Vacay.ca is excited to partner with SnowSeekers through January 2018 to bring you stories and inspiration about booking a snow-filled adventure you won’t soon forget. In previous installments we wrote about the best apres ski along the Powder Highway and tips for how to ski powder. In this column, we give you some great ideas for planning the best Spring Break ski holiday at Whistler Blackcomb.
If you’re booking your spring break at Whistler Blackcomb this year, ex-Easterner and long-time Whistler local, Kristen Wint, has your perfect how-to guide for an awesome trip to beautiful B.C.
A contributor to SnowSeekers, Wint gives you the goods on how to get the lowest prices on lift tickets and rental gear, as well as tips on where to ski, ride, and play hard with your family.
Whistler Blackcomb has so much family-friendly terrain to explore, she helps you narrow it down with a local’s perspective on where to go with kids in tow – from skiing and riding in Whistler Mountain’s Family Zone to awesome winter playgrounds in the woods.
Read Krisen Wint’s full story on SnowSeekers to learn how you can make the most of your ski holiday at Whistler Blackcomb.
When it comes to fuelling up your fam, there are some absolute, must-do dining experiences that include chowing down on scrumptious food and having the time of your lives on the slopes. Luckily, when energy wanes and thighs are burning, there are plenty of great spots to hook everyone up with what they crave – veg heads, meat-lovers, you name it. Remember, the runs out here are long, so bribing kids with treats all day is totally acceptable.
More about SkiBC
Read the full story to plan your Spring Break ski holiday in this SnowSeekers’ story, which gives you all the details from the best runs to restaurants.
Start doing your SkiBC homework with SnowSeekers, your go-to website on everything snow in B.C.