Whistler Blackcomb Safety

Whistler Blackcomb has identified 'uncompromising safety' as a core value for our company

We hope that you will find this area of our website useful, and will help support our efforts to ensure that you and other guests have a fun and safe visit.

Check out our featured videos: "Terrain Park Etiquette" hosted by Nev Lapwood and "Respect", hosted by Olympic Gold Medalist Ashleigh McIvor - Learn about the Alpine Responsibility Code, Backcountry plus Tips to keep you and others safe.

Featured Videos:

Terrain Park Etiquette
Video by Nev Lapwood
with Olympic Gold Medalist Ashleigh McIvor
Click to Play Video Click to Play Video

Please Note:

Carrying Children on Whistler Blackcomb – Whistler Blackcomb does not allow guests to ski or ride while carrying infants in any type of backpack or baby carrier. Guests who are riding the Gondola(s) up the mountain to sightsee only are allowed to carry children. For further information please contact Guest Services at 1-800-766-0449.

Snowshoeing and Snowmobiling - Individual snowshoeing and snowmobiling are not permitted on Whistler Blackcomb Mountains for your safety and the safety of others.

Additional Safety Information:

Mountain Signage

The following signs are displayed on Whistler Blackcomb mountains, please take the time to understand them and follow them.

Alpine Responsibility

We invite you to take a look at a portion of our safety video 'Respect', check out our safety tips, and review the Alpine Responsibility Code. It is all about safety.

Mountain Safety

Mountain Safety

Learn more about the Whistler Blackcomb Safety Team.

Safety Tips

Whistler Blackcomb safety tips you need to know before you head out to the mountains.

Whistler Search And Rescue

Visit the Whistler Search and Rescue web site for details on the team of highly trained mountain, avalanche and swift water rescue personnel.

OHM Medical

OHM Medical

OHM Medical have proudly provided Whistler Blackcomb with 10 Phillips Automatic External 
Defibrillators (AED). They have been located in many of Whistler Blackcomb’s public buildings for emergency use if the need arises.