Ski-in-Ski-out properties should by definition be easy to assume that one can have skiing access to and from their individual property. However in practice this isn’t typically the case.
In Whistler we tend to include any ‘slope-adjacent’ properties in our ski-in-ski-out definition. Places that might be just a short walk through the complex to the slope, or even in some cases it may be one aspect and not the other. I.e. it may be Ski in but not Ski out, as is the case with the Northern Lights Whistler complex. This has a sneaky ski route from the mountain to the complex, but would involve a long(ish) walk from the complex to the ski hill or lifts.
Whistler has Ski-in-Ski-out properties throughout the resort, from creekside (the original Whistler) to Whistler mountain, and most predominantly on the side of Blackcomb mountain. And these properties range from small 1 bedroom condos in complexes like the Aspens to 5000sq ft luxury chalets in the private neighbourhood of Kadenwood.