Whistler Blackcomb Winter Lift Tickets

  • Whistler Blackcomb opened for skiing, riding and sightseeing on November 25, 2021
  • Lift tickets must be booked with accommodation and are valid for skiing and riding on both mountains
  • For the biggest savings, purchase lift tickets 7+ days in advance
  • Book with confidence – if your plans change, your lift ticket may be refundable (conditions apply)
  • Foot passengers can also access the mountains with a PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola winter sightseeing ticket
  • Learn more about lift tickets in our FAQ section
  • Learn about Whistler Blackcomb's Commitment to Safety for the 2021/22 Winter Season.

Winter 2021/22 Lift Tickets

Adult (19-64) Lift Tickets

Adult (19-64) Dec 3 - Dec 9 Dec 10 - Dec 20 Dec 21 - Jan 2 Jan 3 - Jan 14 Jan 15 - Jan 17 Jan 18 - Feb 5 Feb 6 - Feb 26 Feb 27 - March 27 March 28 - Apr 17 Apr 18 - May 23
1 DAY $138 $146 $169 $159 $169 $159 $169 $159 $132 $92
2 DAY $272 $290 $338 $314 $338 $314 $338 $314 $262 $166
3 DAY $399 $426 $501 $462 $501 $462 $501 $462 $387 N/A
4 DAY $524 $556 $664 $600 $664 $600 $664 $600 $512 N/A
5 DAY $645 $685 $820 $740 $820 $740 $850 $740 $635 N/A
6 DAY $762 $816 $978 $876 $978 $876 $978 $876 $756 N/A
7 DAY $875 $938 $1120 $1008 $1120 $1008 $1120 $1008 $875 N/A

Child (7-12) Lift Tickets

Child (7-12) Dec 3 - Dec 9 Dec 10 - Dec 20 Dec 21 - Jan 2 Jan 3 - Jan 14 Jan 15 - Jan 17 Jan 18 - Feb 5 Feb 6 - Feb 26 Feb 27 - March 27 March 28 - Apr 17 Apr 18 - May 23
1 DAY $69 $73 $85 $80 $85 $80 $85 $80 $66 $46
2 DAY $136 $146 $170 $158 $170 $158 $170 $158 $132 $84
3 DAY $201 $213 $252 $231 $252 $231 $252 $231 $195 N/A
4 DAY $264 $280 $332 $300 $332 $300 $332 $300 $256 N/A
5 DAY $325 $345 $410 $370 $410 $370 $410 $370 $320 N/A
6 DAY $384 $408 $492 $438 $492 $438 $492 $438 $378 N/A
7 DAY $441 $469 $560 $504 $560 $504 $560 $504 $441 N/A

Youth (13-18) Lift Tickets

Youth (13-18) Dec 3 - Dec 9 Dec 10 - Dec 20 Dec 21 - Jan 2 Jan 3 - Jan 14 Jan 15 - Jan 17 Jan 18 - Feb 5 Feb 6 - Feb 26 Feb 27 - March 27 March 28 - Apr 17 Apr 18 - May 23
1 DAY $117 $124 $144 $135 $144 $135 $144 $135 $112 $78
2 DAY $232 $246 $288 $266 $288 $266 $288 $266 $222 $142
3 DAY $339 $363 $426 $393 $426 $393 $426 $393 $330 N/A
4 DAY $444 $472 $564 $512 $564 $512 $564 $512 $436 N/A
5 DAY $550 $580 $695 $630 $695 $630 $695 $630 $540 N/A
6 DAY $648 $696 $834 $744 $834 $744 $834 $744 $642 N/A
7 DAY $742 $798 $952 $854 $952 $854 $952 $854 $742 N/A

Senior (65+) Lift Tickets

Senior (65+) Dec 3 - Dec 9 Dec 10 - Dec 20 Dec 21 - Jan 2 Jan 3 - Jan 14 Jan 15 - Jan 17 Jan 18 - Feb 5 Feb 6 - Feb 26 Feb 27 - March 27 March 28 - Apr 17 Apr 18 - May 23
1 DAY $124 $131 $152 $143 $152 $143 $152 $143 $119 $83
2 DAY $244 $262 $304 $282 $304 $282 $304 $282 $236 $150
3 DAY $360 $384 $450 $417 $450 $417 $450 $417 $348 N/A
4 DAY $472 $500 $596 $540 $596 $540 $596 $540 $460 N/A
5 DAY $580 $615 $740 $665 $740 $665 $740 $665 $570 N/A
6 DAY $684 $732 $882 $786 $882 $786 $882 $786 $678 N/A
7 DAY $791 $847 $1008 $910 $1008 $910 $1008 $910 $791 N/A

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I Purchase lift tickets at the window this season?

