One of North America’s most famous ski resorts, Whistler has made a name for itself as a premier backcountry skiing destination. Located in the Canadian province of British Columbia, this resort town just 125 km north of Vancouver is renowned for the amount of snow it receives every year. Hire a certified guide and access Whistler’s backcountry terrain in the company of a local expert. Explore-Share.com only promotes mountain trips led by certified guides.
Garibaldi Provincial Park is an awesome place to backcountry ski in Whistler. Here you’ll find everything from very difficult runs to gentle beginner’s runs. McBride Range is great if you’re looking for a challenge. Whatever your level you’ll also find great terrain in Callaghan, Duffey Lake, Pemberton, or Joffre Lake.
December through March is extremely cold with heavy snowfall. The summer months are warm. It gets quite a bit of rain year round.
Fly to Vancouver, then drive or take a bus to Whistler resort which is approximately 2 hours from the airport.
Between November and May
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