Vancouver Bar Association Alpine Team Championship. Open to the Membership of the Vancouver Bar Association (the VBA) - a judge, lawyer, law office employee or law student - this team race and party is a great way to get the gang out of the office and onto the mountains for a day of fun on the slopes. Skiers and Snowboarders welcome.More Info
The popular Winemaker Après Series at Steeps Grill & Wine Bar atop Whistler Mountain feature British Columbia's best wine paired with locally sourced culinary delights. Each afternoon includes a five course meal paired with five wine pairings by the winemaker. It's guaranteed to be a feast for your senses.
Halfpipe - Park Rider Sessions - This Ski and Snowboard Event is in our Blackcomb Nintendo Terrain Park 18' Halfpipe . Competition open to skiers and snowboarders, all ages welcome unless an age range is indicated in the title of the event.More Info Register Online
Now in its 23rd year, Whistler Cup has grown to become the largest and most important ski race in North America, and internationally, for athletes aged 11 to 14 years. It is held under the auspice of FIS, the international governing body for alpine skiing, and with hundreds of young athletes from 23 countries participating, the Whistler Cup brings together children from many different cultures.More Info
This fun annual event is open to skiing and snowboarding mums and grandmums (and Friends of Mums so no one can feel left out) of all ages. The day includes morning coffee, race practice, a match-time race, lunch coupon (good at any on mountain Food and Beverage location - or make your own reservations at Christine's if you want a more leisurely lunch) and après festivities.More Info Register Online
Super G and GS FIS RacesMore Info
Whistler Pride and Ski Festival is the evolution of the annual Gay & Lesbian Ski & Snowboard Festival.
Whistler Blackcomb is celebrating the 3nd Annual B.C. Family Day this February 9th.
Who can resist fireworks and fire spinners? Join us at the base of Whistler Mountain for this spectacular event