Yes, lift tickets will be available for purchase at the ticket window this season, including same-day lift tickets. Vail Resorts will be limiting lift ticket sales during three peak periods: December 25-January 2, January 14-17 and February 18-27, guests planning to visit during these dates are strongly encouraged to secure their lift access in advance.

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.

I am planning a trip this winter, do I have to purchase lift tickets first?

We expect lift tickets will sell out on select days throughout the season. If you have not secured your lift tickets before visiting, there is a chance you would be unable to ski during your trip. We strongly recommend that you secure your lift tickets as soon as possible to ensure you can ski your desired days.

Is my lift ticket refundable?

If your plans change, your lift ticket is refundable (terms apply). Any unused days on your lift ticket are fully refundable until 5 PM MT on the last day of your ticket. For example, if you buy a ticket dated February 1st-5th, you have until 5pm MT on February 5th to request a refund for any unused days on your ticket.

Is my lift ticket transferrable?

No, lift tickets are non-transferrable. Lift tickets are only available for the ticketed guest name and for the date you purchased.

Will lift tickets be limited during the 2021/22 season?

Vail Resorts is limiting lift ticket sales during three popular peak periods (December 25-January 2, January 14-17 and February 18-27) to prioritize the mountain experience for our guests. Lift tickets will not be limited on any other day this season. Guests visiting during these time periods are strongly encouraged to secure their lift access in advance.

Will physical distancing be implemented on chairlifts and gondolas?

No. Lifts and gondolas will be loaded at normal capacity, optimizing guest movement around the resort.

Will physical distancing be enforced indoors, or in outdoor spaces like lines and mazes?

Currently there are no public health orders in place mandating physical distancing indoors or on lifts or gondolas. Those orders will be continuously monitored as the pandemic evolves and all federal and local public health orders will be followed.

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

No, face coverings will not be required to ski and ride this season. Face coverings will also not be required in outdoor spaces such as lift lines, chairlifts, and restaurant patios. Face coverings are only required on gondolas and indoors, including restrooms, restaurants (while not eating or drinking), lodging properties, and retail and rental locations, in accordance with government mandates. Face coverings are also required on buses.

Do I need a vaccine to ski and ride this season?

No. If you wish to access the resort to ski and ride this season, a vaccination will not be required. Vaccines will also not be required in outdoor spaces such lift lines, chairlifts, gondolas, outdoor restaurants, or in indoor spaces such as restrooms, lodging properties, and retail and rental locations. However, if you wish to access our restaurants, restaurant patios or bars, a BC Vaccine Card will be required for those 12 and older.

What qualifies as proof of vaccination for guests looking to visit restaurants, restaurant patios and bars this season?

Whistler Blackcomb is complying with COVID-19 health orders from the Provincial Health Authority. When entering a restaurant, restaurant patio or bar, guests will be asked to show their BC Vaccine Card, along with a piece of valid government photo ID. You can learn about the BC Vaccine Card, how to obtain yours and where it is required here.

For guests who forget their BC Vaccine Card or have not been vaccinated, they will not be permitted to enter our restaurants, restaurant patios or bars. We recommend they bring their own lunch or visit an outdoor on-mountain restaurant or other dining establishments where BC Vaccine Cards are not required.

Will Whistler Blackcomb staff be required to be vaccinated?

Yes. We believe the COVID-19 vaccine is the way to end this pandemic, and the best way to keep our employees and guests safe. Vail Resorts will be requiring all employees to be vaccinated for COVID-19, effective Nov. 15, 2021. Employees will still be required to complete daily health screenings before coming onsite to work.

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.

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