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Whistler Blackcomb

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Whistler Blackcomb

Whistler Blackcomb es considerado uno de los resorts de esquí premier en Norte América y tiene sus razones. A una corta distancia manejando desde Vancouver por la carretera escénica de 125 kilómetros, este resort ofrece alojamiento excepcional, diversa oferta cultural y paisajes únicos.   Dos montañas conectadas por la góndola PEAK 2 PEAK que rompió récord, ofreciendo más de 200 pistas, 16 cuencos y 3 glaciares. Esquí épico, combinado con glamuroso après y innumerables actividades invernales, harán unas vacaciones de invierno inolvidables.

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Detalles del Resort

  • Terreno 3,307ha/8,171ac
  • Elevación 2,285m/7,494ft
  • Nevada Anual 1,168cm/460in
  • Vertical 1,610m/5,280ft
  • Lifts/Pistas para esquiar 36/200+
  • La pista más larga 11km/6.8mi
  • Aeropuerto más cercano Vancouver International Airport


  • Principiante 18
  • Intermedio 55
  • Avanzado 27

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  • Mar 26, 2019: “Every single run we went on today looked like it hadn't been groomed in forever! Chewed up to bits, tons of bare spots and a massive fog cloud that covered at least half the lower-mid mountain. I get its end of March but still it's a disappointment. Should be half the cost they charge for these conditions. Save your money and ski Banff instead! ” 0
  • Mar 26, 2019: “The lift infrastructure not as good as Austria, with some long queues particularly at the Whistler Gondola which had a 45 minute wait every day in March. The ski area is amazing and there is an easy run down from every lift, lots of powder bowls if there is fresh snow. The highlights for me was hiking up (about 50m) from the T-bar on the Blackcomb Glacier and skiing down through the Blackcomb Glacier Park to the ice cave and continuing down the Glacier Road back to the ski area, the saddle at Whistler peak down to Whistler and peak to creek all iconic runs. Amazing views all the way. The lifts start to close at 2.30pm so most skiers are making there way back by 3pm, the mountain being cleared from 4pm so the ski day is much shorter that in Europe. The slopes are not as busy as Europe, but at 540 ($896 CAD) per week with the discount for a ski pass Vail Resorts have priced a lot of people out. The quality of the snow is better than Europe and very little icy areas. Whistler and Blackcomb have Mountain Hosts who take free tours every day meeting at 11pm at the top of the lift, this was great to be guided to areas you may not find and learn a bit about the ski areas. We had blue skies, spring skiing every day which was unusual for this time of year.” 1
  • Mar 23, 2019: “Two mountains, linked by a stunning cable car. Whistler is bustling and seamless from run to run. Blackcomb is my special place Seventh Heaven on a sunny snowy day is amazing easy or hard depending on which way you decide to ski down. Massive wide runs. Steep or gentle - the mountain suits everyone. Keep quit though I don’t want everyone to know about it as it’s my special special place. Well done Whistler Blackcomb!!!” 2

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