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Whistler Blackcomb Mountains
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This unique resort not far from Canada’s westernmost coast really does have something for every winter athlete. And the most noteworthy thing about that is that what they do have to offer for...

89/100 Score

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(Number of reviews: 7)

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Overall: 89 / 100

      Whistler Blackcomb – impressive in every category!

      This unique resort not far from Canada’s westernmost coast really does have something for every winter athlete. And the most noteworthy thing about that is that what they do have to offer for every ability level is not just mediocre – it’s practically perfect.

      The “weakest”-scoring category, with 8 out of 10 possible points, was the Beginners category. Yet with so many designated beginners and practice areas, there’s not really much complain about there either. It’s the more advanced skiers and snowboarders who are really going to get the most out of Whistler Blackcomb, though. The countless black and double black runs in the back bowls or between trees will draw some sweat out of even the most sparing pores.

      We were also impressed by the gigantic terrain park, which has got to be one of the largest and finest this planet has ever seen. Also worthy of being noted is the large beginners’ terrain park, the “Big Easy Terrain Garden,” designed with freestyle rookies in mind. And even with so much difficult terrain, families aren’t left with the short end of the stick. Apart from the many practice areas and numerous easy (green) trails, families find some variety for their adventures at both the tube and children’s adventure parks at the resort.

      Not to be outdone, the après ski at Whistler holds its own against the other well-performing categories as well. And though it may not be the least expensive experience of your life, you can be certain that you will always find something worth your efforts in the various restaurants, bars and cafes. The moral of the story: Whistler Blackcomb is without a shadow of a doubt one of the best ski resorts in Canada, North America and the entire world.


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      Peter Hsu (Age: 36-40)
      Skill: Beginner • in Apr 2022
      Travelled as: Family
      A staff walked away from my 7-year-old son badly fallen on the snow with his ankle twisted.Yesterday, my son and I mistakenly ventured into a tough slope. I fell a few times, even once on top o... Read complete review
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      Lucie (Age: 18-25)
      Skill: Advanced • in Dec 2019
      Travelled as: Alone
      Large, but not suitable for beginners & fans of blue/green slopes
      My comparative experience is not too great. I personally prefer the German low mountain ranges, but I have also been to St.Anton, Kleinwalsertal, Arntal. In comparison, Whistler is unfortunately ex... Read complete review
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      Paul (Age: 61-70)
      Skill: Pro • in Feb 2019
      Travelled as: Alone
      20 Years of 100+ days per year... and only about 5 days per year that don't work very well.
      It is easy to come here and have a really good ski. Generally there are 5,000 vertical feet of great GS skiing and a dozen Alpine Bowls to keep one going for a long season. Also 1000 meters of belo... Read complete review
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      Ron M (Age: 46-50)
      Skill: Beginner • in Mai 2019
      Travelled as: Couple
      An awesome skiing paradise!
      Whistler is one of the largest ski resorts in the world and it is awesome in scope. The sheer size of the place is quite astounding! However, as a beginning skier, I found the green runs near the t... Read complete review
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      Sonja und Markus (Age: 41-45)
      Skill: Pro • in Mar 2018
      Travelled as: Couple
      You must have seen
      Have filled us with a dream. were not disappointed. This champagne powder is something unique. Whistler will never forget.
      Günter (Age: 51-60)
      Skill: Pro • in Feb 2018
      Travelled as: Group
      Far too expensive (€100 day ticket) for what is offered in return!
      Whistler is basically a very nice winter sports resort on the west side of the Rockies. However, and this must be known, this region is subject to a very unstable weather situation. Similar to us t... Read complete review
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