Whistler Mountain, originally named London Mountain, has a summit elevation of 2182 meters (7160 ft) and is the right most (southern) mountain when looking at the Whistler-Blackcomb ski area from Whistler Village. Whistler currently has 7 high speed detachable quad chair lifts, 2 gondolas, 2 fixed grip chair lifts, 2 t-bars. and the drive station for the Peak 2 Peak Gondola connecting it with Blackcomb mountain to the north. There are 4 on hill restaurants, as well as a children's ski school facility and children can sign up for a five day lesson called "Adventure Camp". The total vertical drop is 1530 meters (5020 ft) and 4,757 acres (19 km2) skiable inbound terrain. It is served by two base areas: Whistler Creek, the original base, on its southwest flank, and Whistler Village on its northwest flank.
The Whistler Mountain ski area is the older of the two mountains, having been opened in 1966, 14 years before Blackcomb Mountain. [Source: Wikipedia]