This year, to ensure all guests stay safe, Whistler Blackcomb have implemented a Pass Holder reservation system. The reservation system is exclusive to Pass Holders starting Nov. 6 through Dec. 7 so you can lock in your Priority Reservation Days and early season skiing and riding. Pass Products include season passes, Edge and Whistler Day […]October 31, 2020
The legendary Turkey Sale is taking a break this year, and instead it is expanded to eight locations in the Village at Whistler for the safety of all guests and staff. Whistler is passionate about the outdoors and our mountain communities, and we’re committed to protecting these special places and everyone who comes to experience […]September 24, 2020
Our community has been working closely over the past months to ensure Whistler’s return to tourism is managed thoughtfully and responsibly, with enhanced safety protocols in place. Now BC has entered Phase 3 of the BC restart plan, Whistler is certainly ready to welcome visitors. Let’s interact considerately, Let’s play simply, Let’s explore responsibly, Let’s […]July 13, 2020
Whistler businesses are reopening in alignment with BC’s Restart Plan and the Resort Municipality of Whistler’s guidelines for a safe restart. While the advisory against non-essential, personal travel remains in effect, we are hopeful that BC will transition to Phase 3 in June, which means we will be ready to welcome BC residents soon. In […]June 16, 2020
CURRENTLY WORKING FROM HOME & JUGGLING CHILDREN? WHY NOT WORK AND PLAY IN WHISTLER? Now you have the chance! At Aloha Whistler Accommodations, we are offering exclusive fortnightly & monthly discounts for your Summer Staycation. Work from a fully equipped, self-contained property while being surrounded by nature. Offer applicable for BC residents only! All our homes […]June 8, 2020
Whistler Local Businesses opening, as we transition to Phase 2 of The BC Restart Plan – May 22, 2020
As we enter Phase 2 of the BC Restart Plan, we can see our local community showing signs coming back to life! However, even as our local businesses and parks start to reopen with their new safety measures, the travel advisory for non-essential travel is still applicable. Many BC parks and recreational sites have re-opened […]May 22, 2020
30 Hours between guests. After a guest leaves a home, we are waiting 24 hours prior to our housekeeping teams entering. Rest assured, they are taking the necessary procedures to clean your vacation home. Mountain views, forest trails and Lakeside Meadows…. all more desirable than ever following a time when travel and outdoor pleasures have […]May 13, 2020
Aloha Whistler have always offered a full concierge service and will continue to do so. We are as keen as ever to share our wealth of local knowledge to ensure you can get the best from your visit – we can also point you towards some of the hidden local gems. With all guest communication […]May 7, 2020
WHISTLER, BC November 12, 2015 – Whistler Mountain will be opening one week ahead of schedule on Thursday, November 19. The early opening has been made possible thanks to favourable early season conditions, including natural snowfall and prime temperatures for snowmaking. Blackcomb Mountain will open as scheduled on November 26.
“Since November 1, we have received 98cm (38.5in) of natural snow as measured at our Pig Alley weather station on Whistler Mountain and we have another 45cm (18in) to 75cm (29.5in) in the forecast at higher elevations over the next few days,” says Doug MacFarlane, Director of Mountain Operations at Whistler Blackcomb. “What Mother Nature has brought us so far has been complemented by our snowmaking team, who have converted over 26.5 million gallons of water into snow since the start of November. We are excited conditions have allowed us to get the season started ahead of schedule this year for all those eager skiers and snowboarders out there.”
When Whistler Mountain opens on November 19 it will have five lifts running, including the Whistler Village Gondola, the Creekside Gondola, Emerald Express, Big Red Express and Franz’s Chair.
“We would like to take this opportunity to remind guests to ski/ride safely as early season conditions will apply, especially off piste,” says MacFarlane. “Please obey all mountain signage, ski and ride on open runs only and stay within the operational area marked by ‘Temporary Boundary’ signage.”
With more snow in the forecast between now and Opening Day, guests will be able to enjoy some fun conditions to kick off Whistler Blackcomb’s 50th anniversary season. More details about what guests can expect on November 19 will be available early next week.
CommentsNovember 19, 2015
It’s about that time of year! The leaves are falling, the nights are getting shorter, the rains are coming, and soon – it’ll be ski and snowboard season on the slopes of Whistler!
We’re happy to share that Whistler’s official grand opening for the 2015/16 season will be on November 26, and we’ll be hosting a wide array of events and activities in celebration. We’re looking forward to another exciting year of ski and snowboarding on our world-class mountain.
We’re also happy to share some of the awesome promotions that Aloha Whistler Accommodations is offering this year, including early booking deals of up to 40%. Plus, we’re continuing another popular promotion this year – Kids 12 and under stay, ski, rent and transfer for FREE!
And while you’re booking for ski and snow, don’t forget to check out all of the opportunities we have for you to pamper yourself – from spa and wellness packages, to heli-tours and ziplines, to our world class restaurants and nightlife. All are within arm’s reach when you visit our Packages page and speak with one of our local booking specialists.
Snow season is just around the corner, and we’re absolutely stoked to see you up on the mountain. Keep it locked on our website, as well as our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram feeds for exciting packages and offers throughout the winter. We’ll see you soon!