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Whistler Blackcomb extends its ski season until 30 May

Whistler Blackcomb extends its ski season until 30 May Over the past 10 years Whistler has averaged 1163 cm of snow all each year. The 2015/16 snow levels have just surpassed the average and currently clocks in at an impressive 1177 cm.

With a total snowfall so far this season of nearly 12 metres Whistler Blackcomb will be extending the ski season on Blackcomb Mountain until 30th May! This means skiers and snowboarders still have another 2 months of spring skiing to enjoy before winter ends.

It has been an excellent ski season in Canada; Whistler has had consistent fresh snow this season with the majority of the snowfall in December and March.

With winter showing no signs of stopping anytime soon, this could end up being the snowiest winter in the past 10 years!

Whistler extends ski season
22 Mar 2016

Whistler Blackcomb
21 Mar 2016

Photos: Mitch Winton, Coast Mountain Photography

We still have ski holiday availability for Whistler, have a browse at Whistler Ski Deals our Contact Us for a tailor made holiday to your requirements.

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