For the fourth year in a row, Whistler has topped the
“best place to ski and stay in North America” category
in Condé Nast Traveler’s annual readers’ poll.
Photograph by: FABRICE COFFRINI, AFP/Getty Images
B.C.’s Whistler Blackcomb Mountain has earned international acclaim yet again.
For the fourth year in a row, the resort topped the “best place to ski and stay in North America” category in Condé Nast Traveler’s annual readers’ poll. It was also named the best North American resort by Freeskier and Outside magazines and garnered the top spot in National Geographic’s ski runs and lodges category.
“Whistler Blackcomb is honoured to be recognized as an industry leader once again,” said resort president Dave Brownlie in a release. “These rankings reflect the overwhelming dedication from our staff to deliver an incredible mountain resort experience to our guests. The beautiful alpine vistas, the seemingly endless terrain, and our abundant snow are all great physical assets leveraged further by our staff who help create memories for guests again and again.”
Whistler Blackcomb ranked third in the overall category for Transworld Snowboard Magazine and Ski Magazine.
The annual magazine rankings rate resorts on a variety of criteria including terrain, snow quality, lift capabilities, parks and pipes, as well as the quality of its restaurants, lodging, and amenities.
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