If the biggest and the best are high on your winter getaway “must-haves,” then a ski trip to Whistler Blackcomb, B.C. should top your list. The Whistler Blackcomb ski resort expands across 100-plus trails on 8,171 acres. The longest trail lasts for seven miles and descends more than 5,000 vertical feet. 

The skiing is something unlike anything else you will experience in North America, and the icing on the cake is the off mountain vibe found in Whistler Village—especially during après. The beauty of après ski is that it loosely encapsulates a variety of activities and experiences, which typically range from cold beers, wings and billiards to champagne, fondue and high-end spa treatments. Each person can tailor it a bit to fit their own preferences, as long as you’re celebrating a good day on the slopes.

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Ski.com Epic Dream Job hire Jackson Lebsack met up with the guys from The Rolling Van Creative to experience everything Whistler had to offer, both on the mountain and off. Here are some of Jackson’s highlights:

Meeting up with Epic Dream Job buddies and content creators, Matt and Aaron (@therollingvan)

Ketel One Ice bar whistler

The guys creating cool content.

Yukon Breakfast Snowmobile with Canadian Wilderness

Jackson on a snowmobile

Brap Brapp

Ziplining with Ziptrek Ecotour

Zipline in Whistler

But when will they make the Peak2Peak zipline?

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Skiing first tracks, attending the fresh tracks breakfast buffet and watching the sunrise



Champagne sabering and dining at Bearfoot Bistro

bearfoot bistro champagne

There's nothing like using a sword to open a bottle of bubbly.

Sampling Vodka in the -25F Ketel One Ice Room

Ketel One shots

Those shot glasses look a little chilly.

Next Stop → Fernie, British Columbia

To see more from Jackson's skiing and travels around the world, follow him on Instagram @skicom or @jacksonlebsack, and on Ski.com's Facebook page. You can also keep up with his travels in realtime on Ski.com's website.