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Published on : Wednesday, August 17, 2016
With two side-by-side mountain playgrounds claiming 8,171 acres of terrain and over 200 marked runs that play host to one of the longest ski seasons in North America, winter in Whistler is a big deal. After last season brought over 41 feet of total snowfall, Whistler and Blackcomb mountains will open November 24, 2016 to do it all again. Spend some time exploring Whistler during this celebrated season and you’ll discover that while winter is a big deal, it’s the little things that add up to make it so unforgettable.
From your arrival journey along the stunning Sea to Sky highway to the first breaths taken in the high alpine air, Whistler vacationers will see first-hand how the little details make up the biggest experiences. Hunt for fresh tracks, score tips from the local powder hunters on the chairlift, refuel with a view in one of the unique on-mountain huts or simply stop and take a moment to marvel in the different sights from valley to peak.
The list of activities and experiences is endless and expands with each season. Get caught up in the contagious energy and atmosphere of the Village, home to everything from foodie-favourites to quick quintessential Canadian eats. Keep your boots on and let loose at an iconic Whistler après-ski session or slow down and spend the day at the spa. Get inspired by the growing number of arts and culture offerings or take the alternate route and shock the system with an adrenaline-packed adventure.
The list of little things that will make your visit to Whistler’s winter wonderland one for the books are up to you, but these classic itineraries will help get you started.
Make this the winter you experience the magic of the little things in Whistler. Book by August 31 for the biggest savings on an incomparable winter getaway. Winter packages start at $101 CAD per person, per night for seven nights’ accommodation and five-day lift ticket and free accommodation, lift tickets and rental equipment for kids 12 and under.