3 tickets form the Whistler Mountain Bike Heritage Week. One for the event Whistler MTB: Building a Community, one for Whistler MTB: Gone Global, and one for Dirt Masters: Whistler Trail Building Through the Decades. Each ticket advertises the location at the museum, the admission price and the availability of a cash bar.
A Whistler Mountain Bike Heritage Week poster from 2016, presented by the Whistler Museum. Contains information about six different events being held between May 15th and June 14th. Sponsors are listed across the bottom. The events listed are the Speakers Series "Dirt Masters: Whistler Trailbuilding Through the Decades", Worca Toonie Race, Classic Film Screening "Kranked 3", Speakers Series " Whistler MTB: Building a Community" and "Whistler MTB Gone Global", and the Art Show "Revolution: Whistler MTB in Photography & Art".
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.
A Sea to Sky Highway Checkpoint permit from the Vancouver 2010 Olympics. One side contains a barcode and blank space to indicate the date to which the permit is valid. The back side has instructions for displaying the permit in a vehicle and instructions about valid use.
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.
The Rolling Whistler Review, Summer Solstice Issue, year unknown. A short newspaper dedicated to fiction, poetry and art by Whistler locals, called a "potpourri of local creativity." Table of Contents: 1 Almost an editorial by Peter Vogler - a short introduction to the paper and information about print runs 2 Mountain Madness by the Great Brettski- a short article about the first Blackcomb Sextathlon 2 A Eulogy for Hippiedom by Sarah Dobell - a short article about hippie culture in the 1960s 3 The decay of the Whole gives rise to Its parts by Mark Bell - a poem 3 The Rock Poem by Mags - a poem 3 Mary by Stephen Vogler - a short fable 4 Giant Ants in My Apartment by Dean Eyre - a poem 4 In Verse With the Universe by Iole di Carlo - a poem 5-6 Nosing About With Bugsy by Peter Vogler - a travelogue about a roadtrip in Washington State 7 Assorted comics and drawings 8 Living on the Edge by Richard Gagne - a narrative about a backcountry skiing experience on Wedge Mountain
The front page of the Weekend Sun from Vancouver on Saturday, November 7, 1981. A two page article entitled "'Aspen North' : Everything's There But Snow" about the first season after the Village was built. It also covers foreign interest in Whistler, housing prices, resort development, and overcrowding.