Christine’s Restaurant Blackcomb Mountain, Whistler

Christine’s Restaurant Blackcomb Mountain, Whistler

Photo by Matt Walker, courtesy of Whistler-Blackcomb

Waistcoats and white linen are not out of place in Christine’s, Blackcomb Mountain’s full service, high alpine restaurant. At 6,000 feet, Christine’s has a stunning view of BC’s Sea to Sky region and the Coastal Mountains. Better yet, its menu includes, of course, wild Pacific salmon. Best of all, Christine’s is only steps from the Peak2Peak gondola that joins the peaks of Whistler and Blackcomb. It’s the world’s highest lift of its kind, and boasts the world’s longest unsupported lift span.

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