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WMAS (Whistler Museum and Archives Society) Fonds Blackcomb Mountain
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2004 Negatives [3]

Photographs of the museum's opening on February 13, 2004, a tour on Blackcomb and Lost Lake on February 26, 2004, and the Whistler Chamber '6 years to go' until the 2010 Olympics cake cutting in 2004, with Rob Boyd and Claire Ogilvie in the foreground.

Aerial photo of Whistler Village

Aerial photograph of Whistler Village in coloured print. Hotels and other resort buildings are visible among the trees and mountains. People are visible on the Wizard Chairlift on Blackcomb Mountain. The photo has a glossy sheen to it it is rectangle in shape. The photo is housed inside a white envelope.

Beautiful British Columbia Magazine Winter 1986

The Beautiful British Columbia Magazine from winter 1986, with and article entitled "Whistler Village" from pages 4-11. The article is about the development of Whistler as a ski resort from somewhere difficult to get to where skiers had to be experts, into a busy resort. It covers accommodation offerings, activities available, the variety of ski runs, and transportation options. Numerous photos are included showing skiers, accommodations, restaurants and chairlifts.

Blackcomb Mountain Trail Map

A Blackcomb Mountain Trail Map from 1980-1980 sponsored by Coca-Cola. The front shows a map of Blackcomb Mountain with the ski runs illustrated and information about available chairlifts. The back of the pamphlet gives facts about the mountain, outlines the skier's responsibility code, lists the Blackcomb services and has information about skiing safely.

Correspondence to Jim and Holly Adams (Long Run Video Productions), June 27 + duplicate

A letter from Florence Petersen of the Whistler Museum and Archives Society thanking Jim Budge and Holly Adams for donating two video tapes to the archives. Attached is the letter of donation from Jim Budge and Holly Adams describing the videos, which are of the 1988 Great Snow Earth Water Race and of event highlights from Blackcomb Mountain. The first letter is duplicated.

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