Whistler Blackcomb Weather Forecast
Alpine Forecast Synopsis
A ridge of high pressure will stabilize the air mass today and for the weekend allowing sunny periods to develop with drier conditions also expected.
An unsettled and patchy, moist northwesterly flow will return next week with a mixture of sunny conditions and weak disturbances as light snow is expected under slightly milder temperatures.
- Blackcomb Mountain
- 2,284m 7,493ft Top of 7th Heaven Express
- 1,860m 6,102ft Rendezvous Lodge, PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola
- 1,545m 5,068ft Glacier Creek Lodge
- 1,248m 4,094ft Mid-Station of Blackcomb Gondola
- 685m 2,247ft Blackcomb Base, Bottom of Blackcomb Gondola
- Whistler Mountain
- 2,182m 7,158ft Top of Whistler Mountain
- 1,850m 6,069ft Roundhouse Lodge, PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola
- 1,664m 5,459ft Chic Pea, Top of Garbanzo Express
- 1,300m 4,265ft Ravens Nest, Top of Creekside Gondola
- 675m 2,214ft Whistler Village
Whistler CamElevation: 1,850/6,069ft
Blackcomb CamElevation: 1,860m/6,102ft
You want reliable snow, year over year, and consistent snowfall throughout the season, to be assured of a ski experience that delivers the goods.
Over the past ten years, Whistler Blackcomb has received an average of 11.4 metres (37.3 ft) of snow a year. All this natural bounty is supported by extensive snowmaking infrastructure. A 270-strong fleet of state of the art snow-guns ensures increased snow coverage early and late season, and boosts the quality and coverage of our snow all winter long.
When it comes to what really matters, count on Whistler Blackcomb’s snow advantage.
At the start of a brand new year Mac Marcoux is serving up a powerful reminder that any challenge can be overcome. “A lot of disabled people are doing super rad things, I want to be part of that movement”.
Blind Faith follows Mac Marcoux and his relatively new guide, Tristan Rodgers, as the pair set out to attempt three of Whistler Blackcomb’s most iconic freeski lines as a visually impaired team.