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A global legend in winter sports, blessed with vast peaks, a long season, varied terrain and impeccable snow record.
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Olympic Standards

What’s that you say? You want a serious ski resort? Okay, what about the resort that hosted a Winter Olympics? Yes, thought you’d like that!

Whistler is seriously huge, which is how it ended up hosting the Vancouver 2010 Games: it’s a global legend in winter sports, blessed with vast peaks, a long season, varied terrain, and an impeccable snow record. The two huge linked mountains, Whistler and Blackcomb, boast more than 8000 acres of terrain, featuring over 200 marked trails, three glaciers, a mile of vertical, and twelve alpine bowls.

'The two huge linked mountains, Whistler and Blackcomb, boast more than 8000 acres of terrain'
Whistler
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Time Difference
Time Difference
GMT - 7
Fly to
Fly to
Vancouver International, Seattle or Bellingham
Airport transfer time
Airport transfer time
Vancouver International: 2 hours 5 minutes approx. Seattle: 4 hours 20 minutes approx. Bellingham: 2 hours 40 minutes approx.
Weather
Weather
December to February is the best time to visit
On and off the slopes, Whistler is an epic resort

And if you’re an expert bringing along a nervous beginner (or vice versa!) then you can be reassured by a huge range of varied levels for skiing and snowboarding.

Whistler has the most slopeside accommodation of any North American resort, so you can get out of bed and head straight to the runs, and the entertainment after hours is seriously excellent, with a huge selection of restaurants ranging from sushi to its very own steakhouse. 

 

On the ski lift for a powder day
On the ski lift for a powder day
Let Red7 organise your ski getaway, whether you want to escape to The Alps, Canada's Whistler or explore Niseko in Japan, we'll organise your perfect trip.

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