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Garibaldi [1]

Photographs of Garibaldi Park including, but not limited to, mountaineering and skiing.

Each transparency has the code "GZ" with a respective number.

WB Whistler Blackcomb Magazine 2005-2006

The WB Whistler Blackcomb Magazine for the 2005/2006 season.
Table of Contents:
10 Dropping In - Whistler Blackcomb's historic anniversary year.
12 Quick Hits - What's new this year, plus info on demos, ski schools, rentals and a full event calendar.
20 Family Focus - From the new Tube Park and Family Zones to the Whistler Kids program, Whistler Blackcomb has something for everyone.
24 Striving for Sustainability: Whistler Blackcomb's quest for environmental excellence.
26 Summer Adventure at its Peak - Biking, hiking and sightseeing high in Whistler's alpine.
28 WB Magazine's Food and Drink "Best Of" list.
30 The Science of Snow Reporting - A day in the life of Anton Horvath, avalanche forecaster.
34 Maintaining the Highest Level - It's all in the grooming.
36 A Tale of Three Retailers - Can-Ski, Westbeach and Showcase Snowboards
40 Dual Mountain Milestone - An Olympic dream grows into at 40th birthday for Whistler and 25th for Blackcomb.
46 Big Mountain Adventure - Pros describe some of their best days even on Whistler Blackcomb from Air Jordan and Spanky's Ladder to the new Peak to Creek Zone.
52 Exposed - WB Magazine's photo feature.
58 - Essential Equipment - Our 2005-06 gear guide.
80 - Local Knowledge - Some of the mountains' best kept secrets.
Includes information on: Whistler Blackcombs anniversaries, upgrades on the ski hills, building the Whistler Sliding Centre, the World Ski and Snowboard Festival's 10th anniversary, Whistler Blackcomb Ski Schools, things to do in and around Whistler, sustainability efforts, summer events, food and drinks in Whistler, the science of snow reporting, how the mountain is groomed, three ski retailers (Can-Ski, Westbeach and The Shop), some pros describe their favourite spots on the mountains to ski, a photo collection from the Whistler Blackcomb area, a guide to buying new ski gear, and a local's knowledge section about the best ski runs.

Whistler Mountain News - Spring 1992

  • YANISIW-01-01-004
  • Dossier
  • 1992
  • Fait partie de CJ Yanisiw

Whistler Mountain News newsletter given out to guests and passholders in Spring 1992. Articles include:

  • Avalanche dog team awarded top level
  • Why Little Red had to go
  • New faces
  • Snowboarder's Responsibility Code
  • Growing pains
  • Peak Performers
  • Ultimate guest service
  • Racers travel to Olympics and Italy
  • The Racer's Code of Etiquette
  • The front lines
  • Of grandmothers, dogs, gates and Cates
  • Special Events on Whistler Mountain
  • Bumps, boards, gates, powder, and more

Whistler - The Magazine 1991 Special Anniversary Issue

Magazine featuring articles on Whistler's many amenities.

Table of contents:

p. 7: Fresh Tracks - Whistler is changing so quickly it's hard to keep up. Here are a few quick items to keep abreast of everything from Powder Mountain to Burnt Stew, Bjorn Borg to Rev. Reay.

p.12: Olympic Dreams - The momentum which has carried Whistler to its present state started back in the early 60s with a bid for the Olympic Winter Games. By Bob Barnett.

p.17: Chronology - A date-by-date compilation of what happened and when in Whistler's past century of development as a resort and community

p.19: Kids' Stuff - Kids know Whistler's a great place to bring their parents. Here's the low-down on what's happening for tots to teens. By Andy Jukes.

p. 22: You Must Be Crazy - Blackcomb's Saudan Couloir and Whistler Mountain's Peak to Valley races are extreme competitions on superlative mountains. By Doug Sack

p. 26: Mountain Map - Take the trail orienteering out of orientation.

p. 29: Ski In Vogue - The functional third to the latest ski fashions.

p. 30: Chateau Whistler - Special section on the features of CP's hotel

p.33: Seasonal Changes: There is no off-season, in fact things pick up in the summer with activities from climbing to river rafting as well as fishing, which started it all. By Brian Smith

p. 36: Whistler Vision - Four local photographers show their best

p. 38: Valley Map - Here's the illustrated route through Whistler

p. 40: Interior Perspectives - Home is where the hearth is. A walking tout through Whistler designer homes with a view. By Leana Rathkelly

p. 46: Nancy's Ski Tips - Whistler's Olympic champion Nancy Greene Raine shares a few of her secrets for making the most of your day on Whistler and Blackcomb.

