50° 6' 19.7388" N, 122° 56' 45.3876" W
General info: 

Whistler and Blackcomb are two mountains that sit side by side, providing skiers and snowboarders over 200 trails spread out on 8,171 acres of skiable terrain (the most in all of North America), 16 alpine bowls and 3 glaciers. Whistler Blackcomb benefits from over 469 inches of average annual snowfall and a wide variety of terrain that caters to all abilities and ages. The Peak 2 Peak Gondola provides access between the two mountains. The resort is also home to 17 mountain restaurants as well as accomodations for all budgets in the Village.

BASE: 2214ft
SUMMIT: 7493ft

Gondolas: 4
Chairs: 17
Surface: 16


DAY PASS ADULTS weekday: CAD$98.00
DAY PASS CHILDREN weekday: CAD$98.00
DAY PASS ADULTS weekend: CAD$98.00
DAY PASS CHILDREN weekend: CAD$98.00

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