Whistler-Blackcomb

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It is the unmistakable energy of this inspiring destination, and recent Host Mountain Resort for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, that makes it truly special. Whistler’s vibrant Village, numerous outdoor activity options and two spectacular mountains connected by the world record-breaking PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola combine to create a natural playground with expansive opportunities for adventure. Abundant snow blankets Whistler’s dramatic landscape including the largest amount of skiable terrain in North America. You’ll cherish the powerful connections you’ll create with the people and with the beauty of this incredible place.
The size of Whistler is staggering. With over 14 alpine bowls, four glaciers, 200 trails, 8,171 acres of terrain, and two new lifts installed for the 2013/14 season the choice of where and what to ski on either mountain seems endless. Its spectacular peaks at 7500 feet won’t leave you gasping, while you can still experience it all in one leg-burning run, dropping more than a vertical mile.
Consistently rated the #1 mountain resort in North America and among the best four-season resorts in the world, Whistler is simply spectacular.

NEW THIS SEASON
ENJOY THE (BETTER) RIDE- Loading guests to the top of Whistler Mountain since 1988, Whistler Blackcomb will send its original cabins into retirement.  The replacement cabins will have the capacity to comfortably seat 8 passengers at a time with outside racks for gear.  Improvements will also be made to lift terminals at the base, at the “mid” Olympic Station, and at the top by Roundhouse Lodge.

RFID (Radio Frequency Identification Device)-
Integrated into your lift ticket, the chip (RFID) will allow hands-free access so that you can go straight to the lift- no fumbling for your pass required!  Access gates will automatically register and open so that you can ride the lift without handling your lift ticket.
 
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