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Whistler is a Canadian resort town at the foot of the majestic Whistler and Blackcomb mountains in British Columbia. Enormous investment prior to hosting the 2010 Winter Games and an outstanding natural landscape have made Whistler the go-to destination for epic skiing and snowboarding. Ski on one of 200-plus alpine runs, tackle cross-country skiing in the Olympic Park and enjoy the après-ski scene in the cosy squares of Whistler’s vibrant village centre.
Whistler’s two mountains offer 8,000 acres of terrain, more than 1,100 centimetres of snowfall annually and three glaciers. Ride the mammoth Peak-2-Peak gondola that connects them and you can tackle both mountains on the same day. Cross-country ski late into the night at the lit trails of Lost Lake, snowboard at the freestyle terrain parks on Blackcomb and beat the crowds on the mountains with an early-bird pass that gives you the slopes (mostly) to yourself.
While skiing is its best-known attraction, Whistler is a year-round destination. In the summer months, hit the downhill trails of Whistler Mountain Bike Park; charge past tumbling waterfalls on a river-rafting trip; or hike beside scenic lakes and meadows full of wild mountain flowers. For a break from outdoor adventure, tour the Olympic venues and learn how the spirit of the games lives on in Whistler.
Children are enchanted by Whistler’s frosted Christmas-card look and the snow adventures it offers them. In addition to skiing on Whistler’s legendary pistes, youngsters can speed down the tube park in a giant inflatable ring, ride on mini-snowmobiles and take in the snow-covered landscape from the back of a dog sled or horse-drawn sleigh. Summers in Whistler are kid-friendly too, with horseback riding, zip lining and tree adventures all there for the taking.
Whether you’re coming for a serious ski holiday or some family fun in the mountains, you’ll discover there’s much more to Whistler than snow sports – and that’s why so many visitors return time and time again.
Located in Whistler Village, this eco-friendly hotel is steps from Whistler Core Climbing and Fitness Centre and The Range. Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) away.
Whistler Pinnacle Hotel is a block from the shops, restaurants, and nightlife of Whistler Village's pedestrian center. Year-round outdoor activities like skiing and hiking at Whistler and Blackcomb mountains are a 12-minute walk or short trip from the public shuttle stop directly outside the condominium resort.
Crystal Lodge & Suites is in the center of Whistler Village, less than 5 minutes on foot from the gondolas that whisk skiers to the slopes. Guests who fancy a day off the pistes can stroll the pedestrian-friendly village streets. In summer, golfers can play nearby Nicklaus North Golf Course.
Located at the base of Whistler and Blackcomb, this resort has an Alpine-lodge feel and overlooks the gondolas; Whistler Village Square is 1 block away.
Located near the slopes, this Whistler Village hotel is in the mountains and within a 5-minute walk of Blackcomb Excalibur Gondola, Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort, and The Range. Whistler Core Climbing and Fitness Centre and Whistler Village Gondola are also within 5 minutes.
Surrounded by Whistler's trendiest shops as well as popular restaurants and activities, this all-suite hotel is just four blocks from ski lifts and two blocks from the Whistler Conference Center.
Situated one block from Village Square and 2 blocks from the Whistler Conference Centre, this ski-in/ski-out resort is just steps away from the Blackcomb and Whistler ski lifts.