Lost Lake offers many well maintained trails for cross-country skiing. Many of the Golf courses also have trails maintained for cross-country skiing. Callaghan Valley 13 km south of Whistler offers Nordic skiing on prepared cross-country ski trails.
Summer skiing is offered on Blackcomb Glacier until August.
Ski down the 7,500-ft Spearhead (behind Blackcomb), 9,000-ft Ipsoot Mountain (north of Whistler), 7,200-ft Powder Mountain (south west of Whistler Village), and 9,300-ft Feethurley River Area (north of Pemberton).
Whistler can carry 60,000 skiers per hour. Visitors from all over the world come to Whistler to ski. Whistler and Blackcomb give skiers and boarders access to over 28,000 hectares of ski and snowboard terrain, 200 marked trails, 12 massive Alpine bowls, 3 glaciers, and 33 lifts. The average snowfall is 360 inches or 30 feet per year at the summit level. Average alpine temperatures are between -12c and -5c.
Both Whistler and Blackcomb mountains offer a huge variety of skiing for all standards of skiers. Experts will be challenged by the black-diamond chutes off the Horstman glacier.