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April 11, 2019

Posted in BC, festival, local, spring, Whistler


How locals make the most of Whistler in spring

What’s the best thing about Whistler? Some might say it’s the epic mountains. Others might say the incredible outdoor recreation. For someone else, it’s the first-class restaurants or the fabulous stores or the lavish accommodations. Heck, we’re running out of superlatives!  And, sure, they’d be right. It’s all of those things. But for us locals, we can proudly add another reason to love Whistler: it’s ours.

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February 12, 2019

Posted in grouse, skiing, snowboarding, Vancouver, Whistler


Where winter-sport newbies learn to ski and snowboard in Vancouver

Kids are often not the only ones new to skiing; Whistler Blackcomb, Grouse (pictured here), and Cypress mountains have a lot to offer adults just starting out in the world of winter fitness.

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January 17, 2019

Posted in BC, Blackcomb, snow, Whistler


December 2018’s snowfall in Whistler broke a 24-year-old record

Just how epic has the snow been in Whistler lately? Well, their December snowfall total smashed a previous record held for 24-years. And the snow keeps falling.

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January 10, 2019

Posted in snowshoe, Vancouver, Whistler


THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO SNOWSHOEING IN WHISTLER: 8 FREE PLACES TO SNOWSHOE

When you think of Whistler, you probably think of skiing. But there is great snowshoeing in Whistler too. (And it’s waaaay less expensive than skiing!) Whether you are a snowshoe virgin or have years of experience, there are lots of places to go snowshoeing near Whistler.

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January 08, 2019

Posted in snowshoeing, Trail, Vancouver, Whistler


Best places to go snowshoeing in Vancouver and Whistler

Savvy Vancouver hikers know they don’t have to stop hitting the trails in winter… they just have to get some snowshoes. While there aren’t as many places to go snowshoeing in Vancouver as there are to go hiking, there are still lots to choose from.

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November 20, 2018

Posted in skiing, snowboarding, Vancouver, Whistler


Whistler Blackcomb reveals opening day for winter season

Get your boards and skis ready.

The 2018/2019 winter season at Whistler Blackcomb begins on Thursday, November 22, according to a post on Facebook.

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November 02, 2018

Posted in grouse, Seymour, snowboarding, snowfall, Whistler


CYPRESS, SEYMOUR & GROUSE MOUNTAIN WAKE UP TO EARLY OCTOBER SNOWFALL

An early October snowfall has hit the three local mountains on the North Shore.

 

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