Whistler Blackcomb BC Trail Map
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Whistler Blackcomb Trail Map
When Whistler and Blackcomb, two separate ski areas, merged into one operation in 1997 it became the biggest ski area in North America with 8,171 acres of skiable terrain. The 200 marked trails range from beginner to expert and have glades, open bowls, and peaks. There is plenty of variety for all skiers and snowboarders.
And if you're looking for snow, you'll find it here. Whistler Blackcomb averages 11.9 meters (38.9 feet) of snow a year! Whistler Blackcomb was the site of the Alpine Ski events for the 2010 Vancouver Olympics and had their second-highest snowfall on record for the 2009-2010 season, with over 14 meters (over 45 feet) for some excellent quality skiing during the games.
To get from peak to peak, or Lodge to Lodge, use the Peak 2 Peak Gondola a tri-cable gondola lift that links Whistler's Roundhouse Lodge with Blackcomb Mountain's Rendezvous Lodge. You can ski down or ride it back to the lodge!
In the off seasons both Whistler and Blackcomb Mountain offer signature hiking experiences.
Get the up to date information on the Whistler and Blackcomb trails by clicking here.
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- Handmade and laser engraved
- Available in Sizes: 12 x 16 and 18 x 24
- Available Colors: Black
- Materials: birch panel and latex paint
- Wall mounting hardware included
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