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We offer the following return trips by limousine :

• Limousine from airport to Whistler
• Limousine from Vancouver to Whistler
• Limousine from Seattle to Whistler
• Limousine from Seatac to whistler

Let It Snow !

No matter where you are, you aren’t far from the world Olymics host for 2010: Whistler Blackcomb. Whether you’re a beginner on the bunny slopes, an ex-Olympian reliving your glory days, experience the trip there in our luxurious Ford SUV’s or our stretched limousines. We provide personalized meet & greet at Vancouver Int'l Airport. and an enjoyable transfer to whistler.

Whistler Blackcomb:

Whistler-Blackcomb is a ski resort located in Whistler, British Columbia which comprises a village with several large hotels, eateries and bars, condominiums, and expensive homes. The village is 675 metres (2,214 feet) above sea level, and is located approximately 126 kilometres (78 miles) from Vancouver, and Vancouver International Airport.

There are two mountains developed for skiing, Whistler Mountain and Blackcomb Mountain. The highest lift elevation, on Blackcomb, is 2284 metres (7,494 feet), and the terrain is accessed by 24 major lifts. The vertical drop of 1609 metres (5,280 feet, or one mile) at Blackcomb is the highest of any ski resort in North America. Whistler Blackcomb, the largest ski area in North America, has a skiiable area of 8,171 acres (33 km²), over 50% larger than that of Vail, the runner-up, with 5,289 acres (21 km²).

By some reports, Whistler Blackcomb is the largest ski area in the world, but because of the practice of many European ski resorts (the largest are in France, Austria, and Switzerland) of measuring total trail length rather than total area, a definitive answer isn't currently available. Blackcomb has a glacier that allows for summer skiing from June until August. Whistler Blackcomb will host events for the 2010 Winter Games, including the men's and women's slalom and GS, and the bobsleigh, luge, and skeleton