Whistler Blackcomb Winter Lift Tickets

  • Purchase a Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass to get the best savings, early access and free Epic Coverage
  • Save up to 62% compared to lift tickets
  • Day Passes must be booked with accommodation and are valid for skiing and riding on both mountains
  • Learn more about the new Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass in our FAQ section

2021/22 Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass

Ski one to ten days and receive up to 62% off compared to lift tickets with the Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass! Get your pass for the upcoming season and access Whistler Blackcomb like never before.

  • Epic Coverage included on all Day Passes purchased for the Core Season (Dec 7, 2021 - Apr 17, 2022)
  • Flexible days for up to 62% off in-season lift ticket rates
  • Choose 1 to 10 total days of skiing, offered with and without holiday restrictions
  • Passes must be booked with accommodation
Ticket Type Adult (13+ Yrs)
Unrestricted
Child (7 - 12 Yrs)
Unrestricted
Adult (13+ Yrs)
Restricted*
Child (7 - 12 Yrs)
Restricted*
1 Day $111 $56 $94 $47
2 Day $216 $108 $183 $92
3 Day $314 $157 $266 $133
4 Day $407 $204 $344 $172
5 Day $494 $247 $418 $209
6 Day $576 $288 $487 $244
7 Day $652 $326 $552 $276
8 Day $724 $362 $612 $306
9 Day $792 $396 $669 $335
10 Day $856 $428 $723 $361

*Day Pass products can only be sold with accommodation. All prices quoted are in Canadian dollars. Taxes and fees are extra. Passes do not need to be used on consecutive days. Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass restricted products are restricted on the following dates: November 26 - 27 and December 26 - 31, 2021, January 15 and February 19 - 20, 2022.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass?

The Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass is a customizable set of pass products for the 2021/22 season offering expanded value and flexibility for guests who are looking to ski exclusively at Whistler Blackcomb. Guests purchasing the Day Pass in advance of the season will lock in an incredible discount of up to 62% over window lift ticket prices, while customizing their trip by selecting the number of days they plan to ski or ride – from one day to ten days – and whether to add unrestricted access during peak periods. The discount for the Day Pass increases with each additional day a guest plans to ski or ride. Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass purchasers can use their days anytime throughout the 2021/22 season at Whistler Blackcomb. The Day Pass is non-transferable and non-refundable.

What is the difference between the Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass and a lift ticket?

The Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass is a 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 throughout the season and doesn’t need to be used consecutively, whereas lift tickets must be used on specific dates. The Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass is non-refundable and non-transferable, consistent with season passes.

Does the Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass include cancellation coverage?

Epic Coverage is included FREE (for all pass holders including Day Pass products) during the Core Season (December 7, 2021 through April 17, 2022) and provides refunds associated with certain personal events, including illness, job loss and injury. It also expands coverage to protect you from certain resort closures, such as any due to COVID-19. Beyond this coverage, all Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass products are non-transferrable, non-refundable and are bound by the Whistler Blackcomb Season Pass and EDGE Card Cancellation policy.

What Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass products are available for the 2021/22 season?

There will be two variations of the Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass.

Unrestricted:

  • Access to Whistler Blackcomb only
  • No restricted dates
  • Available for Adults (13+) and Children (7 - 12)
  • Sold in Canadian dollars
  • Choose 1 to 10 total days from as low as CAD$86 per day
  • Does not need to be used on consecutive days
  • Can be used anytime throughout the 2021/22 season
  • Savings increase for each additional day purchased
  • Non-refundable except under a qualifying even under Epic Coverage and non-transferable

Restricted:

  • For those with flexibility to navigate around peak restrictions, guests can realize even greater value with the restricted Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass
  • Includes Peak Restricted dates: 11/26/2021 - 11/27/2021, 12/26/2021 - 12/31/2021, 01/15/2022, 02/19/2022 - 02/20/2022
  • Available for Adults (13+) and Children (7 - 12)
  • Sold in Canadian dollars
  • Choose 1 to 10 total days from as low as CAD$72.30 per day
  • Savings increase for each additional day purchased
  • Non-refundable except under a qualifying even under Epic Coverage and non-transferable

What is the difference between the Epic Pass and Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass?

