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Beneath Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains, bustling Whistler has the reputation of being home to the largest ski resort in North America. In addition to this, the village enjoys chalet-style accommodations in the winter landscape that make it a magical destination to stay, especially during the winter. With numerous restaurants, shops, and cafés throughout the village and countless fun activities in the surrounding turquoise lakes and pine forests, this adventurous tourist destination is one of the best in British Columbia!Luxury chalets with hot tub, sauna, and snow-capped mountain views
Whistler's modern luxury chalets within the village and on the doorstep of the wilderness offer an array of exquisite amenities for you to enjoy after your mountain adventure. Enjoy the hot tub and sauna after a day of snowshoeing, take in the views of the snow-capped peaks and forests from the balcony, and relax with a hot chocolate with marshmallows on the comfy sofa in front of the fireplace. The contemporary style will provide you with floor-to-ceiling windows that offer plenty of natural light and views of the stunning mountain scenery from your bedroom, living room, and kitchen.
Travelers and activities
With over 200 slopes combining thrilling descents and breathtaking scenery, Whistler Blackcomb ski resort offers more options than almost any other mountain destination in the world! Best of all, during the summer you can still enjoy winter activities as Whistler Blackcomb also offers the longest ski season of any resort in Canada. You can discover many more activities beyond skiing and snowboarding such as snowmobiling and tobogganing, snowshoeing, heli-skiing, and more- there's too much to enjoy in one day here. The breathtaking mountain scenery, glistening snow, and crisp air of Whistler Blackcomb is something every winter lover should experience at least once in their lifetime.Whistler for mountain biking lovers
In addition to glacier skiing, during the summer you can ride the challenging trails at Whistler Mountain Bike Park. You can get your adrenaline pumping in four different zones with over 80 km of trails and descend 1,500 vertical meters. At Fitzsimmons Zone, you'll find over 5 levels of difficulty with a trail to suit every rider. But If you are an intermediate to advanced rider, the Garbanzo Zone is ideal for you. While in the Creekside Gondola, you can explore trails for advanced and expert riders only. Finally, the Peak Zone offers a mind-blowing experience with some of the best riding in the world! The Whistler Mountain Bike Park is considered the number one lift-accessed downhill bike park in the world and has more terrain than any other bike park in North America.
Along with Vancouver, Whistler had the honour of hosting the 2010 Winter Olympics
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A ride on the Peak 2 Peak Gondola is an impressive and unmissable experience in Whistler! Take a ride on the special glass-bottomed gondola, soar 436 meters, gaze at the extraordinary scenery of snow-capped mountains and lush forests and enjoy the best gondola ride in the world. Spanning a distance of over two kilometers between Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains, this gondola holds a record in the Guinness Book of World Records as the highest cable car above ground.2. Enjoy incredible tree-top adventures with Ziptrek Ecotours
Ziptrek's adventures offer a network of zip lines and suspension bridges that are not to be missed. Experience a heart-stopping adventure on the Eagle Tour and descend to a height of 1. 000 meters; enjoy an eco-adventure crossing suspension bridges, walkways, and trails on the Bear Tour; zip-line through an ancient snowy forest for an exhilarating experience on the Après de Winter Tour; have fun with a 10 zip-line ultra adventure on the Mammoth Tour; and discover the bird's-eye view of the cedar canopy and the gentle sway of the suspension bridges on the Jungle Tour.3. Join a magical nocturnal excursion in Vallea Lumina
Take a twilight expedition to explore a long-lost trail and discover a mysterious secret valley. Whistler's forests come alive at night and are filled with lights, sound and special effects at Vallea Lumina. This one-of-a-kind experience brings you to a world full of adventure and enchantment, created by Moment Factory, a world leader in multimedia. Nature will be enhanced in front of your eyes with hundreds of colors as you walk along a 1.5 km trail. You will watch a story along the way as you reach a hidden valley where stardust falls from the sky.4. Wrap yourself in Whistler's illuminated Christmas atmosphere
Christmas in Whistler is a cherished time of year, filled with joy and thousands of lights adorning the trees and mountains that will captivate your eyes. During the vacations, enjoy events like Fire and Ice, a free show with an electric mix of music, dancing and spinning fire, and watch world-class athletes spin through a ring of fire. Then, when the night is over, be dazzled by the fireworks display and enjoy a special Christmas meal at Whistler's restaurants. Christmas in Whistler, it's something truly special that you've got to experience sometime in your life.5. Cross the breathtaking Cloudraker Skybridge
Open only in summer, the Cloudraker Skybridge is one of Whistler Mountain's top attractions and offers some of the best views in all of British Columbia. Walk across this metal bridge that spans 130 meters over a chasm, go from Whistler Peak to the West Ridge and see the unobstructed views at the Raven's Eye observation deck at the top of the West Ridge. This attraction is located at the highest point of the mountain, so it's not for those afraid of heights.6. Explore Blackcomb Mountain's alpine ecosystem
Ride the gondolas to access the trails that wind through the volcanic landscape of Blackcomb Mountain. You'll discover more than 50 km of marked trails with stunning views of alpine lakes and hillsides covered in colorful wildflowers. Or try hiking the trails up Blackcomb and take an exhilarating uphill hike and meander through coastal rainforest from Whistler's valley floor to Rendezvous Lodge. It is recommended that you never hike alone and wear a rattle to avoid surprising bears on any of the hikes.7. Revive your body and mind at Scandinave Spa
Immersed in a forest of spruce and cedar trees, north of Whistler Village, Scandinave Spa offers a haven of relaxation after a long day of skiing or hiking. Experience true luxury, relieve stress with a Swedish or deep tissue massage and relax your muscles with hydrotherapy in the hot tubs and waterfalls with mountain and valley views. A visit to this luxury spa will release endorphins (feel-good hormones) and improve blood flow to your skin. Whistler is not only about adventure, but also relaxation.