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Best Downhill Skis Rentals and Tours in Whistler Blackcomb, Canada

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Spirit Bear Ski Delivery
FROM$25
5.0
Based on 36 reviews

Spirit Bear Ski Delivery is an independent, locally-owned ski and snowboard rental delivery service in Whistler, British Columbia. Spirit Bear provides high quality, convenient ski rental delivery service. Delivery of ski and snowboard rentals is free of charge to all hotels and accommodations in the region. Choose from a wide variety of this season’s skis and snowboards in demo models, high-performance equipment and sports gear. Their experienced staff will help you make the best choice of gear for your trip.read more

Black Tie Ski Delivery Whistler
FROM$40 per day
5.0
Based on 255 reviews

With Black Tie Ski Rentals’ delivery service, you can book top-of-the-line ski and snowboard gear before you arrive, and relax as your equipment is delivered right to your Whistler accomodation. Save 10% by booking on TripOutside! read more

Spicy Sports Ski Rental
FROM$32 per day
4.4
Based on 254 reviews

Spicy Sports is locally owned and operated, providing a genuine British Columbia experience for ski and snowboard rentals, and guaranteeing the best price in Whistler Valley. Spicy has two convenient locations in the Whistler Village, making it easy to rent and return from either location. read more

WB Rentals – Delta Whistler Village Suites

Rent your ski and snowboard equipment with WB Rentals conveniently located in Delta Whistler Village Suites in Whistler Village. Save up to 20% by booking online! Easy pickup or free delivery option, plus complimentary ski valet. Pick up gear any time after 3pm the day before your rental! Free cancellation up to 24 hours before reservation.read more

Summit Sport

Summit Sport

Ski & Snowboard Rentals

FROM$58 per day

Slopeside ski and snowboard rental with Summit Sport conveniently located in the Hilton Whistler Resort in Whistler Village. Easy on-mountain pickup or free delivery, plus complimentary ski valet. Save up to 20% by booking online! Pick up gear any time after 3pm the day before your rental. Free cancellation up to 24 hours before reservation.read more

WB Rentals – Aspens Lodge
FROM$58 per day

Slopeside ski and snowboard rental with WB Rentals conveniently located at Aspens Lodge in Whistler Upper Village. Easy on-mountain pickup or free delivery, plus free ski valet. Save up to 20% by booking online! Pick up gear any time after 3pm the day before your rental. Free cancellation up to 24 hours before reservation.read more

Can-Ski – Creekside
FROM$58 per day

Rent your ski and snowboard equipment with Can-Ski Creekside in the Whistler Creekside base village. Save up to 20% by booking online! Easy pickup or free delivery option. Pick up gear any time after 3pm the day before your rental! Free cancellation up to 24 hours before reservation.read more

Can-Ski – Westin
FROM$58 per day

Slopeside ski and snowboard rental with Can-Ski conveniently located in the Westin in Whistler Village. Easy on-mountain pickup or free delivery, plus complimentary ski valet. Save up to 20% by booking online! Pick up gear any time after 3pm the day before your rental. Free cancellation up to 24 hours before reservation.read more

G1 Rentals

G1 Rentals

Ski & Snowboard Rentals

FROM$58 per day

Slopeside ski and snowboard rental with G1 Rentals in Whistler Village. Easy on-mountain pickup or free delivery. Save up to 20% by booking online! Pick up gear any time after 3pm the day before your rental. Free cancellation up to 24 hours before reservation.read more

Whistler Blackcomb Daylodge Rentals
FROM$58 per day

Slopeside ski and snowboard rental with Whistler Blackcomb Daylodge in Whistler Upper Village. Easy on-mountain pickup or free delivery. Save up to 20% by booking online! Pick up gear any time after 3pm the day before your rental. Free cancellation up to 24 hours before reservation.read more

Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resorts & FAQs

TripOutside lists the local Whistler Blackcomb shops with the highest reviews on Google/Yelp/TripAdvisor (at least 4.0 star weighted average) to make sure you have the best rental experience possible.  We want to make sure we feature the top local outfitters with the best gear for your ski or snowboard vacation.

What is the best month to ski Whistler?

If you’re chasing powder days, a February trip to Whistler is your best bet. There’s the most amount of fresh snow in Whistler from January to March. If you’re looking to ski on less-crowded trails, avoid holiday weekends and visit later in the season. 

How much does it cost to ski Whistler? 

The total daily cost for a Whistler ski trip is $353 including ski rental, lift ticket, lunch and accommodation is as follows:

 

Resort Total Daily Cost Ski Rental Lift Ticket Lunch Accommodation
Whistler Blackcomb $353 $44 $113 $14 $182

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Is Whistler hard to ski? 

Although Whistler Blackcomb resort has a lot of advanced and expert terrain, not all the trails in Whistler are hard to ski. The resort has beginner-friendly slopes distributed throughout the terrain. Beginner trails (also known as green runs) make up 18% of the trails at Whistler Blackcomb, so beginners have plenty of options to match their ski level. The resort has also designated special slow skiing zones for slow skiers, and those new to skiing.

On the other hand, if you are looking for advanced terrain, 42% of the mountain is dedicated to advanced and expert trails, with top notch black diamond runs, moguls, steeps and cliffs.  Advanced and expert skiers love the terrain at Whistler Blackcomb!

