The guide to buying lift passes and tickets!

So, you’re coming up to Whistler Blackcomb and you’re eager to hit the slopes! Let’s look into the different options you have to get the lift passes that are right for you!

Lift Tickets: These can be bought the day of your trip or in advance and are specific to the day you are planning on enjoying the slopes. You can purchase same-day lift tickets online or at the resort ticket window. For the biggest savings, purchase your lift tickets online, 7+ days in advance of your visit. If you purchased your lift ticket 9 or more days in advance, your lift ticket will be mailed to your address. If you don’t receive your lift ticket before your ski day, simply go to the resort ticket window to pick up your ticket. If you purchased your lift ticket less than 9 days in advance of your first ski day, go to the resort ticket window to pick-up your ticket.

Day Passes: The Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass is a pass product that provides expanded value and flexibility over lift tickets. With savings of up to 62% as compared to lift tickets for guests purchasing in advance of the season, the Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass also offers flexibility to choose when you ski or ride throughout the season and doesn’t need to be used consecutively, whereas lift tickets must be used on specific dates.

Seasons Passes: There many options for what type of seasons pass will suit your needs. If you’re planning on visiting more mountains that just Whistler/Blackcomb, the Epic Pass may be right for you!

  • The Epic Pass offers additional limited access to Fernie Alpine Resort, Kicking Horse Mountain Resort, Kimberley Alpine Resort, Nakiska, Mont Sainte Anne, Stoneham, Telluride Ski Resort, Sun Valley, Snowbasin, and Hakuba Valley and Rusutsu in Japan.
  • The Unlimited Seasons Pass at Whistler Blackcomb gives you the freedom and flexibility to do winter your way. Enjoy exclusive perks and discounts at Whistler Blackcomb as an Unlimited Pass holder.
  • There are a few other options of types of passes that may suit your needs if you’re a student, local or adaptive skier or rider.

For a full list of information and answers to frequently asked questions, make sure to visit Whistler Blackcomb’s website for up-to-date prices, purchasing options and regulations that may affect the mountain!