North America's No. 1 Ski Resort with over 200 runs and 3000 hectares of terrain the biggest ski area in the world outside of Europe.
Whistler, Canada, is much more than just skiing and snowboarding, which is why it attracts thousands of visitors from around the world yearly.
Whistler is located in British Columbia on the West Coast of Canada. Whistler is one of the most popular destinations in the world due to amazing terrain and lift system along with its other winter activities.
|How to get there|
|Closest International Airport: Vancouver:||2.5 hours by bus|
|From Vancouver City:||2 hours by drive|
|From Seattle:||5 hours by drive|
For flights to Vancouver and getting to Whistler, the most common route is to fly into Vancouver on a International flight and take a Shuttle bus transfer is the most convenient and economical way to get to Whistler.
|Ski season:||November to April|
|Mountain Elevation:||1609 meters|
|Snowfall Average:||10 meters|
|Longest Run:||11 km|
|Numbers of Courses:||200+|
|Number of Lifts:||39|
|Terrain:||Beginner: 20%, Intermediate: 55%, Advanced: 25%|
|Whistler Trail Map Click link to PDF file|
Whistler offers various shuttle buses to get around. Some of these buses are free whilst others require a ticket. All shuttle's operate in regular intervals and operate late into the evening and early morning.
Restaurants & Nightlife
Whistler is a multi-cultural destination, which is reflected in its range of international restaurants. Some of the top 5 restaurants and nightlife options available with a Ski Resort are located within Whistler.
Whistler is a large arts and cultural community which offers an variety of festivals including the World Ski & Snowboard Festival, Whistler Film Festival and Bizarre Bazaar.