Experience the Extraordinary in Whistler, British Columbia, Canada. Whister is consistently ranked one of the best ski resorts in the world.
Whistler, British Columbia - located in the spectacular Coast Mountains, a scenic two-hour drive north of Vancouver - is consistently ranked one of the best ski resorts in the world. Whistler’s unique fusion of award-winning adventures and sophisticated mountain lifestyle create the ultimate luxury winter destination.
From the private limousine or helicopter transfers through the awe-inspiring scenery of the Sea to Sky Corridor to Whistler’s renowned branded hotels and boutique lodges, guests are welcomed with impeccable service. Everything required for a seamless vacation is at your fingertips, from informative concierges to elegant accommodations with in-house spas, restaurants, ski and snowboard rentals and more.
On the slopes consistent snow and extensive alpine terrain combine to create Whistler’s exceptional skiing experience an annual average of 11.74 meters or 38.5 feet of snow. Take an exclusive ski lesson with a private guide or resident Olympian to discover two side-by-side mountains linked by the record-breaking PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola and learn winning techniques while you explore over 200 runs and 8171 acres of deep coastal snow. For those seeking unlimited, untracked powder the heli-skiing access around Whistler is second to none.
The unforgettable winter experiences continue off the slopes. Breathtaking helicopter sightseeing trips, remote glacier snowmobile tours and bobsleigh rides provide thrills for the adventurous while a selection of spas, boutique shops and art galleries cater to those who wish to relax and unwind.
The charming pedestrian-only village provides endless opportunities for sumptuous meals at award-winning restaurants, late-night fireside chats in lounges and gentle strolls through the twinkling lights and snow-covered streets with the exciting atmosphere only a mountain town can have. Whatever you seek in a winter retreat – you’ll find it in Whistler.