Both the Epic Day Pass and the Whistler Blackcomb Day pass are non-refundable, non-transferrable and provide incredible value to guests who purchase in advance of the season. The Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass is sold in Canadian dollars, and offers the best value for guests who plan to ski or ride exclusively at Whistler Blackcomb. The Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass offers a savings of up to 62% as compared to lift tickets and up to 35% as compared to Extra Early Booking Offer promotions.

Who is eligible to purchase the Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass?

Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass is for everyone and allows all guests to unlock incredible value at Whistler Blackcomb when they commit in advance of the season. Anyone is able to purchase a Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass while they are on sale ahead of the season; there are no age or geographic restrictions. The Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass is non-refundable and non-transferable.

Do my Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass days have to be used consecutively or can the days be used throughout the season?

No, Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass offers customers flexibility to use the preloaded amount of days throughout the 2021/22 winter season. The days do not have to be used consecutively. The Restricted Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass option is subject to restricted dates.

Will I be able to purchase Whistler Blackcomb Day Passes all year?

No, the Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass will only be sold for a limited time, ahead of the winter season, so purchase today for the best price guaranteed!

Will I need to wear a face covering on the ski hill?

Yes, guests are required to wear face coverings in every part of mountain operations, which includes loading and riding in chairlifts and gondolas, when inside all buildings, and during all ski and snowboard lessons. No one will be permitted on the mountain without a face covering. We also strongly recommend that guests wear face coverings in all indoor and outdoor public spaces throughout our resort and will continue to encourage our community to make this a requirement. Being safe and successful this season will require everyone’s cooperation and we believe face coverings are foundational to making that possible.

Pass Holder Reservation System

For your safety, Whistler Blackcomb will be managing how many people are on the mountain this season and implementing a pass holder reservation system. Reservations will be required to access the both mountains. For the vast majority of days, Whistler Blackcomb anticipates they will be able to accommodate everyone who wants to ski or ride at our resort. This reservation system is designed to give you peace of mind knowing that you will have the space you need to feel safe and physically distanced, no matter what day you visit.

Please note, reservations are required for pass holders only. Reservations are automatically included when you purchase a daily lift ticket.

Reservation System FAQs

Why is there a reservation system for the 2020/21 ski season?

Why are Whistler Blackcomb implementing a reservation system?

For your safety, Whistler Blackcomb are managing on-mountain access this season. To ensure physical distancing is possible, Whistler Blackcomb will be managing the number of guests on-mountain. For the vast majority of days, it is expected that it will not be an issue for anyone to access our mountains. Reservations will be required every day of the season at every resort for all pass holders. Pass holders will have priority access to book their preferred days during the season, and lift tickets will not go on sale until Dec 8, 2020.

How are the capacity maximums determined by the resort?

Whistler Blackcomb will be assessing capacity based on a variety of factors to determine the capacity across each of our resorts by taking into account factors such as operating plans, local regulations, weather conditions, size of resort, historic visitation numbers and our own operating experience to estimate the number of guests we can accommodate for safe physical distancing. Capacity maximums will vary based on the above factors and may change based on certain other factors, including government regulations or operational ability.

How will the reservation system work?

Do I have to make a reservation to be able to use my pass?

Yes, this season, Whistler Blackcomb will be implementing a reservation system for every day of the season. It is possible that at some point in the season we may decide that we no longer need the reservation system. However, with so many uncertainties, we believe it is prudent to have this system in place now. The reservation system is designed to provide confidence to pass holders to know when they will be able to use their pass. Pass holders will be required to make a reservation, whereas for lift ticket purchasers, the reservation will be automatically included as part of their purchase. When you purchase a lift ticket for this season, it will include a reservation for a specific date, and therefore there is no need to make any further reservation.

Do I need to make a reservation when I purchase a lift ticket?

No, when you purchase your lift ticket, it is for a specific resort and specific date, and therefore there is no need to make any further reservation.

When will I be able to make my reservations for the season?

As we transition into our core season on 8 December, pass holders can now book week-of reservations daily for the following seven days. A new day will be available for week-of reservations each night at midnight MST instead of a once-a-week release on Wednesdays. Ex: if a guest wants to book a week-of reservation for 15 December, this will become available to book at midnight MST on 8 December.

How do I make a reservation?

Pass holders will be able to make a reservation online at epicpass.com by logging in to My Account or over the phone. Additional information will be provided by early November.

How many days can I reserve at one time?

Pass Holders can reserve up to 7 Priority Reservation Days at a time, for any point in the core season (Dec 8-Apr 4), based on your pass type and availability. Once a Priority Reservation Day is used, you can make another reservation at any point. Planning a big trip? Use your Priority Reservation Days to lock it in in advance.

In addition to your Priority Reservation Days, you will be able to reserve as many week-of reservations as your pass type and availability allow during the core season from Dec 8 to Apr 4. Pass Holders can now book week-of reservations daily for the following seven days. A new day will be available for week-of reservations each night at midnight MST. Week-of reservations in the Core Season do not count against your Priority Reservation Days.

Do pass holders get first access to reservations?

Yes. In the Early Season, pass holders will be the only guests on the mountain and lift tickets will not be for sale. Pass holders will have exclusive access to make reservations for the Core Season from November 6, 2020 through December 7, 2020 to reserve up to 7 Priority Reservation Days or the number of days available on their pass, up to 7 days. During this window, there will be no daily lift tickets sold for the Core Season, giving pass holders priority access.

What do I need to bring to the resort on the day of my reservation?

Booking a reservation will turn on and off your pass access for that day, so there will be no need for pass holders to bring anything but their pass and they will be able to access the mountain as usual. If you purchase a lift ticket this season, it will include a reservation for a specific resort and specific date, and therefore there is no need to make any further reservation. As a result, you only need to bring your lift ticket as you normally would to access the mountain.

Plan your next season with confidence

We are confident next season will be great. But we understand you might be nervous about what the future may hold. We want you to know you are covered, and in a way that is more expansive than anything that has ever existed before for pass holders. Epic Coverage is designed to give you the peace of mind you need to get back on the slopes next season.

What is Epic Coverage?

Epic Coverage is included FREE (for all pass holders including day pass products) during the Core Season (December 7, 2021 through April 17, 2022) and provides refunds associated with certain personal events, including illness, job loss, and injury. It also expands coverage to protect you from certain resort closures, such as any due to COVID-19. If any of the following happens over the course of the next season, you will get a full or prorated refund. We hope this allows you to look past today’s uncertainty and toward a new season....together again on the mountains we love.

If any of the following happens over the course of next season, you will get a full or prorated refund:

Personal Coverage

  • Job Loss
  • Stay-At-Home Order from County, State, Country
  • Injury, Sickness, Death
  • Pregnancy
  • Visa Rejection
  • Jury Duty
  • Military Service
  • Employer Transfer
  • Travel Restriction due to United States or Canadian border closure
  • And more

Resort Closure between December 7, 2021 and April 17, 2022 due to:

  • Disease (E.g. Covid-19)
  • War
  • Terrorism
  • Natural Disaster
You are covered when you need it the most, both now and throughout the season.


Epic Coverage - FAQ

Epic Coverage - Frequently Asked Questions

How do I sign up for Epic Coverage?

Epic Coverage is free for all pass holders and there is no sign up required. No later than November 1, 2021, Vail Resorts will provide further instructions via email on how to log in and select the coverage.

Do I have to pay for Epic Coverage?

No, Epic Coverage is free for all pass holders. Historically, pass holders had to pay up to $35 if they chose to insure their pass against personal risk, but the new Epic Coverage program is now included with all passes.

Can I still purchase Pass Insurance?

