Mountain Statistics

Whistler/Blackcomb is located in the Coast Mountain Range of British Columbia, consistently offering the most reliable snow conditions. It receives an average annual snowfall in excess of 10 metres (33 feet). Due to Whistler’s coastal proximity, temperatures are moderate through the winter season, expect -5°C (22°F) average daily alpine temperatures during most of the winter months.

Whistler Blackcomb Mountain Stats

  Combined Stats
Average Snowfall 458 inches/38.5 feet

11.64 metres/1,164 cm snow per year

Total Terrain 8,171 acres/3,307 hectares
Trails 200 +
Longitude/Latitude 50° latitude, 122° longitude
Mountain Restaurants 17 with a total of 6,540 restaurant seats
Highest Lift Accessed Elevation 2,284 metres/7,494 feet
Whistler Village Elevation 675 metres/2,214 feet
Creekside Base Elevation 653 metres/2140 feet
Number of Lifts 37
Hourly Lift Capacity 67,307 skiers per hour

Individual Mountain Stats

  Whistler Mountain Blackcomb Mountain
Vertical 1,530 metres

5,020 feet

1,609 metres

5,280 feet

Top Elevation 2,182 metres

7,160 feet

2,284 metres

7,494 feet

Skiable Terrain 4,757 acres

1,925 hectares

3,414 acres

1,382 hectares

Terrain Type

(beg/int/adv)

20%/55%/25% 15%/55%/30%
Trails 100+ 100+
Parks & Pipes 2 parks 3 Parks, 1 Super Pipe, 1 Snow Cross Track
Total Number of Lifts 19 (plus PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola) including:

2 high-speed gondolas

1 high-speed 6-pack

6 high-speed quads

2 triple chairs

8 surface lifts

17 (plus PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola) including:

1 high-speed gondola

7 high-speed quads

2 triple chairs

7 surface lifts

Total Hourly Lift Capacity 35,545 skiers per hour 31,762 skiers per hour
Longest Run 11 km/7 miles Burnt Stew to Side-Winder, Upper and Lower Olympic 11 km/ 7 miles Green Road down Easy Out
Mountain Restaurants 8 9
Snowmaking 315 acres/127 hectares 350 acres/142 hectares