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Explore Whistler Blackcomb

If you are planning to head to Whistler this summer and think that there is nothing much else to do there but ski and go snowboarding, you couldn’t be more wrong. There are plenty of other things to do so let’s find out what.

How to Get There
You can get up to Blackcomb through the Whistler Gondola or the Blackcomb Gondola, they’re both located at the foot of the mountain in Whistler village or Upper village. If you are staying in Pan Pacific Whistler Mountainside, you can go up on the Whistler Gondola.

Sightseeing Tickets
The Peak 2 Peak 360 experience comes in passes that can be either purchased ahead of time or at the ticket window. The tickets will cost $69 for adults and $62 for youth and seniors while small children aged 7-12 are charged $35.

Peak 2 Peak Facts
The gondola is considered the pride and joy of Whistler. The Gondola was opened to the public in 2008 and it costs 51 million Canadian dollars. It is the longest unsupported span for a lift of this kind and is also the highest lift in the world.

Alpine Hiking on Blackcomb
If you are staying at a Whistler hotel and plan to hike up the mountain instead, you can be guaranteed some beautiful views on the way. There are three trails of different difficulty levels.