WHISTLER MOUNTAIN OPENS WITH FIVE LIFTS Nov 11
Mon 21 November 11
With almost 30cm of new snow in the last two days and up to 80cm forecasted by Tuesday, Whistler Mountain opens more than 2,350 vertical feet.
WHISTLER, BC, November 18, 2011 - Whistler Mountain opened, six days early, for the 2011.2012 winter season. Over 2,350 vertical feet of skiing and riding is available from five lifts; Whistler Village Gondola, Creekside Gondola, Emerald Express, Big Red Express and Franz Chair. A collection of six jib park features are open at the top of the Emerald Chair. Blackcomb Mountain will be opening on November 24th, Whistler Blackcomb’s official opening day.
Whistler Mountain received 29 cm of snow in the last 48 hours and 55-80cm more is expected by Tuesday. The base at Pig Alley is currently 70cm and rising. With early season conditions it is extra important all mountain signage is obeyed and guests stay within the marked operational boundary. With early season snow-pack, guests should be aware of rocks and other hazards below the snow surface. Mandatory downloading via the Whistler Village Gondola or Creekside Gondola is in effect.
Freeskier Mike Douglas’ last day on the mountain is today. Check out his videos as he documents the days before opening at www.whistlerblackcomb.com/embedded
For more information, visit www.whistlerblackcomb.com
Tue 29 November 11, Whistler/Blackcomb, Canada
Blackcomb Mountain opened today, joining Whistler Mountain which opened six days early on November 18.
Thu 01 December 11, Silver Mountain, USA
The opening weekend includes 30 Expert runs, $49 Lift tickets and the only all natural snow in Colorado.
Thu 01 December 11
Big Snow Again Out West While Europe Battles To Open Slopes.
Thu 01 December 11, Whistler/Blackcomb, Canada
During Annual Santa Day the first 75 guests to check in dressed in a full Santa or Mrs. Claus costume on Saturday, December 17, 2011 Ski/Ride FREE
Sun 04 December 11, Silverton Mountain, USA
This was one of the top 3 all-time opening days at Silverton Mountain! Today brought 14” of new snow on top of Colorado’s best all natural base of 36”-48”+ (some places 5’-6’ of depth).