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Get ready to catch some serious air when you make your next adventure a Whistler ski vacation. The Whistler-Blackcomb mountains are suitable for any level of skier, from beginners to experts, and what better place to test your skill than at the former home of the XXI Olympic Winter Games?
Whistler skiing is one of the greatest adventures you’ll ever experience. Pick your hotel and get started on the vacation of a lifetime.
Start out your Whistler ski vacation by hitting both mountains – the Peak-2-Peak Gondola offers eye-popping views of this alpine valley while transporting you from Whistler to Blackcomb and back again. Once you’re actually on one of the mountains, it’s time to choose from over 200 trails that cater to all varieties of skiing. Are you hoping for cross-country skiing, heli-skiing, or backcountry skiing? You’re covered. Whistler also has areas devoted to snowmobiling, snowboarding, and ice climbing, so even if you aren’t the best at balancing on narrow platforms, there’s plenty of snow-related activities for you.
A long day of skiing and playing in the powder is best followed up with a night of relaxation, good food, and above all, warmth at one of many outstanding hotels in the area. Gather around the lobby fireplace at night to swap stories with fellow skiers, or head to the on-site restaurant for a warm meal that will stick to your stomach and refuel you for the adventures ahead. Many venues offer ski storage, so you won’t have to lug your dripping equipment all the way up to your room. Snag a lodging that offers ski in/ski out access so you can minimize the time it takes to get from your room to the peaks.
Book your ski hotel or Whistler ski packages through Expedia.ca and get the best rates, guaranteed. Not looking for the ski trip to end all skip trips? Don’t worry; we can also get you outstanding deals on other hotels in Whistler, which will keep you happy even if you aren’t plowing through the snow.