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#WhistlerLovesBigDumps — Welcome to Winter!

Mike Crane Whistler Opening Day

Those blue skies have been blanketed these past few days in thick, snow-filled cover literally dumping the fluffy white stuff.

Welcome to Winter

It's here. And Whistler loves it. Foot after foot, metre after metre of fluffy, life-regenerating powder guaranteed to challenge you, amaze you and remind you of all that is magical in this world.

As we recently overheard: "I had forgotten how quiet the snow is." 

True. Quiet, surreal, mesmerizing: whether you are shredding on the slopes or simply taking a walk through Whistler Village arm-in-arm with the one you love, our winter wonderland can only surprise you with her depth of calming serenity.

Epic Lines

At 139 centimetres over the past 7 days, and 7th Heaven and Glacier chair opening tomorrow, you're in for memory-making this weekend, for sure.

Whistler has built a 50-year reputation on cutting-edge snow conditions and you get to take advantage of all those years of experience.

It matters not a bit whether you choose to experience that snow on the downhill side or rather take it all in on a zipline, bungee jump or while gliding around the outdoor ice skating rink. Same snow, vastly different experiences of it.

It's Like Living in a Snow Globe

Literally. Falling, falling, falling all around you, glistening and softening the world while you wonder at how it is possible to be inside such a magical world.

Along the stone pathways of Whistler Village, over carefully crafted bridges, meandering past happy crowds enjoying apres or watching a street performance, it's like you've stepped into another world: a world where you haven't got a care and life is good.

Join Us

Won't you join us this winter in Whistler? We love big dumps of powder but we love sharing this snowy weather with you even more!

Posted by on Thursday, December 10, 2015