DISCOUNTED LIFT TICKETS
Discounted ski lift tickets MUST be ordered at least
7 days in advance. Early Booking Lift Ticket Special
Expires November 15.
Early Season: Nov.26-Dec.11
Early Season two: Dec.12 -18
Christmas Season: Dec.19-Jan.2
Regular Season: Jan.3- Feb 5
Mid-Season One: Feb.6-Feb.26
Mid-Season Two: Feb.27-Mar.27
Late Season: Mar.28-Apr.17
Senior (65+ yrs.); Adult (19-64 yrs.); Youth (13-18 yrs.); Child (7-12 yrs.); Tot (6 & under) Tots ski free but require a ticket for each day of skiing.
ski lift tickets MUST be ordered at least 7 days
Minimum purchase of 2 out of 3 days skiing required. In the case of overlap between seasons, the season in which the start date falls will apply.
specify the number of tickets desired in each age
category and the start date, or the further information
tickets are offered to guests of Whistler Resort
Homes in conjunction with their purchase of accommodations.
herein in any way limits the Waiver of Liability
printed on each ticket.
SKI AND SNOWBOARD SCHOOL
Let Whistler-Blackcomb’s internationally recognized instructors get you
started on the right boot or moving to the next level of ability in order to
get the most enjoyment out of your skiing or riding experience. There’s a
wide variety of programs available for all ages and abilities - let our
staff book you in the program most suitable for you and save big time during
Discover Whistler Days:
Early Season: November 26-Dec.18
Deep Winter: Jan.18-Feb.5
Spring Skiing: Apr.9-17
WHISTLER SKI AND SNOWBOARD RENTALS
Save up to 30% by booking online with Affinity Sports,
Whistler's largest independent rental provider. Select from a huge range of the latest skis and boards. With 6 great locations to choose from and a shuttle service ready to pick you up, renting could not be easier. Affinity Sports offers personal service and fully tuned equipment from the best brands in the business. Change from skiing to boarding or try different equipment at no extra charge. Affinity Sports also offers a 10% discount on retail clothing and accessories when renting equipment. Call for details on (604) 932 6007 or pop into one their stores.
Everything from Learn to Ride and Family Tours to Intermediate through Advanced sledding atop powder bowls. Some tours include snacks or smokies, or you can feast on BBQ salmon at the trapper’s cabin. See: http://www.cougarmountain.ca and
Experience the wilds of Whistler’s backcountry by one of the world’s most ancient forms of travel. Let the Alaskan Husky sled dogs take you on a trip through the silent evergreens of the Cougar Mountain wilderness. See: http://www.cougarmountain.ca and
If you've ever stood at the top of the world on a clear blue day and gazed at the mounds of icing sugar on the surrounding mountains for as far as the eye can see, then you've surely fantasized about what a treat it would be to float down those virgin pitches of untracked powder. On this trip, make those dreams a reality by booking the ultimate alpine thrill. For packages ranging from 3-6 runs, see: http://www.heliskiwhistler.com/
Experience backcountry powder skiing/boarding on an exclusive mountain where Snowcats are your chairlifts and the open wilderness is your ski run. The fully equipped Bombardier Snowcats comfortably seat 12 in heated passenger cells and allow for panoramic view windows. Ski or board 7000 to 10,000 vertical feet per day. See: http://www.pmcatski.com and
Fly over Fitzsimmons Creek & the spectacular forest valley between Whistler & Blackcomb Mountains at speeds of up to 70 kilometers/hour harnessed onto a steel cable and dangling precariously 100 feet above rocks and rushing water. Four ziplines span a total of over 800 metres - that's half a mile (with heated platforms and snow cat for winter). See: http://www.ziptrek.com
Try Whistler’s ultimate adrenaline rush. Whether winter or summer, bungee jumping high over the Cheakamus River is an exciting adventure. Call 1-888-932-3532 or see: www.whistlerbungee.com
For an unforgettable winter wonderland experience, take a traditional ride behind a majestic team of draft horses with sleigh bells ringing through snow-covered trails and around the shores of spectacular Green Lake. For tours including lunch, dinner or cowboy entertainer see: http://www.blackcombsleighrides.com
Whistler Resort has a variety of backcountry, alpine and valley Nordic
ski opportunities, including the Lost Lake Cross-Country Trail system,
with more than 30 km of trails through diverse and scenic terrain
around Lost Lake and the Chateau Whistler and Nicklaus North Golf
Courses. The trails are impeccably groomed and track set to accommodate
both ski skating and touring, and feature a cozy log warming hut perched
on the shore of Lost Lake. There are also designated trails for snowshoeing.
For your added enjoyment, 4 km. of trails that loop around Lost Lake
are lit from 4-10 pm. at a reduced evening rate.
Ticket Locations - Phone (604)938-PARK for information or see:
Lost Lake Ticket Booth (located just across Lorimer Rd. from
the day skier parking lots) Daily from 9 am to 8:30 pm (lessons
and equipment rentals available on-site).
Meadow Park Sports Centre (located 4 km.-2.5 miles- north of
the Village on Hwy.99) Daily from 6 am (ticket includes use of pool,
hot tub, steam room, and sauna).
Valley Trail between Meadow Park and Rainbow Park is track
set (multi-use) and free.
Visit the Olympic Venue for Cross-Country Skiing at:
SWIMMING & SKATING
With a full fitness facility, squash courts and an ice arena, in addition to the lap pool, kids’ pool, hot tub, steam room and sauna, the Meadow Park Sports Centre is a favourite destination for adults and kids alike. User fees are reasonable and tickets can be purchased in bulk. Phone (604)938-PARK for more information or see: