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Do you like saving money?

Of course you do!

Can I help you save money?
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How? By booking that vacation you’ve been wanting!

How does spending your holidays in Canada’s snowiest Winter Wonderland sound?
We’ve already received enough snow the Whistler Blackcomb has Announced an ERALY OPENING of November 16th!
And from the looks of the forecast, we’re about to get another major dumping of that white gold right before the holidays “officially” start (wait, isn’t it always Holidays out here in Whistler??)

We still have some fantastic Accommodations available over the festive season, and we’d love you to get our here and enjoyplaying in our backyard!

Call Reservations directly to discuss how we can save you money over the Holidays this year!

And Just to get you excited to spend your Holidays in Whistler, here’s a few photo’s to tease you!

PowSlash

( Photo: Erin Hogue)

Peak - Dec 12

( Photo: Mitch Winton)

Whistler At night

Posted on Saturday, December 15, 2012 | Comments (0) | Category: Aloha News, Resort Information, Whistler Accommodations, Resort News, Whistler Ski News | Permalink

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December 12th Photo Updates

The big boss man, Gordy, got up on Wednesday December 12th on what turned out to be an absolutely GORGEOUS(!!!) day.

Below are some of the shots he snapped.
And no, I can guarantee he wasn’t waiting around long each time to take pictures,
I’m stoked we were able to get these from him!

Blackcomb Glacier Pow - Dec 12 - Gordy

(Powder rips in Blackcomb Glacier)

Blackcomb Glacier - Dec 12 - Gordy

(ok, so he stopped quickly to show off his lines.)

7th - Dec 12 - Gordy

(Next, off to Heaven – of the 7th variety. Looks like the Snow Gods are smiling!)

7th 2 - Dec 12 - Gordy

(Certainly seems like a rough life out here, doesn’t it?)

Posted on Wednesday, December 12, 2012 | Comments (0) | Category: Aloha News, Resort News, Whistler Ski News | Permalink

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Spending Christmas in Whistler

Spending Christmas in Whistler

With Christmas just around the corner, Whistler is starting to look more and more like the Winter Wonderland that makes this place so magical.
All the trees are decorated with lights, and it looks pretty spectacular at night.

But aside from just walking the Village stroll and looking at lights, what else is there to do?

Ok, well since you asked….

One of my favourites is the Dress Like Santa And Ski For Free day.
It looks like it will most likely be happening on Saturday December 22nd, it is pretty much exactly as it sounds.
Hundreds and Hundreds of skiers and snowboards all dressed as Santa, all coming down the hill at the same time. Depending on your outlook, it’s either a really awesome sight, or extra creepy (you know, if the fat guy scared you as a kid.)

Oh… The ski free part?!
Well the first 75 people to show up to the bottom of the mountain at GLC (Garibaldi Lift co.) dressed fully in their outfit get a free day pass. 
What better way to spend the day?!

Santa Day 2

(I’m pretty sure that’s actually Santa on the left. And no, not all of them are dropping off toys from their hybrid “sleigh”)

Santa Day 1

(It’s like a Christmas version of Where’s Waldo.)

Now that you have that image burned in your mind, picture all of them jumping through hoops of fire, with fireworks going off all around.

Yeah, I wish too….

Unfortunately, there aren’t any Santa’s jumping through hoops for the Fire and Ice show. Instead you’ll have a whole whack load of professional skiers and snowboarders putting on one hell of a show. 
Happening December 16, 23, 30 & January 6th (each Sunday night) this free show is most certainly one of the Family Favourites.

Fire and Ice

(Who can say no to these cute Fire wranglers ?!)

For more information, and Christmas ideas click riiiiiiiiight HERE

Posted on Monday, December 03, 2012 | Comments (0) | Category: Aloha News, Resort Information, Whistler Accommodations, Whistler Events, Resort News | Permalink

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