Whistler Blackcomb offers world class snow schools located at the three major bases, Whistler Village, Blackcomb Base at Upper Village and Whistler Creekside. Being such an incredible destination, some of the best Instructors in the world come to teach at Whistler Blackcomb.
With something to suit all levels, the snow school programs in Whistler offer an amazing opportunity to improve your skills, skip the lift lines, explore all that Whistler Blackcomb has to offer and most importantly have a great time! If it’s your first time to Whistler we would definitely recommend a lesson on your first day so that you can explore the Mountain with an expert that knows it inside and out.
The snow school is second to none and offers lessons catering for beginners right through to experts wanting to fine tune their skills. Our CEO is a certified Ski Instructor so we can offer the very best advice for all levels of skiing and for all ages. We can assist in organising private ski or snowboard lessons and private guides if you are wanting more one-on-one attention or you can make a group of up to four family and friends of a similar ability. Or let us book you a spot in The CAMP, which is hands down the best multi-day ski experience. These programs are so popular that they can book out over key holiday periods, so let us organise this for you so you don’t miss out.
Whether you love the groomers, bumps, deep powder, steeps or are more a back country or heli-skiing extreme type, Whistler Blackcomb has it all and for all levels of skiers and boarders. There’s so much adventure and fun to be had on the mountains each day is it’s own adventure.
Just some of the lesson options on offer at Whistler Blackcomb include:
Private Lessons and Guides Ski All Ages
Private Lessons and Guides Snowboard All Ages
Children’s lessons from age 3 upwards
Ride Tribe 5-Day Program Ski or Snowboard Ages 13-18
The North Face Women’s Ski Camps
Showcase Women’s Snowboard Camps
Extremely Canadian: Steep Ski Clinics; Freeride Snowboard Camp; Backcountry Adventures; Big Mountain Awareness Camps