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Blackcomb Resort Magic Volume 1 Spring 1988

The Magic magazine released by Blackcomb Mountain, volume 1, spring 1988.
Table of Contents:
3 The Art of the Grand Resort
5 A Passion for Building
2 The Blackcomb Vision
4 Summer Magic
Articles include information on Myrtle and Alex Philip opening Rainbow Lodge, the development of the resort on Blackcomb Mountain, grand hotels at resorts like the Chateau Whistler, driving the Sea to Sky Highway, living in Whistler, summer activities, Bosa Development Corp. building Blackcomb Mountain, how Blackcomb Mountain's previous season went, and development of hotels on Blackcomb Mountain.

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Articles include information on Myrtle and Alex Philip opening Rainbow Lodge, the development of the resort on Blackcomb Mountain, grand hotels at resorts like the Chateau Whistler, driving the Sea to Sky Highway, living in Whistler, summer activities, Bosa Development Corp. building Blackcomb Mountain, how Blackcomb Mountain's previous season went, and development of hotels on Blackcomb Mountain.

Sea to Sky Circle Tour - Trailer Life - June 1993

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Article for Trailer Life by Yvonne Vollert about the RV route up the Sea to Sky Highway through Whistler, onto Duffey Lake Road, through Lillooet, Tyax, and Cache Creek, onto the Trans-Canada Highway through Lytton, Hell's Gate, and Harrison Hot Springs, and back to Vancouver. The article points out natural and man-made attractions along the route.

Week of June 22, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to boating Alta Lake; bike rodeo; School Sports Day; Carpay horses at town centre Whistler Village; fire; Carpa[y?] Estate; windsurfing and motorcycling at Alta Lake; heli-hiking; town planning; children's activities; mountaineering; Great Northern Railway; bar; railway tracks; cat; Spring Slalom Whitewater Kayaking; Paul Morrison; cycling; car accident; Whistler Riding Centre construction; First Annual Whistler Off-Road Bike Race
Appears in June 24 1982 issue:
02-281-60. Pg. 1. Caption: There's more than one way to cool down on a hot summer's day, as these cross country motorcyclists proved Sunday in Daisy Lake Park. -- Photo John Bartosik.
02-281-43. Pg. 2. Caption: Whistler firefighters would like to avoid blazes like this one, which broke out near Klahanie campgrounds south of Squamish.
02-281-257. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Artist's rendering of the 14,000 sq. ft. Lodge.
02-281-258. Pg. 3. Caption: [middle] ... and covered stables for the equestrian centre in Whistler Cay.
02-281-115. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Myrtle Philip School kids play a game of toss the water bomb -- an ideal sport for a hot summer's day such as the one that beamed down on Sports Day '82.
02-281-125. Pg. 5. Caption: [left] Lower level layout of Sports & Convention Centre.
02-281-121. Pg. 5. Caption: [right] Upper level layout of centre.
02-281-10. Pg. 6. Caption: Parks Planner Tom Barratt (foreground) oversees operation while workers weigh anchors on the new municipal raft, being launched on its maiden voyage to Wayside Park.
02-281-137. Pg. 8. Caption: [top left] Cindy Wilding, Unemployed, White Gold Estates.
02-281-139. Pg. 8. Caption: [top middle] Mark Petriw, Businessman, High Forest.
02-281-135. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom left] Ted Pryce-Jones, Surveyor, Alpine Meadows.
02-281-132. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom middle] Letisha Greene, Vegetarian guru, Alpine Meadows.
02-281-128. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom right] Ivan Dubinsky, Unemployed packer driver, Alta Vista.
02-281-90. Pg. 9. Caption: Mike Jakobsson ties in Dave Trevelan, director of sales for Sheraton Landmark Hotels.
02-281-99or100. Pg. 9. Caption: [advertisement] Whistler Heli-Hiking
02-281-7. Pg. 10. Caption: Myrtle Philip school students parade their decorated bicycles at last week's Sports Day.
02-281-249. Pg. 12. Caption: Competitor in the First Annual Whistler Off-Road Bike Race soars over a bump en route to Lost Lake and 25 miles of heavy pedalling.
02-281-232. Pg. 14. Caption: Denver Snider -- Whistler is ready for blackjack and roulette.
02-281-261. Pg. 18. Caption: [top] Co-winners of Pemberton Secondary's Grade 10 award of the year were Whistler Students, Susan Heilig (above)
02-281-190. Pg. 18. Caption: [bottom] and Scott Logue.

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

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