring this rugged and wild space, indulging our senses — young at heart, bold in spirit, free in our celebrations. Here, thrill runs deep. Welcome to Whistler.