Whistler Blackcomb Trail Map
Whistler Blackcomb Ski Area
► Alpine Ski Area
Holding the title of North America’s largest ski resort, these two colossal mountains offer more than 200 marked trails that include in-bounds backcountry, wide-open glaciers, powder-filled bowls, secluded glades, and perfectly groomed trails.
Freestylers will find 8 terrain parks that accommodate beginners to elite athletes, including a 22-foot superpipe. Averaging 461 inches of snowfall each year – which is bolstered by nearly 700 acres of snowmaking - there’s something for everyone at Whistler Blackcomb.
Whistler Village elevation is 2,214 feet. Top elevation is 7,160 feet with 5,020 feet of vertical on Whistler Mountain. Blackcomb’s top elevation is 7,494 feet with 5,280 feet of vertical. The skiable terrain on Whistler is 4,757 acres and 3,414 on Blackcomb. The longest run on Whistler is seven miles (Peak to Creek) and seven miles on Blackcomb (Green Road to Easy Out).
On Whistler, the breakout of the terrain is 20% beginner, 55% intermediate and 25% advanced. On Blackcomb, it’s 15% beginner, 55% intermediate and 30% advanced.
Beginner terrain options are abundant and include a beginner’s only area located at Olympic Station containing slow zones, short lifts and magic carpets aimed at giving first-timers an adequate place to learn. More experienced beginners and intermediates have an almost endless quantity of blue trails to explore.
► Tubing Park and Snow Play
Whistler Blackcomb is also a great family resort with children’s adventure parks, mini-terrain parks, and a tree fort playground. The resort is a great destination for families, thanks to terrain that allows for beginners and more experienced skiers to stay within the same region of the mountain.
► Cross-country Skiing and Snowshoeing
Whistler is a paradise for Nordic sports, with over 160 km of trails for all ability levels. From December through March/early April, Whistler Olympic Park in Callaghan Valley and Lost Lake Park in Whistler Village offer cross-country skiing, biathlon, snowshoeing, night skiing, and dog-friendly trails.