p. 48: Dining Guide - Haute Cuisine at the foot of the mountains

p. 54: Night Life - A walk on the wild side: life after dark

p. 58: Final Frame - Bored with skiing? Try flying, on a ski

B.C. Motorist Magazine, January-February 1967

The January-February 1967 (Vol. 6, No. 1) issue of B.C. Motorist Magazine published by B.C. Automobile Association containing the following articles:
"Teenage Drivers"
"Whistler - Hottest Ski Area in Canada"
"The Driving Lesson"
"Electric Autos Coming Back?"
"New Life for Old Totems"
"Fasten Your Seat Belts, Please!"
"Lake Country and Ghost Towns"
"Fishermen and Fish - The West Coast Troller"
"A Walk to Siwash Rock"
"Campbell River Loves the Sea"
"A Man and His Fossil Mountain"
Cliff Fenner used tabs on cover page and on pages 4 and 6 to indicate his photographs used in the magazine. These photographs are of Black Tusk, construction of the village in Whistler, and Dag Aabye (ski acrobat) on Whistler Mountain.

Garibaldi Park booklet

Booklet from January 1960 by the Department of Recreation & Conservation on Garibaldi Park with information - split into northern and southern Garibaldi - on its history, specific areas (Black Tusk Meadows and Diamond Head Chalet), seasonal weather, attractions, camping information, terrain, wildlife, access, and use.

Album K

  • WA_2013_026-01-01
  • Sous-série organique
  • [1924-1929]
  • Fait partie de Brooks fonds

Photographs of Mt. Assiniboine; West Summerland Valley; Chain Lake; Kettle Valley Railway; Penticton; Big Trestle K.V.R.; West Kootenay Power Point, Bonnington BC; Nelson; Kootenay Lake; Kootenay Landing; The Great Divide, Crow's Nest Pass; Cranbrook; Silent Pass, Fernie; C.P.R. Depot at Crow's Nest; Coleman, Alberta; Ludbreek Falls, Alberta; a view of Turtle Mountain and the Frank Slide; Crow's Nest Mountain; street views of downtown Calgary; Banff bridge; zoo visit; Bow Valley; Hot Springs; Mt. Rundle from Mt. Norquay Ski Camp; Mt. Edith; ski mountaineering with Mt. Norquay Ski Camp; skiing from Mt. Norquay hut; Cascade from Banff; houses in Banff; rail bridges and tracks; The Great Divide peak sign; Camp Garibaldi (at Garibaldi Lake); Alpine Club of Canada camp; tent camping; Sphinx Bay; The Table; Garibaldi Meadows; female mountaineers; hiking; mountaineering; Summit cairn of Castle Towers; Castle Towers; Black Tusk; a picnic during a climb; and Emmie Brooks.

Photo albums

  • WA_2013_026-01
  • Série organique
  • [1922-1929]
  • Fait partie de Brooks fonds

Photographs of Vancouver to Calgary by rail, ski mountaineering with Mt. Norquay Ski Camp, Camp Garibaldi (at Garibaldi Lake), Alpine Club of Canada camp, Tent camping, female mountaineers, hiking, mountaineering, summit cairn of Castle Towers, Black Tusk, Emmie Brooks, Eric Brooks, snowshoeing, Rocky Mountains, Selkirks glacier, Garibaldi Park, Guard Mountain, The Table, Peru, California, and Yellowstone Park.

Glass Slides

Photographs of mountaineering and other mountain adventures in Garibaldi Provincial Park, the Cariboo Range, Coastal British Columbia, and the United States.

There is 1 slide that was removed from broken glass (0093) and another that is not a glass slide (0099).

These slides seem to be colour-coded through using tape to frame the slides:
Blue is the Garibaldi region.
Yellow or Red seem to be other areas in British Columbia, and possibly Washington, but for different years (red = 1949, yellow = 1950).
Green indicates areas in the United States, such as Arizona and Colorado.

There are some slides that have 2 different tape colours.

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