Whistler Blackcomb woke up this morning to a ridiculous amount of snow on its higher peaks and this October is beginning to look more and more like January.

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Unfortunately, Whistler Blackcomb does not permit uphill access in the offseason and are asking the public to respect the property as they start prepping for winter operations. Also, all the recent snow on top of rotten, summer snow is creating precarious avalanche conditions across the higher peaks.

Whistler Blackcomb Alpine Forecast:


*Bottomline, if you’re heading out for early season turns, evaluate the snowpack and terrain carefully before dropping in

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