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The Blackcomb glacier opens for a few hours a day from mid-June to early August, but the number of runs are limited as most of it is used by summer ski and snowboard camps.
 
The Blackcomb glacier opens for a few hours a day from mid-June to early August, but the number of runs are limited as most of it is used by summer ski and snowboard camps.
 
As of September 2014, Whistler Blackcomb now uses a RFID access control system.  All lift ticket buyers or passholders are issued a individual plastic card with an embedded RFID chip.  The user's name is printed on the card at the time of purchase.  The user is instructed to wear the card in the upper left pocket of a ski jacket, and then walk or ski up to the RFID readers installed at gondola and lift entrances, which detect the RFID chip and allow the user to proceed accordingly.
 
  
 
=== Other activities ===
 
=== Other activities ===

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