Whistler, Canada - 365 Days to Play
Whistler, British Columbia, has one of the most desirable and breathtaking locations in Canada and has been annually voted one of the favourite ski destinations in North America, not to mention being co-host to the hugely successful 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. Whistler and Blackcomb mountains are a haven for skiers and snowboarders. Experience the Peak 2 Peak Gondola, spanning both mountains and making over 8,000 combined acres of skiable terrain even more accessible. From summer golf, hiking and zip-line tours to water sports and world-class mountain biking, the all-season adventures continue. Whether you venture out for skiing or simply to enjoy the charms of pedestrian-only Whistler Village, expect award-winning hospitality and service excellence when you come home to Pan Pacific Village Centre.
Four Seasons of Adventure
Whistler Blackcomb offers skiing and snowboarding for all ability levels, from tree skiing to wide-open cruising runs. Cross-country skiers can also find 130 kms of perfectly groomed trails to explore Whistler's winter wonderland. When the snow melts, golf enthusiasts take to the links, tackling four championship designer courses. Summer at our Whistler, British Columbia resort also brings the thrills of fishing, horseback riding, mountain biking and many water sports like canoeing, kayaking and wake-boarding.
Whistler Olympic Park
Surrounded by towering peaks, rushing waterfalls, glacial lakes and pristine forest, Whistler Olympic Park will take your breath away. Located 18 km south of Whistler in the stunning Callaghan Valley, Whistler Olympic Park is the first Olympic Nordic venue to include all three traditional Nordic sport stadiums in one site: cross-country, ski jumping and biathlon.
Whistler hosted the 2010 Olympic Games competitions in ski jumping, Nordic combined, cross-country skiing and biathlon, as well as the 2010 Paralympic Games cross-country skiing and biathlon events. Featuring 40 km of expertly groomed cross-country ski trails at a variety of skill levels (both skate and classic), the Park also offers lit trails for night skiing, snowshoe trails, a biathlon range and stadium, towering ski jumps, incredible views and a relaxing day lodge to warm up and chill out.
Whistler Village Resort
Open only to pedestrian traffic, Whistler Village looks as if it's been transported straight from the Swiss Alps. Located close to the ski areas, the cobblestone paths surrounding our Whistler Village hotel location are teeming with unique boutiques, galleries and cafes. Nightlife in Whistler, BC features casually elegant dining and a vibrant club scene.
Whistler, Canada Traveler Info:
Shopping & Business Hours :
10:00 – 10:00
12% HST, 2% Hotel Tax
Pacific Standard Time
15%-20% for services rendered is recommended
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