Whistler is the largest ski resort in North America with Whistler Village nestled between Whistler and Blackcomb mountains.
This popular resort hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics. With the biggest vertical drop in North America, as well as countless trails on offer, a Whistler holiday draws the crowds. Adding to its marvel are the stunning views from the chairlift that lead to slopes for intermediates, advanced or more extreme skiers. And all this is achieved without the resort feeling overcrowded.
The mild climate of the Pacific allows a comfortable ski experience and consistent snow keeps Whistler in business. The weather can be unpredictable at times but with less rain towards the peaks skiing is hardly interrupted.
You can choose whether you want to ski straight onto the snow from your door or be housed in the village for its après ski. The buffet brunch at Fairmont Chateau Whistler Resort is a must as is their enticing spa treatment after your day on the slopes.
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Make the most of Canada’s national-park drama with this superb-value trip that combines impossibly scenic drives with plenty of included excursions. Enjoy everything from glacier walks and hot spring dips to gondola trips into Banff and Jasper’s snow-capped mountains.
The Canadian Rockies are spectacular. Giant peaks towering above beautiful tree-covered valleys and sparkling lakes, interspersed with pretty villages and mountain resorts sit alongside an abundance of native wildlife from deer and moose to black bears and grizzlies.
Mountains, lakes, glaciers and forests form the incredible and diverse landscapes of spectacular Western Canada. The Rockies, one of the world's great mountain ranges separate the cities of Vancouver in British Columbia and Calgary in Alberta.
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