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George Bury Fonds

  • WA_2008_002
  • Archief
  • 1939

Photographs of an exploratory trip in the mountains around Alta Lake to search for a suitable location for a ski hill. The group of four men comprised of George Bury, George Eisenschimmel, Howard Hamil (all from the Holyburn Ski Club on the North Shore) and a guide, whose name has been forgotten. They explored around Cheakamus Lake, Black Tusk, Garibaldi Lake, and the Barrier. The group were dropped off by float plane on Cheakamus Lake and exited down the Barrier. They then hiked to the rail line, where they flagged down the Pacific Great Eastern train to Squamish, and then took the boat back to Vancouver. The ski hill plans were never carried out due to the interruption of the Second World War.

Garibaldi Camp

  • WA_2013_026-01-01-002
  • Bestanddeel
  • [1929]
  • Part of Brooks fonds

Photographs of 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.

Maps

Map of the east half of the Cheakamus. Includes mountains, mountain ranges, rivers, creeks, lakes, and railroad.

Maps

Maps and technical drawings related to the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW)'s recreation planning between 1980-1984. Areas include Lost Lake Park and the Whistler valley.

Map of Lost Lake Park and Whistler Area

A map of Lost Lake Park drawn by Trevor Roote that shows the trails and pathways in the area, as well as picnic areas. The back of the map shows the Whistler area, including Garibaldi Park, with topographical lines. Item is a duplicate to another map found in the Petersen collection.

Whistler Mountain Postcard

A postcard featuring Whistler Mountain and Garibaldi Provincial Park. The printed caption reads "This 2400 foot long T-bar takes skiers up 700 vertical feet through acres of power snow on the north slopes of Whistler Mountain, 73 miles north of Vancouver." There is no handwriting on the postcard.

Personal Information

Series contains textual documents, slides, and a print related to the life of Clifford Fenner - portraits of him, biographical details, tourist and membership cards, survey results, job details, and obituary.

Photographs

Series contains glass slides, slides, transparencies, negatives, and a print related to the photography career of Clifford Fenner and his travels across British Columbia and the United States. Most activities and landscapes portrayed are mountaineering and skiing in Garibaldi Provincial Park in which Fenner developed.

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