Ski British Columbia

British Columbia blends modern advancements with stunning natural settings and spectacular scenery. Ski and snowboard in British Columbia and experience epic snowfalls, immense verticals, expansive backcountry and diverse terrain. 

Ski resorts in British Columbia offer everything from black-diamond steeps and chutes, to tree lines and wide-open terrain, perfect for beginners and families alike. Whistler Ski Resort combines two side-by-side mountains, Whistler and Blackcomb, offering over 200 marked runs, 8,171 acres of terrain, 16 alpine bowls, three glaciers, receive on average 458 inches of snow annually, and boast one of the longest ski seasons in North America. The mountains are connected by the Whistler-Blackcomb Gondola, which is the longest unsupported cable car in the world at this time. 

In resort you should sample the great seafood, courtesy of British Columbia's extensive Canadian coastline - over 150,000 miles! You can also enjoy a variety of local wines - British Columbia has over 864 vineyards that produce world-class wines from five distinct viticulture areas. Whistler's apres-ski bars all boast a lively fun atmosphere. Many have outdoor terraces, play live music and serve food. Eating out in Whistler is superb with a choice of international cuisine and over 90 restaurants to choose from.

Drive the 'Sea to Sky Corridor' (Highway 99) between Vancouver and Whistler and enjoy breathtaking ocean views and magnificent mountain ranges. The Corridor is much more than spectacular scenery — it is also a Cultural Journey. There are seven interpretive kiosks along the route, designed in the shape of cedar-bark hats. These are part of a 'Cultural Journey' component of the route. Heading north, stop at kiosks 1 through 5, as they are on the east side of the highway. Southbound, stop at kiosks 6 and 7 on the west side of the highway. Every inch of the route is rich in mystery with First Nations oral history, supernatural beings and place names. Learn how mighty Thunderbird, giant two-headed serpents and other mythical beings have shaped our land. Enjoy your journey along this modern path culminating at the crown jewel in Whistler, British Columbia — the Squamish Líl’wat Cultural Centre.

With slopeside, in-resort and shuttle to lift accommodations there is something for everyone, whether you want to be on the slopes to get those fresh tracks in the morning, or away from the hustle and bustle. Choose from hotel rooms, condos or town homes, and add lift tickets, ski / board rentals and airport transfers to your package, as required.