Four Seasons Resort Whistler, Whistler, British Columbia

  • Anne Kazel-Wilcox

Set in the Coast Mountains of British Columbia, site of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games, the Four Seasons Resort Whistler is surrounded by North America’s most expansive skiable terrain. A new peak-to-peak gondola connects the area’s two mountain resorts, Whistler and Blackcomb (the latter is located closer to the Four Seasons), making all that terrain more accessible than ever. The ski concierge at the 273-room Four Seasons facilitates the experience further, assisting guests with lift tickets, lessons, equipment storage, and more. If you arrive at the resort without ski gear, no problem: The Four Seasons offers skis, poles, boots, and designer ski clothing for rent.

604.935.3400, www.fourseasons.com

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