Are you ready for the Ski Season November 22 2018.

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Are you ready for the Ski Season November 22 2018. Tourism Whistler/Justa Jeskova

Are you ready for the Ski Season that starts November 22 2018 ?

Whether you’re a seasoned skier or not, everyone’s heard of Whistler. This is one of the biggest – and perhaps the best, judging by its annual No.1 awards – ski resorts in the world.

The twin peaks of Whistler and Blackcomb mountains together make the Whistler Blackcomb ski area. Thanks to its lively pedestrian village, its stunning setting and more than 11m of annual snowfall, Whistler is an incredible place to ski and easily rivals the American Rockies or the Alps.

Whether you want to branch out on your holiday or are travelling in a group with non-skiers, there are plenty of winter activities on offer in Whistler. The pristine snowy outdoors is good for a lot more besides skiing and snowboarding.

Snowtubing

The Coca Cola Tube Park is a totally fun alternative to skiing down those snowy slopes. It’s perfect for kids and adults alike and is a great way to get the whole family together. Simply grab an inflatable ring and slide down the mountain for the most fun you’ve had in years.

Helicopter sightseeing

The Coast Mountains really are beautiful, and Whistler is surrounded by gorgeous scenery. Soar higher than the peaks for views of Black Tusk mountain, the Cheakamus Glacier and Garibaldi Provincial Park. You can even land on a glacier and talk a walk over the ancient ice giant.

Ziptrek ziplines

Ziptrek’s Ecotours take you on a high-ropes adventure through a network of ziplines and suspension bridges. Not only will you soar over the mountains, you’ll also learn about the ecology of the area.

Snowmobile tours

A guided tour on a snowmobile puts you behind the wheel to get out and about in those beautiful landscapes.

Snowshoeing

Walk through snow-muffled alpine forests for a truly magical experience. It’s a great way to spot wildlife as you travel quietly.

Dog sledding

Snuggle up in a blanket-lined sled or mush your own team on a dog sledding adventure. The ride is exhilarating, the hot chocolate sweet and meeting the pups is unforgettable.

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