Is Whistler the biggest ski resort in the world? 

Whistler Blackcomb is the biggest ski area in North America. Although it is not the biggest ski resort in the world, Whistler is one of the most popular ski resorts in the world. It has a total of 8171 acres of skiable terrain, a vertical drop of 5020 feet, 36 lifts, and more than 200 ski trails which offer a number of options including open bowls, three glaciers, and glade skiing. 

Between Whistler and Blackcomb, the two mountains provide enough terrain for multiple lifetimes.

 Click here for the interactive Whistler Blackcomb trail map.

WHISTLER BLACKCOMB STATS

Statistic Whistler Mountain Blackcomb Mountain
Vertical 5,020 ft / 1,530 m 5,280 ft / 1,609 m
Top Elevation 7,160 ft / 2,182 m 7,494 ft / 2,284 m
Skiable Terrain 4,757 acres / 1,925 hectares 3,414 acres / 1,382 hectares
Terrain Type (beg, int, adv) 20% / 55% / 25% 15% / 55% / 30% adv
Trails 100+ 100+
Parks, Pipes and Snowcross 2 parks 3 parks, 1 super pipe, 1 snow cross track
Longest Run 11 kilometers / 7 miles Burnt Stew down Green Line and Upper to Lower Olympic 11 kilometers / 7 miles Green Road down Easy Out
Total number of lifts (excluding PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola) 19 17
Total Hourly Capacity 36,148 33,791
Summer Skiing/Riding N/A June and July
Opening Year 1966 1980

 

How much do rentals cost at Whistler? 

On average, the cost for a Performance Ski Package in Whistler, CA is $57 per day.  Renting only the skis or a snowboard is less. Rates may vary for holiday weekends such as Presidents Day.

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How long does the ski season in Whistler last? 

The Whistler ski season typically starts in the third week of November, and slows down at the end of April. Skiing in some areas can last up to May, depending on snowfall and snow cover.

Summer skiing and snowboarding in June and July is offered on Blackcomb’s Horstman Glacier.  The area is supported by two t-bars, and the glacier plays host to a public terrain park and several private areas reserved by a variety of summer camps.  Glacier operating hours are 12pm-3pm, with the journey involving two chairlifts and a bus ride across to ride up the 7th Heaven chair.  Conditions are only suitable for advanced and expert skiers.  Horstman Glacier was closed for the summer of 2020.

WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE TYPES OF SKI RENTAL PACKAGES (DEMO, PERFORMANCE, SPORT)?

Demo (or premium) packages are for the advanced skier that wants a specific ski or snowboard rental to match their specific riding style or matching the skis to the terrain. These are high-end, high-performance skis and snowboards.

Performance packages are intended for intermediate to beginner levels, typically for groomed terrain and generally have a stiffer, more specialized flex pattern, and may be wider in the waist.

Sport packages are primarily for groomed runs and intended for more beginner level skiers or snowboarders.

**All packages include downhill skis or snowboard, bindings, boots and poles (ski).

WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE RENTAL PACKAGE?

Packages include downhill skis or snowboard, bindings, boots and poles (ski).

HOW CAN I SAVE MONEY ON SKI AND SNOWBOARD RENTALS?

Renting online in advance can save you money.  Many outfitters offer online reservation rates that are better than walk-in rates.  This helps the shops manage their inventory and plan in advance.  It also guarantees availability of equipment.  TripOutside also has exclusive discounts for customers booking rental gear online from Black Tie Ski Delivery and other ski rental shops.

Get an exclusive 10% discount with Black Tie Ski Delivery when you book on TripOutside!

CAN I JUST RENT SKIS OR A SNOWBOARD? I DON’T NEED THE FULL PACKAGE.

Yes, most shops also rent just skis or a snowboard.  

I DON’T SEE JUNIOR SKI RENTAL PRICES. DO THESE SHOPS RENT KIDS SKIS AND SNOWBOARDS?

Many of the shops listed in the price comparison above do rent kids ski and snowboard equipment. The prices are generally less expensive than adult ski rental and some shops offer deals and discounts on a children’s rental if an adult ski package is also rented.  Click on the shop for more details.

HOW DOES SKI RENTAL DELIVERY WORK?

Don’t ever wait in line at the ski shop again! Black Tie Ski Delivery’s hassle-free delivery service will save you time, which means you’ll have more time on the slopes to enjoy with family and friends. They open earlier and stay open later to ensure the best delivery time for guests and to provide slope side assistance when needed.

Fittings are generally done the night before your first day of skiing, this way you can wake up stress-free and have everything you need to hit the slopes for first tracks. Certified ski rental technicians will select and deliver your ski or snowboard equipment to your lodging property at your scheduled delivery time. Their ski technicians will custom fit you with the latest ski and board equipment based on your rental package, ability level, and the current snow conditions. Their delivery vans come fully stocked with lots of options and sizes so they can be sure all of your equipment fits properly.

Returns are just as convenient and easy as delivery. When you are finished with your rentals, Black Tie Ski Delivery will come back to your lodging and retrieve the equipment with no need to intrude on your dining or travel plans.

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