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Whistler Blackcomb

Sixteen huge, snow-fattened bowls scallop across majestic twin peaks. Punctuated with glaciers, the expanse feels like the Alps—with consistently great service (No. 5), seamless connectivity (Lifts, No. 2, including the bold Peak 2 Peak gondola), and a lifetime of choose-your-adventure skiing (Terrain Variety, No. 1; Challenge, No. 7). Whistler Blackcomb is back at the top of the rankings (it was No. 1 in 2012–13), and readers are giddy. “Nothing else in North America compares.” “The mountain is an 11- plus... Just more in every way.” The slopes descend a whopping vertical mile through lush spruce forests (and frequent dreaded mid-mountain fog) to a dynamic ski-tropolis as abundant and diverse as the mountains above. —Susan Reifer Ryan

What’s New » Keep an eye out for new dining options, including Alta Bistro, Fuji Market, Harajuku Izakaya, David’s Tea, Chinese Bistro and the reborn Uli’s Flipside.

On-Hill Lunch » Christine’s at Blackcomb’s Rendezvous, where regionally sourced entrées paired with award-winning Okanagan wines cost only a few dollars more than lunch in the cafeterias.

Family Activity » Riding the Peak 2 Peak for an unforgettable “Wow.”


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Whistler gondola
Want to own a share of the biggest ski area in North America? Now you can.

Starting as early as next month Whistler Blackcomb will be a publicly traded company on the Vancouver Stock Exchange, which means that you could own a share.

In the initial public offering, the newly formed Whistler Blackcomb Holdings Inc is predicted to raise $300 million, part of which will go towards paying off Intrawest. Shares are said to start at between $14 and $15.

Taman Sari Spa

Taman Sari Spa
taman sari
This authentic Javanese spa will make you feel like you stepped out of Canada and into Indonesia.

The only authentic Javanese spa in North America, Taman Sari has a truly Indonesian feel. All of their artwork, fabric, flooring, furnishings, and wall coverings were imported from Indonesia, and all of their therapists are from Indonesia and have at least five years of experience. Try the Javanese massage to loosen your muscles and reduce tension after a long day of skiing. Feeling indulgent? Try the Jamu Massage and treatment, which is a combination of thermal, herbal, and aromatherapy as well as traditional massage therapy.
British Columbia | 604.938.8836 |

Three Below

Three Below
It’ll take a few hours to get to Whistler from the airport, but you’ll be traveling along Highway 99, a.k.a. the Sea to Sky Highway, and you’ll be too distracted by the views to notice the drive time. Fly into the Canadian metropolis of Vancouver and take a two-hour bus or shuttle into Whistler. Or you can take a dramatic train ride along the Sea to Sky corridor for just an hour longer. The WAVE, or Whistler Transit, buses will take you all around town, almost 24 hours a day.

More Info:,, Sea to Sky Highway Update
Stop in this family-friendly restaurant for some butter chicken and mac-and-cheese.

This family-friendly homestyle restaurant is located right in the heart of Whistler in the Village Common building. They have ribs, butter chicken, and mac-and-cheese, as well as a 10-dollar kids menu that includes a drink, an entrée, like grilled cheese, and dessert. Grab a beer and settle down in the cozy atmosphere to watch the game after a long day of skiing.
Whistler, British Columbia | 604.962.0601

Southside Diner

Southside Diner
Southside Diner
Get a taste of old-school Whistler at this local diner.

This local diner is open all day, everyday. Located in one of the oldest commercial buildings in Whistler, visitors are transported back to the resort Whistler was 30 years ago when they sit down amongst locals for a Beltch Sandwich: bacon, eggs, lettuce, tomatoes, cheese, and ham. If you’re in for dinner try the homemade chicken pot pie and meatloaf, or, if it happens to be a Friday, the Barbecue Spareribs.
Whistler, British Columbia | 604.966.0668

GPS Scavenger Hunt

GPS Scavenger Hunt
Test out your wilderness skills during a family-friendly GPS treasure hunt.

This modern-day scavenger hunt is fun for the whole family. Using a GPS, visitors seek out and find hidden treasures, called caches, which contain a logbook and a prize. This treasure hunt is also known as “geocaching,” and takes place in the normally-unexplored terrain of Whistler. You can participate in geocaching year-round, and there are a variety of different adventures to embark on. There are family adventure-stay packages available through Four Seasons Whistler, as well.

Splitz Grill

Splitz Grill
splitz grill
If you're craving a burger, head to this joint and you won't be disappointed.

This local burger and hot dog joint has been voted best burger in Whistler by Vancouver Hot Spots Examiner and Taste Magazine. They’ve got a selection of 14 homemade burgers and hot dogs, and are open everyday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Stop in after skiing for a burger and a beer on their year-round patio.
Whistler, British Columbia | 604.938.9300 |

Ziptrek Tours

Ziptrek Tours
ziptrek tours at whistler
These year-round canopy tours let you sail through the tree tops side-by-side with your friends and family.

Over 4,000 LED lights make the forest sparkle during Whistler’s winter evening canopy tour, the “Zip n Chill.” Riders are guided through the trees and taken to a cabin on Blackcomb Mountain where they enjoy dinner with the group. The resort also offers two other tours that run year-round.
Whistler, British Columbia | 800.944.7853 |



If you want to experience the thrill of the mountains, but aren't a skier, call SNO-LIMO and they'll tour you around on a ski-mounted chair.

This service offers an adventure that brings non-skiers to the ski hill. Riders—often non-skiing family members, small children and older adults— sit in a chair operated by a guide on a controlled run down green or easier-blue runs. The service has catered to everyone from 6-month-old twins to 105-year-old great grandmothers, and makes sure that each ride is unique to the person whom they’re guiding. If you want to experience the mountain in a safe and unique way, this is the way to do it: they’ve been serving Whistler for five years, and have guided over 23,000 tours.

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