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World Ski and Snowboard Festival

World Ski and Snowboard Festival

World Ski and Snowboard Festival 2017ABOUT THE WORLD SKI & SNOWBOARD FESTIVAL

Do I need to buy a Festival pass or ticket?
No. There is no admission fee to take part in the World Ski & Snowboard Festival. Many of the events are free!

Free events include the daily concerts on the main stage in the village and in the clubs during Kokanee Freeride Club Series (19+ only), State of the Art, the Whistler DogFest, Mascot Mayhem, and many other activities, events and showcases throughout the Village walkways.

Tickets are required for a few of the evening events, including The END, Intersection, the Pro Photographer Showdown and the 72hr. Filmmaker Showdown.

What’s happening at night?
There are lots of things happening every night during the Festival. The bars and clubs are hopping with free music as part of the
Kokanee Freeride Club Series. Inspiring film and photography events take place during the evenings, plus there are always lots of surprises around every corner and in every bar. Check out the Festival Schedule for the ‘official’ nightlife line-up but keep your eyes open for impromptu cool stuff… Continue Reading

Tahoe Donner Cross Country Ski Area Opens for the Winter Season

With new snow, Tahoe Donner Cross Country Ski Area opened for the winter season this past Saturday, Nov. 26. Coincidentally, the resort opened last year for the season on Nov. 26, 2015 as well, which happened to be Thanksgiving Day. “We are excited to be open in November again this year on Thanksgiving weekend,” said… Continue Reading

Never Ever Days Return to Whistler Blackcomb December 10 & 11

450 Adults New To Skiing/Snowboarding Will Receive a Lesson, Lift Ticket, Rental Gear & Après For Only $25 Fresh on the heels of a massive expansion and upgrade to the learning area on Whistler Mountain, Never Ever Days are back at Whistler Blackcomb. On December 10 and 11, 450 (225 on each day) beginner adult… Continue Reading

Whistler Blackcomb Extends Season Due to Above Average Snowfall

Whistler Blackcomb Extends Season Due to Above Average Snowfall

Skiing and Snowboarding Will Continue on Blackcomb Mountain Through to May 30 WHISTLER, BC March 21, 2016 – After officially surpassing its average annual snowfall of 1,163cm (458in), Whistler Blackcomb has decided to extend its ski season by an additional week, pushing the closing date of Blackcomb Mountain to May 30, 2016. Whistler Blackcomb has… Continue Reading