This is a package skiers and snowboarders will love! Whistler offers amazing ski conditions in the winter, drawing skiers and snowboarders from around the world to experience the 2010 Olympic legacy Alpine Venue racecourses. The usual high levels of precipitation and moderate temperatures combined with an altitude of over 1,600 meters create the west coast powder that Whistler Blackcomb is famous for.
Enjoy all of the benefits and experience of luxury alpine accommodation, including a studio suite with mountain or forest views, 42-inch plasma television, fireplace, outdoor patio and full concierge services.
Purchase an exclusive 20-night Season Pass priced at $4,500 for use anytime or just $3,000 for use Sunday to Thursday only. Or you can get a 10-night pass priced at $2,500 for use anytime or $1,700 for use Sunday to Thursday only. The passes are available until April 15, 2013 (exception: February 15 – 17 and March 25 to April 2). Nita Lake Lodge requires a minimum two nights for each stay. This opportunity is subject to availability.
Nita Lake Lodge is located a one-and-a-half-hour drive from Vancouver at the base of world-class mountains Whistler and Blackcomb.
Vacay.ca Recommends the World Ski & Snowboard Festival
Passes from Nita Lake Lodge are available until April 15, 2013, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t extend your visit for a few extra days! A great time to be in Whistler is during the World Ski & Snowboard Festival, taking place from April 21-21, 2013.
Last year, Vacay.ca Western Canada Sports Editor Miguel Strother visited this event and called it “a serious celebration of life in British Columbia’s mountains.”
Strother: “Attendees will no doubt crowd around the base of Whistler Mountain in the village’s Skier’s Plaza for the electrifying Big Air competition. That event will be charged with the bravado and aerial talents of a who’s who in the ski and snowboard world. These maniacs of winter go beyond big as they huck down eye-popping tricks for open-jawed onlookers enjoying a beverage below. It’s all part of an attempt to walk away with the coveted title of Big Air Champion, a fat cheque and a new Chevrolet Sonic.”
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