No, Vail Resorts no longer offers Pass Insurance. Epic Coverage provides refunds for qualifying personal events as well as certain resort closures due to disease (e.g. COVID-19), war, terrorism, or specific natural disasters. And it’s free for all pass holders.

Are all pass and card products are included in Epic Coverage?

Yes. All Whistler Blackcomb pass or card products are are included in Epic Coverage.

Do I still have Epic Coverage once I use my pass?

Yes, you will have Epic Coverage from when you purchase your pass through the end of the 2021/22 ski and ride season for qualifying personal events and through the “Core Season” (December 7, 2021 and April 17, 2022) for certain resort closures, depending on your coverage preferences selected.

What is covered by Epic Coverage?

Epic Coverage provides protection across a range of personal events and certain resort closures. A summary of the qualifying personal and resort closure events that are covered are shown below.

If any of the following happens over the course of next season, you will get a full or prorated refund:

Personal Coverage

  • Job Loss
  • Stat-At-Home Order from County, State, Country
  • Injury, Sickness, Death
  • Pregnancy
  • Visa Rejection
  • Jury Duty
  • Military Service
  • Employer Transfer
  • Travel Restriction due to United States or Canadian border closure
  • And more

Resort Closure Between December 7, 2021 and April 17, 2022 due to:

  • Disease (e.g. Covid-19)
  • War
  • Terrorism
  • Natural Disaster (specifically defined in resort Terms & Conditions)

You are covered when you need it the most, both now and throughout the season.

When does my Epic Coverage become effective?

Your Epic Coverage begins when you purchase your pass and agree to the terms and conditions of Epic Coverage, and lasts until the last day of the 2021/22 ski season for personal events and through the Core Season (December 7, 2021 and April 17, 2022) for certain resort closures.

What is the coverage period for a personal event?

If a qualifying personal event occurs between the purchase of your pass and the last day of the 2021/22 ski and ride season, you may be eligible for a full or prorated refund based on when your personal event occurred and/or how many days you are able to ski or ride during the season. Specific personal events must impact at least 30 consecutive days of the core season to qualify. Please see “How are refunds determined?” for more details.

When does a resort closure event need to occur to be covered?

A covered resort closure event must occur during the Core Season. The “Core Season” is from December 7, 2021 to April 17, 2022. This is the time period used to define the percentage of the season impacted when determining refunds. Please see the “How are Refunds Determined?” section for additional details.

Will there be a reservation system for the 2021/22 season? How does this impact Epic Coverage?

While we do not know exactly how COVID-19 will impact our industry moving forward, Vail Resorts do not plan to have a reservation system next season.

If COVID-19 issues persist and restrictions are required at the resorts, will I get a refund?

If Vail Resorts announces a reservation system with capacity limits for all of our resorts for the 21/22 season prior to December 5, 2021, you will have a limited-time opportunity to opt out of your pass purchase and receive a refund if you have not used your pass.

Are resort closures caused by snow events covered by Epic Coverage?

No. The only weather-related events that are covered by Epic Coverage are for natural disasters (flood, hurricane, tornado, earthquake, fire, and volcanic eruption) that lead to a resort closure. All other weather-related closures are not eligible for refunds.

If the entire 2021/22 season is lost due to a covered resort closure, would I get a full refund for my pass purchase?

Yes, if the entire 2021/22 season was lost due to all of our owned and operated resorts being closed during the Core Season (December 7th, 2021 to April 17th, 2022) due to disease (e.g. COVID-19), war, terrorism, or a natural disaster, then you would receive a 100% refund at the end of the 2021/22 season.

For refunds that are influenced by the number of days I ski or ride, how are the number of days I skied determined?

Any days skied or ridden at Vail Resorts’ owned and operated resorts, as well as any days skied or ridden at our partner resorts, will count towards your number of days, regardless of the time period of the season in which you skied or rode.

Terms and Conditions

For Epic Coverage Terms & Conditions, please visit www.epicpass.com

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