Winter Review: The Winter Review of Whistler Blackcomb

Whistler Blackcomb

The biggest drawback about Whistler is that once you’ve skied there, it’ll be hard to ski anywhere else. It’s that good.

Let’s start with the terrain. With two huge mountains at your fingertips, the possibilities are endless: from groomers to glaciers, trees to terrain parks, and cliffs to chutes, you’ll always find a challenge—and you’ll always be immensely rewarded.

I remember the first time I set foot on Whistler Mountain. The number of times that I had snowboarded prior to that day could be counted on a single hand. Using borrowed gear (and swapping out goggles for sunglasses– what was I thinking?), I heel-edged my way down green runs, thinking “This probably gets more fun after a bit of practice”.

It’s a little surreal to get to write a review of what is now my home mountain only half a dozen years after that first slide. I’m happy to say that it does get better after a bit of practice.

Publication: Winter Review

Title: The Winter Review of Whistler Blackcomb

The biggest drawback about Whistler is that once you’ve skied there, it’ll be hard to ski anywhere else. It’s that good.

Let’s start with the terrain. With two huge mountains at your fingertips, the possibilities are endless: from groomers to glaciers, trees to terrain parks, and cliffs to chutes, you’ll always find a challenge—and you’ll always be immensely rewarded.

– See more at: http://winterreview.com/resorts/whistler-blackcomb-review/#sthash.xL6vLiXc.dpuf

The biggest drawback about Whistler is that once you’ve skied there, it’ll be hard to ski anywhere else. It’s that good.

Let’s start with the terrain. With two huge mountains at your fingertips, the possibilities are endless: from groomers to glaciers, trees to terrain parks, and cliffs to chutes, you’ll always find a challenge—and you’ll always be immensely rewarded.

– See more at: http://winterreview.com/resorts/whistler-blackcomb-review/#sthash.xL6vLiXc.dpuf

The biggest drawback about Whistler is that once you’ve skied there, it’ll be hard to ski anywhere else. It’s that good.

Let’s start with the terrain. With two huge mountains at your fingertips, the possibilities are endless: from groomers to glaciers, trees to terrain parks, and cliffs to chutes, you’ll always find a challenge—and you’ll always be immensely rewarded.

– See more at: http://winterreview.com/resorts/whistler-blackcomb-review/#sthash.xL6vLiXc.dpuf

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