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No matter your skill level, Whistler, British Columbia, gives you the chance to experience the slopes of one of North America's most treasured ski destinations. And rest assured, your two resorts are Vacation Ready, so you can spend less time worrying and more time exploring. Find inspiration for your next adventure below and book your stay today.

Walking in a Whistler wonderland.
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Located just two hours north of Vancouver, the picturesque village of Whistler sits at the base of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. This world-renowned ski resort is rich in Olympic history, serving as the official Host Mountain Resort of the 2010 Winter Games. Nestled high atop the pristine cliffs of British Columbia, Whistler gives visitors the chance to live the mountain lifestyle and gain inspiration from a new vantage point. Discover stunning views of the snowcapped Coast Mountains, the charm and delight of Whistler Village, and the thrill of winter activities for young and old alike.

With heightened safety measures in place, including advanced reservations systems, a Doors Open Directory, and social distancing, you can explore everything the great Canadian outdoors has to offer with piece of mind. You can also trust that your resorts are Vacation Ready, welcoming you back with the highest levels of cleanliness and health safety standards in place. Take in a breath of fresh air from WorldMark Whistler - Sundance, or WorldMark Whistler - Cascade Lodge. Both of your resorts are surrounded by the natural, wild beauty of the alpine terrain, and near a variety of exciting attractions and unforgettable experiences.

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Skiing and snowboarding on Whistler Blackcomb

From first-time skier to expert thrill-seeker, all skill levels are welcome on Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. If you're new to winter sports, schedule a lesson at the Whistler Blackcomb Ski and Snowboard School. Once you're ready to hit the slopes, be sure to purchase lift tickets in advance. A new reservations system will also manage capacity to allow for social distancing.

Passenger Bobsleigh Experience

Whistler was built on a dream that it would one day host Olympic glory. That dream came true with the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics. If you're going for gold, the Passenger Bobsleigh Experience is a must. With a trained pilot, you and your team will reach speeds of up to 77 mph on Canada's only official Olympic bobsleigh track.

Canadian Dog Sledding

Capture the thrill of British Columbia's winter landscape on a dog sled ride steeped in Canadian folklore. Dog sledding was invented by the native and Inuit people in northern Canada. Experience this wondrous ride as you mush through the majestic, wooded trails of Callaghan Valley led by your faithful dog team. Advance reservations are required.

Snowmobiles by moonlight

Nighttime thrills begin at dusk. Hop aboard a snowmobile and discover the snow-covered Callaghan backcountry under a backdrop of stars. And to satisfy your growing appetite, your journey takes you to a rustic cabin on Sproatt Mountain where a 3-course steak dinner awaits. Be sure to dress warmly and book your reservations in advance.

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Whistler Village

The start of everyday excitement begins in Whistler Village. Get a lay of the land with an open-air walk down the pedestrian-only Village Stroll, discover countless retailers and local merchants in Village Center and Village North, and take in a few laps at the Whistler Olympic Plaza ice skating rink.

PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola

At its highest point, the Whistler PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola 360 Experience soars 1,427 feet over the valley floor between Blackcomb and Whistler Mountains. The lift connects riders from the Whistler Village Gondola, across the valley, down the new Blackcomb Gondola, and back up again. The stunning ride offers exquisite 360-degree views of the surrounding mountains, glaciers, and forestry.

Eagle watching in Squamish

Grab your water-proof rubber boots and take in breathtaking views of Squamish from the Cheakamus River on the Eagle Viewing and Wilderness Float. Just 30 minutes outside of Whistler, this half-day tour offers views of one of the world's largest concentrations of bald eagles. Catch a glimpse of these awe-inspiring birds as you float down the glacial fed river.


During ski season, the Whistler sun begins to set between 3-4 p.m. As the daylight fades, apres is your time celebrate. Share stories of white powder conquest over craft beers, tasty treats and savory bites. Take a stroll through the village, try the popular Longhorn Saloon (and their legendary nachos), or refer to the Doors Open Directory to pick your apres ski bar spot.

Scandinave Spa

After so much activity in Whistler Blackcomb, treat yourself to a rest day at the Scandinave Spa Whistler. Open at reduced capacity, the Scandinave Spa offers a traditional hydrotherapy experience, an ancient Scandinavian practice, in a safe, soothing environment. This unique practice requires silence from all spa guests. Find your calm and book your appointment.

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Peaked Pies

You may not expect it in the majestic Coast Mountains of Canada, but Australian fare found a second home in Whistler. Truly authentic Aussie comfort food starts with a flaky Australian meat pie topped with creamy mashed potatoes, fresh green peas, and warm gravy. Breakfast, lunch, or dinner, Peaked Pies offers handmade Australian pies that are second to none. $

Hunter Gather

For local mountain flare, try Hunter Gather. This eatery and tap house is the perfect Upper Village spot to enjoy apres with family and friends over craft brews and delicious barbeque. Share a signature poutine bowl followed by a flavorful smoked salmon or brisket. Vegetarian options and a kid's menu are also available for breakfast, lunch and dinner. $$


If you're looking for a taste of the Pacific Northwest, The Rimrock Cafe serves up some of the freshest seafood and game in Whistler. Opened in 1986, the rustic restaurant is a staple of fine dining in the village. With an emphasis on quality and service, the charming eatery offers spaced indoor seating to celebrate any occasion. Advanced reservations are recommended. $$$

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