The charming Canadian resort town of Whistler, located in British Columbia, is perhaps best known for its phenomenal skiing; however, this popular destination also boasts numerous restaurants, shops, spas, and entertainment opportunities. Don’t fret about what to do first—check out our 7-day itinerary to figure out where to go and what to see to make the most of your Whistler vacation.
Day 1: Hit the Slopes
You’ve checked into your suite and you’re raring to go, so grab your gear and head to Whistler-Blackcomb. As the largest ski resort in North America and consistently ranked as one of the continent’s best, this resort boasts 37 lifts servicing over 200 runs on two mountains, with a vertical drop of over 5,000 feet. These sister mountains offer something for everyone, with terrain ranging from beginner areas, chutes, trees, and groomed cruising runs to alpine bowls piled with powder after a fresh snowfall. You also won’t want to miss the record-breaking PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola connecting Blackcomb and Whistler Mountains. Choose Raintree’s Whiski Jack at Woodrun Whistler, a ski-in/ski-out situated right on the side of Blackcomb Mountain, for a luxurious and convenient stay.
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