The Blackcomb Ascent Trails are three interconnected uphill hiking trails that meander through beautiful old growth coastal rain forest terrain from Whistler’s valley bottom to the Rendezvous Lodge on Blackcomb Mountain. Upon completion, the trails will travel a total of 6.1km with a total elevation gain of 1,200 metres.


Blackcomb Ascent Download Only Ticket $TBA

  • Hike to the top of the WIZARD EXPRESS or SOLAR COASTER EXPRESS and download
  • Hike to the top of WIZARD EXPRESS or SOLAR COASTER EXPRESS and hike back down (Ascent -> Descent)

Blackcomb Ascent Trail Ticket $TBA

  • Hike to the top of the WIZARD EXPRESS, upload SOLAR COASTER EXPRESS and download
  • Hike to the top of the WIZARD EXPRESS, hike/upload to the top of SOLAR COASTER EXPRESS, Ride the PEAK 2 PEAK GONDOLA and download the WHISTLER VILLAGE GONDOLA

Blackcomb Ascent Trails Lift Tickets must be purchased in advance at Guest Services. Tickets are not available to purchase on mountain.


  • Summer 2017 PEAK 2 PEAK 360 Ticket & Passholders
  • Winter 2016.17 Unlimited Passholders
  • Winter 2017.18 Unlimited Passholders
  • Summer 2017 Bike Park Passholders



  • Never hike alone.
  • Be prepared. Mountain weather changes frequently so carry extra clothing.
  • Observe all closures. Stay on marked trails to avoid damage to the alpine ecosystem.
  • Treat all wildlife with caution. Do not feed or approach bears.
  • Carry water, a snack, sunscreen and a watch. Make note of the last ride down (5pm).
  • No hiking permitted in the Bike Park.
  • No fires, dogs or camping allowed.


Infants/toddlers can be taken on a chairlift (excluding PEAK CHAIR) if they are strapped securely to the parent’s body in a sling, snugly or front carrier. Backpack carriers are not permitted.


Due to fire and environmental concerns, smoking is not permitted anywhere on Whistler Blackcomb property.


The slopes of Whistler Blackcomb provide the perfect environment for black bears.

  • If you see a bear, do not approach him/her. Give the bear time to get away or if he/she approaches, back away slowly.
  • While hiking, make a noise occasionally or wear a bell to help prevent surprising an animal.
  • Never litter, even biodegradable items such as fruit peels. It only attracts bears and gets them into trouble. These days, bears need our respect and support more than ever, so we can share the mountains with them for generations to come.