Rainbow Lodge

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"Whistler Mountain through the years" Timeline

Newspaper clipping from the Vancouver Sun including a timeline of "Whistler Mountain through the years." Significant events from the opening of Rainbow Lodge in 1914 to the naming of Whistler as top ski resort in North America in 2015 are listed. The clipping also contains the continuation of an article from page A17 about the history of Whistler. There are two photographs: skiers disembarking a gondola in 1991 and construction work on Whistler Town Centre in 1980.

Vancouver Sun

1974-1999

Photographs of skiing, condominiums, chairlifts, gondolas, aerial and panoramic shots of the Whistler Valley, creeks and landscapes in winter and autumn, Wedge Mountain and Mt. Weart, Whistler Mountain, Blackcomb Mountain, Whistler Village, hotels, Upper Village, Roundhouse Lodge, cabins, sunsets, Alta Lake, Rainbow Park, Rainbow Lodge, alpenglow, Whistler Peak, firefighters putting out a fire, snowboarding, 7th Heaven, Horstman Glacier, the Saudan Couloir Ski Race Extreme, Whistler Bowl, T-bars, Cheakamus Lake, avalanches, Green Lake, Fitzsimmons Creek, skiers in powder, the Spearhead Range, Stephanie Sloan's Women's Only Program at Whistler Mountain, heli-skiing, group portraits, grooming on the mountains, Burnt Stew Basin, fireworks, paraskiing, Horstman Hut, Alpha Lake, pubs, bridges, Rainbow Mountain, Tyax Lodge, Garibaldi Provincial Park, Glacier Creek Lodge, Jersey Cream, and Whistler Real Estate Company properties.

1974-2007

Photographs of people skiing and snowboarding on Blackcomb Mountain and Whistler Mountain, aerial and panoramic shots of Whistler Valley, alpenglow over the mountains, Rainbow Park, Whistler Village, ski in and ski out condominiums, hiking, group portraits of Mountain Hosts and Ski Patrol, gondolas, chairlifts, T-bars, freestyle skiing and snowboarding, restaurants and hotels, cabins, Slush Cup, Peak to Valley Race, Molson World Cup Downhill, ski racing, Black Tusk, Fissile Peak, heli-skiing, Franz Wilhelmsen and Bob Ainsworth on Whistler Mountain, Roundhouse Lodge, Tremor Glacier on Tremor Mountain, the Saudan Couloir Ski Race Extreme, picnics, Pemberton Icecap, Ipsoot Mountain, Burnt Stew Basin, telemark skiing, people carrying surfboards on a beach, running, Snowboard Cross, apres ski, moguls, mountaineering, Wedge Mountain, 7th Heaven, River of Golden Dreams, portraits of John "Rabbit" Hare and Greg Griffith with his photography equipment, Joffre Lakes, Elfin Lakes, Beaver Pond, Cheakamus Lake, Pemberton, Phalanx Mountain, Creekside, Inawashiro Ski Resort in Japan, sumo wrestling, avalanches, Rendezvous Lodge, Wedgemount Lake, Lost Lake, Alta Lake, Green Lake, Squamish, Nicklaus North Golf Course, Mt Weart, Rimrock Cafe, Longhorn Saloon & Grill, Anasazi Restaurant, Highway 99, Tantalus Range, windsurfing on Howe Sound, rafting, fireworks, mountain biking, Singing Pass and Musical Bumps Trail, and the Metzler family cross-country skiing.

1977-1999

Photographs of mountain views, skiing and snowboarding on Whistler Mountain and Blackcomb Mountain, sunrises, Whistler Village, the Coast Range, Mt. Weart, Wedge Mountain, Black Tusk, Snowcat groomers, Fitzsimmons Creek, chairlifts, gondolas, Village Run, ice fishing, frozen lakes, avalanche control, avalanches, the Whistler backcountry, geese on the lake, Andy Munster and Bonnie Munster's squat cabin near Fitzsimmons Creek, construction of Whistler Village, T-bars, Pika's Restaurant and Roundhouse Lodge, Rendezvous Lodge, apres ski, Whistler Terrain Park, Whiskey Jack Run on Whistler Mountain, Glacier Bowl, Tantalus Lodge, Telemark Place, Whistler Conference Centre construction, chairlift installation on Whistler Mountain, the Mouton Cadet 10th Anniversary Spring Festival, costumes, group portraits, freestyle skiing and snowboarding, Whistler Peak, Christmas decorations and parties, Village North, Upper Village, cross-country skiing, the Saudan Couloir Ski Race Extreme, the Torchlight Parade, fireworks, Gondola Barn and Creekside, paragliding, Cheakamus Lake, Chez Joel, Tapley's Neighbourhood Pub, aerial photography, Kids Kamp, Ski Scamps, marmots, Willie Whistler, retail, ski equipment, firefighters and firetrucks combating the Keg fire, Stoney's, windsurfing, the Lil'wat Nation performing in Village Square, the Great Snow Earth Water Race, a cycling race in Whistler Village, canoeing, a swimsuit fashion show, the swimming pool at Mountainside Lodge, heli-skiing, Mountain Hosts, mountain staff, picnics on the mountain, ski racing, adaptive skiing, beach volleyball at Rainbow Park, weighlifting in Whistler Village, barbecues on the mountain, Squamish Days Logger Sports Festival, Molson Molstar ski races, Molson World Cup Downhill races and awards, Whistler Golf Course and driving range, hot air balloons, children with balloons and clowns, the Fire Hall, the Jazz Festival, water skiing, a carnival at Base II, snowmen, Longhorn Saloon & Grill, sunbathing, a car show, choir, glaciers, Glacier Drive, the Labatts World Cup Freestyle Championship, Whisky jack birds eating food, mini putt, fisheye photography, the Vale Inn, Village Gate, meadows of flowers, a barn in Pemberton, swans, the Husky gas station on Highway 99, Brandywine Falls, soccer at Myrtle Philip School, Blackcomb Daylodge, Arnold Palmer at Whistler Golf Course, and the opening ski convoy for Nancy Greene Olympic Lodge (now Crystal Lodge).

5602 Alta Lake Road

A form filled in by Bev and Ron Kitteringham at 5602 Alta Lake Road, Lot 39. They write about how they purchased the property from the Fairhursts and their family history in the area. Also included in a different package is one page of typed notes with extensive handwritten annotations and two double sided pages of handwritten notes. The notes are from Bev and Ron Kitteringham and include numerous small anecdotes about traveling to and from Alta Lake on the train, as well how they lived before the town became more accessible.

5638 Alta Lake Road

Notes on 5638 Alta Lake Road, Lot 30. One handwritten note listing owners of the property and two pages of handwritten notes by Jacquie Pope about how she first came to the area and the first owner of the lot who was an unknown PGE employee.

5690 Alta Lake Road

Typed notes and anecdotes from J'Anne Greenwood, the owner of 5690 Alta Lake Road, Lots 17 and 18. The same stories are laid out several different times in slightly different formats, and cover stories about train travel and how the family came to buy a lot of Alta Lake Road and a general family history.

5714 Alta Lake Road

Notes relating to 5714 Alta Lake Road, lots 10 and 11. Includes notes from a chat with Roger Stacey, correspondence with Florence and Andy Petersen, correspondence with Roger Stacey, and handwritten note from Ray Dove, and a memoir from Ray Dove about Woodbine Cottage.

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