Peak 2 Peak Experience
Take a ride high above the mountains on the Whistler Peak 2 Peak Gondola. Rated as the #1 attraction when visiting Whistler by Tripadvisor the record breaking gondola spans 4.4KM connecting Whistler Mountain and Blackcomb Mountain.
During the ride experience amazing views of the surrounding Pacific Coast Mountain Range and the Whistler Village floor some 1400 feet below. The gondola trip takes about 12 minutes to complete and offers 360 degree views. Gondola cabins arrive every 49 seconds and can seat as many as 24 people. For those willing to wait there are even special gondola cabins equipped with glass floors.
Check out some views from the Gondola
Couple sitting in a 28 seat capacity gondola
Amazing view of the Valley floor some 1400 feet below
Right now Whistler Blackcomb is offering a great deal on their Peak 2 Peak Sightseeing pass if you book 5 days in advance. By booking in advance you can grab a pass for $45.95 which includes a 2nd day of sightseeing for FREE. Think of it as a two for one deal for less than $50. If for some reason you were to buy a pass the day you arrived in Whistler the pass would run you $49.95 and would only be good for the one day. NOTE** both of these prices apply to adults (19 – 64). Listed below is the pricing grid for all ages.
|Regular Rate||Buy 5 days in Advance.
2nd day for FREE
|Adult (18 - 64)||$49.95||$45.95|
|Youth (13 - 17) / Senior 65+||$43.95||$41.95|
|Child (7 - 12)||$35.95||$25.95|
|Infant 6 & Under||FREE|
If you’re interested in booking a Peak 2 Peak sightseeing pass in advance make sure to head on over to the Whistler Blackcomb Sightseeing page or contact them over the phone at 1.888.403.4727.
Along with granting you access to the Peak 2 Peak gondola your sightseeing pass also grants you complete access to Whistler Blackcomb’s hiking and running trails. Explore the amazing hiking trails, grab lunch on the mountain and hit the Peak 2 Peak Gondola all in the same day.
Photo Credit: Steve Rogers
Posted by Aava Whistler Hotel on Tuesday, June 03, 2014