Winter 2019.20

Save up to 40%

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Whistler Blackcomb offers 3,306 hectares (8,171 acres), 1,609 vertical meters (5,280 feet), and 200+ trails of powder-filled bowls, ancient glades and mile-long cruisers all covered in an average of nearly 40 feet of snowfall each season. In the valley you’ll find a pedestrian friendly village with over 200 retail shops, award winning restaurants, legendary nightlife, and an endless collection of activities. Don't miss out on the best deals of the season. Book by August 31st and save up to 40% off your winter ski vacation! Book online or call 1-888-403-4727.
  STARTING FROM PRICE* SAVINGS
November 20, 2019 - December 6, 2019 $119 per night
$91 USD
up to 40% off
December 7, 2019 - December 20, 2019 $149 per night 
$115 USD
up to 40% off
December 21, 2019 - January 5, 2020 $362 per night
$278 USD
up to 40% off
January 6, 2020 - January 31, 2020 $200 per night
$154 USD
up to 40% off
February 1, 2020 - March 8, 2020 $200 per night
$154 USD
up to 40% off
March 9, 2020 - March 29, 2020 $197 per night
$151 USD
up to 40% off
March 30, 2020 - April 19, 2020 $137 per night
$105 USD
up to 40% off
TERMS & CONDITIONS:
*Book by August 31, 2019 starting from is an average rate per night based on 2 adults sharing a Hotel Room or similar, for 7 nights, from November 20, 2019 - April 19, 2020. Taxes and fees are extra, restriction may apply (minimum night stays, weekend rates and or other restrictions). Offer is available at participating properties only and is subject to change without notice. Other packages available for dates throughout the winter season, please inquire for details. % of savings is based on a minimum 7 night stay. USD pricing is based on a 1.30 exchange rate.
  STARTING FROM PRICE* SAVINGS
November 20, 2019 - December 6, 2019 $127 per person per night
$98 USD
up to 45% off
December 7, 2019 - December 20, 2019 $150 per person per night
$115 USD
up to 45% off
December 21, 2019 - January 5, 2020 $270 per person per night
$208 USD
up to 45% off
January 6, 2020 - January 31, 2020 $182 per person per night
$140 USD
up to 45% off
February 1, 2020 - March 8, 2020 $207 per person per night
$159 USD
up to 45% off
March 9, 2020 - March 29, 2020 $180 per person per night
$139 USD
up to 45% off
March 30, 2020 - April 19, 2020 $135 per person per night
$104 USD
up to 45% off
TERMS & CONDITIONS:
*Book by August 31, 2019 starting from is an average rate per night based on 2 adults sharing a Hotel Room or similar, for 7 nights and a 5 Day Lift Ticket per person, from November 20, 2019 - April 19, 2020. Taxes and fees are extra, restriction may apply (minimum night stays, weekend rates and or other restrictions). Offer is available at participating properties only and is subject to change without notice. Other packages available for dates throughout the winter season, please inquire for details. % of savings is based on a minimum 7 night stay. USD pricing is based on a 1.30 exchange rate.

Find the best time to come

 

With an almost 200-day ski and snowboard season, choosing the best time to visit Whistler Blackcomb in the winter can be difficult. Each part of our winter is different, providing unique experiences that leave you wanting to come back for more. Discover our seasons below for a glimpse into when to visit.

Whistler, Canada

Mid-November to Late December

With abundant early season snowfall (averaging 2.4 meters or about 8 feet in November alone!), smaller crowds, some of the best prices of the season, and a wonderfully festive atmosphere as you get closer to the holidays, it’s easy to see why early season is such a great time to visit.

Early Season Details:

  • Value: High
  • Average Snowfall: 249 centimeters (98 inches) in November, 227 centimeters (89 inches) in December
  • Terrain Open: Mid-mountain piste with alpine terrain and ski-outs as snow falls
  • Featured Events: Opening Day celebration, Whistler Film Festival.

Insider Tips:

  • Whistler Mountain typically opens even earlier than planned, so be prepared at least a week or two out to get your first turns in.
  • GORE-TEX® products are best to keep you warm and dry all day long. It's especially important in the early season when we see a mixture of precipitation.
Whistler, Canada

Late December to Early January

Everyone loves celebrating the holidays at Whistler Blackcomb! Our stunning resort village takes festiveness to a whole new level with an atmosphere that is pure magic, while on and around the mountains, a vast collection of amazing outdoor activities and awesome events deliver the promise of an unforgettable holiday experience.

Holiday Season Details:

  • Value: Moderate
  • Average Snowfall: 227 centimeters (89 inches) in December
  • Terrain Open: All terrain
  • Featured Events: First Night New Years Celebration

Insider Tips:

  • Get up early to beat the crowds by being in line before the lifts open from the bottom.
  • Stay up high and move around the mountain as new lifts open up on the mountain.
  • Eat smart, breaking for lunch before 11:30 a.m. or after 1 p.m. to skip the crowds.
Whistler, Canada

Early to Late January

If you’re ready to take on 8,171 vast acres of stunning skiable terrain (the most in North America), including 200+ trails, powder-filled bowls, ancient glades and mile-long cruisers – all accessed by one of the largest networks of high-speed chairlifts in the world – then January at Whistler Blackcomb is an unmatched experience that’s made for you, whether you’re a first-time skier or a seasoned carver.

Deep Winter Details:

  • Value: Medium-High
  • Average Snowfall: 187 centimeters (74 inches) in January
  • Terrain Open: All terrain
  • Featured Events: WinterPRIDE, Deep Winter Photo Challenge

Insider Tips:

  • Skiing the week after the holidays is one of the quietest weeks of the season with the most terrain open.
  • Rent powder skis if you don’t have them ... you’ll need em’.
Whistler, Canada

February to Late March

With the longer days of February and March, Whistler Blackcomb delivers a menu of winter fun that boggles the imagination. Explore the endless possibilities on the most skiable terrain in North America, then take advantage of the extra daylight to try some new and unforgettable adventures like snowshoeing, ziplining, heli-skiing, snowmobiling, and even dog sledding. It’s the mountain adventure of your dreams!

Mid Season Details:

  • Value: Medium
  • Average Snowfall: 158 centimeters (62 inches) in February, 248 centimeters (98 inches) in March
  • Terrain Open: All terrain
  • Featured Events: Peak To Valley Race, Roxy Quiksilver Week
  • March is Considered "Powder Month" by locals, due to the abundance of snow seen on average.

Insider Tips:

  • Mid-week skiing will always be less crowded than weekends. Plan your trip by skiing at least Tuesday through Thursday.
Whistler Blackcomb

April to May

The longer, warmer days of spring don’t get any better than this. Who doesn’t love extended après on a sunny patio in the village, lighter crowds, and lots of amazing deals on accommodation, lift tickets and spring passes. For spring’s biggest celebration, you won’t want to miss the concerts, competitions, events and epic nightlife of the World Ski & Snowboard Festival.

Spring Skiing Details:

  • Value: High
  • Average Snowfall: 85 centimeters (33 inches) in April, 21 centimeters (8 inches) in May
  • Terrain Open: Typically only one mountain post World Ski & Snowboard Festival, with mid-mountain piste and limited alpine terrain only
  • Featured Events: World Ski & Snowboard Festival

Insider Tips:

  • Sunscreen. Multiple times a day.

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