What To Do On the Hill in Whistler

There are more 8,000 acres at Whistler-Blackcomb, which leaves plenty of room for gondolas and tube parks
 

Orientation

Get the lay of the land with a free daily orientation tour of either mountain for intermediate and expert skiers and snowboarders. Novices can head straight to the Family Zone around Whistler’s Emerald Express with its mellow slope, while advanced skiers can earn their turns on Blackcomb’s Spanky’s Ladder.

PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola

Non-skiers and riders with a sightseeing ticket can take in the views on the PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola, which connects Whistler and Blackcomb on the longest unsupported span in the world (just over three kilometres).

Lunch at Rendezvous Lodge

Midday on Blackcomb, you can satiate your fresh-air appetite at the Rendezvous Lodge. It has quick-serve food options, including made-to-order Japanese ramen and Mexican tacos. The fine-dining Christine’s Restaurant has also been revamped; expect a tantalizing menu, as chef Steve Ramey was formerly a sous-chef at Vancouver’s acclaimed Hawksworth Restaurant.

Coca-Cola Tube Park

Once the lifts close, you can continue your snow play at the Coca-Cola Tube Park, at the base of Blackcomb. It’s lit into the evening and has a conveyor lift to maximize the gravitational fun.

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