Whistler, Canada Jet Charters
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Whistler Private Jet Charter Flights
Take in the beauty of British Columbia’s Coast Mountains when you visit this world-renowned resort town. Surrounded by dramatic peaks, clear freshwater lakes, and all the luxury amenities you could wish for, Whistler attracts people of all ages to ski, snowboard, bike, hike, golf, and paddle on its magical terrain. Hitch a ride on the Peak 2 Peak gondola between Whistler and Blackcomb mountains to get a 360 view of the breathtaking landscape. Enjoy an après-ski beverage or grab a bite in Whistler’s pedestrian-only village, and see where the 2010 Olympics were held. Read more about our private jet charter flights in Whistler.
Whistler Jet Charter Information
The largest and most known ski resort town in Canada, Whistler is located on the Coast Mountain range of British Columbia, 75 miles north of Vancouver on the Sea to Sky Highway. Originally named London Mountain, the original ski area was developed by a group of businessmen in the early-1960s with the hopes that the 1968 Olympics would be hosted there. The area was later named Whistler after the ground-dwelling rodent known as a marmot, which makes a high-pitched whistling noise to communicate. The resort has since grown to include two peaks, Blackcomb Mountain, on the north end, and Whistler, on the south, which encompass 8,000 acres of terrain. Whistler has grown exponentially over the years, and even more since it co-hosted the Vancouver Olympics in 2010. The town now encompasses an area of 96.13 square miles, with a number of residential villages featuring large chalets and homes, used both seasonally and year-round. They are connected by a chain of lakes and paved trails, used by visitors, residents and the large number of young people who come from all over the world to work in Whistler.
Things to Do in Whistler
Whistler Blackcomb not only offers some of the best skiable terrain in the world, but the resort is also open in the summer for mountain biking, hiking, ziplining, helicopter rides and more. The more than two dozen gondolas and chairlifts, including from Whistler’s main, Upper and Creekside villages, are open to take downhill skiers, cyclists and hikers up to both mountains. The two mountains are joined by the Peak 2 Peak Gondola, the longest unsupported lift span in the world. The 2.7-mile long, 1,427-feet high journey over Fitzsimmons Creek gives breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains. Whistler is also known for its beautiful parks, lakes and golf courses that surround the town. Lost Lake, located just north of the main village, has cross-country ski and snowshoe trails in winter and bike and walking trails in summer as well as a small beach popular with swimmers. The Nicklaus North Golf Course, designed by famed PGA master Jack Nicklaus, lies alongside Green Lake. You can also golf at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Club at the base of Blackcomb and at Whistler Golf Course alongside Alta Lake south of town. While most of the restaurants, shops and nightlife takes place in Whistler’s main pedestrian village, the site of Whistler’s original base, Creekside Village, also features a number of good après ski dining spots and shops. For arts and culture, visit Whistler’s recently opened Audain Art Museum, which showcases British Columbia art from the early 1800s. The Squamish & Lil'wat Nation Cultural Centre is where you can learn about the area’s indigenous population. The centre features a museum, gift shop and café, where you can try popular aboriginal dishes such as bannock tacos, venison chili and cedar plank sockeye salmon chili or chowder. A luxury day at the spa can be had at Scandinave Spa, just south of Green Lake. It features treatments such as massage, steam baths, saunas, Nordic waterfall and cold plunge as well as hot hydrotherapy baths that overlook the forest and mountains.
How to Book Charter Flights to Whistler
A Stratos Jet Charters’ private flight advisor can assist you in coordinating the details of your Whistler charter flights by ensuring a seamless transaction process. From determining the appropriate private aircraft to finding you the most convenient airports, a Stratos private flight advisor is available around the clock to share his or her industry expertise during the organization of your Whistler private jet charter. Enjoy a heightened flight experience with amenities such customized on-board catering and enhanced business and entertainment capabilities; request extra cargo space for sports equipment and excess luggage or bring your pets along for a first-class flight.
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Whistler Jet Charter Airports
Many book a Whistler jet charter to Vancouver International Airport (CYVR), which is located 84 miles south of Whistler. Let Stratos Jet Charters arrange comfortable ground transportation, suitable to fit your ski equipment and luggage, to Whistler from Vancouver International. Another option in the summer months is to book a small turboprop plane to Pemberton Regional Airport (CYPS), which is located just 20 miles north of Whistler.