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Resort Municipality of Whistler

Documents gathered by Geoff Pearce during his time working as Clerk-Treasurer on Whistler's first municipal council between 1976 and 1986.

Resort Municipality of Whistler Recreation Master Plan - 1980

Recreation Master Plan created by Professional Environmental Recreation Consultants Ltd. for the Resort Municipality of Whistler in 1980. The report investigates outdoor recreation demand and analyzes Whistler's physical resource base. The report includes multiple trail maps of the Whistler Valley and manually highlighted text [possibly by Geoff Pearce].

Table of Contents:

  • Letter of Transmittal
  • Introduction
  • Demand - Proposed Park and Recreation Service Standards
  • The Outdoor Recreation System
  • Conclusions
  • Appendix A - Implementation
  • Appendix B - Five Year Capital Cost Program, Estimates, and Priorities
  • Appendix C - The Rationale for the Delivery of Municipal Services
  • Appendix D - Selected Bibliography
  • Appendix E - The Preliminary recreational Land Use Report

Toni Sailer Summer Ski Camp Photo Album

Photographs of campers at the Toni Sailer Summer Ski Camp enjoying summer on Whistler Mountain and a host of off-mountain activities from 1977-1980.

Identifications of photographs according to ADOUGLAS_03_011:

  • 001 (83-18) – mid-July 1979, “Tramp show Rusty.”
  • 002 (83-17) – mid-July 1979, “Tramp show Rusty.”
  • 003 (83-22) – mid-July 1979, “Scotty.”
  • 004 (83-20) – mid-July 1979, “Chad.”
  • 005 (80-7) – late July 1979, “Tramp show, Rusty.”
  • 006 (80-12) – late July 1979, “The clown act.”
  • 007 (80-6) – late July 1979, “Tramp show, Rusty.”
  • 008 (80-11) – late July 1979, “The clown act.”
  • 009 (80-13) – late July 1979, “Rusty.”
  • 010 (80-5) – late July 1979, “Tramp show, Rusty.”
  • 011 (80-8) – late July 1979, “Tramp show, Rusty.”
  • 012 (80-3) – late July 1979, “Tramp show Alan Bessy.”
  • 013 (33-8) – July 1977, “Dee Dee + [Karine], with Florine, on the beach.”
  • 014 (33-1) – July 1977,“Lunch in Café, Speedy, Cathy Modrall, Ernst, Tom ([blurred?])”
  • 015 (33-5) – July 1977, “Beth + [Ronnie] Broadwater Tramp War.”
  • 016 (33-7) – July 1977, “Boys sunning themselves, on porch.”
  • 017 (33-4) – July 1977, “Oliver in [Tuck] shop, Pat McDougal and Allan White.”
  • 018 (35-12) – July 1977, “Dee-Dee + Floyd + Toni Kaplan beer add.”
  • 019 (35-11) – July 1977, “Rick + Mary-Fran and friends before supper.”
  • 020 (35-15) – July 1977, “Beth, Margerie, Dave, supper time.”
  • 021 (35-13) – July 1977, “Supper Time at barbecue Margerie, Dee-Dee, Rick, Timmy, Tom [Jarvie?], Roulph, Carol, Pat, Al Mintz “The Flying Doc.””
  • 022 (35-9) – July 1977, “The bar at the barbecue.”
  • 023 (35-10) – July 1977, “The Skunk Cabbage Revue in Concert.”
  • 024 (35-8) – July 1977, “The salmon barbecuing.”
  • 025 (57-17) – July 1978, “The country Rock Band.”
  • 026 (57-14) – July 1978, “Donny cooking the salmon.”
  • 027 (59-9) – summer 1978, “[Jazz?] band at salmon barbecue.”
  • 028 (57-20) – July 1978, “Donny + Greg.”
  • 029 (57-13) – July 1978, “Gaby, Florian and Silvia.”
  • 030 (57-21) – July 1978, “[Ernst?] Hopper and friends.”
  • 031 (57-9) – July 1978, “Lil, Tim, Roy [Vollet], Earl in the background.”
  • 033 (59-8) – summer 1978, “Dr. Buss and wife.”
  • 034 (59-17) – summer 1978, “Kim, Betty and Danny.”
  • 035 (59-11) – summer 1978, “Floyd Wilky.”
  • 036 (59-13) – summer 1978, “Allan White, Harold.”
  • 037 (59-12) – summer 1978, “Nancy (end of table.)”
  • 038 (57-16) – July 1978, “Linda, Yoshee (side view), Linda Dickson.”
  • 039 (57-19) – July 1978, “More campers at salmon barbeque, Sherly.”
  • 040 (57-15) – July 1978, “Salmon barbeque FOOD!”
  • 041 (57-10) – July 1978, “Jim and Niamia, “Scotties.””
  • 042 (54-12) – July 1978, “Rusty doing some maneuvers on the tramp.”
  • 043 (57-18) – July 1978, “”Scotties” Bill, Ken + Steve.”
  • 044 (59-10) – summer 1978, “Niomia and Jim Levy.”
  • 045 (59-16) – summer 1978, “Rocky and Colline.”
  • 046 (59-15) – summer 1978, “Ron Johnson.”
  • 047 (59-14) – summer 1978, “Dee Dee, Greg Lee.”
  • 048 (59-1) – summer 1978, “Harvy, Pat Sonne, Allan White, Wayne Wong, Dr. Buss.”
  • 049 (51-10) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Karen Emerson.”
  • 050 (51-11) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Laura Adler in volleyball [run?] Jim [Grossman.]”
  • 051 (51-12) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Erin Richards.”
  • 052 (51-9) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Scott with the hot moves.”
  • 053 (51-14) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Bob Dufour, in a funny position, tug of war.”
  • 054 (51-15) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Steve watching the tug of war.”
  • 055 (51-16) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Donny’s team off and running.”
  • 056 (51-17) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Donny’s team pulling hard.”
  • 057 (51-13) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Wayne Wong, Colin [Low?], Phil Sempel, Bob Dufour.”
  • 058 (51-5) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “More people.”
  • 059 (51-4) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “West (Wesley Sing), Deana Barth, Susan Corley.”
  • 060 (51-6) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Chris Herdman, Jacqui [Kemper], Lisa Casey.”
  • 061 (51-6) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “More people, egg toss.”
  • 062 (51-7) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Wendell with egg on his face, and shirt and hands.”
  • 063 (51-8) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Volleyball run. Greg, Gary, Bish.”
  • 064 (51-3) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Wong, Scott, Mark Whittaker, Don, Laura Adler, Jimmy Grossman, Jim Leeve and Niomie, back Angi Allan behind Laura.”
  • 065 (51-18) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “More people.”
  • 066 (51-1) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Nancy after the dizzy stick.”
  • 067 (51-19) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Everyone at the end of a good field day.”
  • 068 (51-2) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Wendell instructing Lisa, Chris Herdman, Demethy, Jeff (in front of Nancy).”
  • 069 (54-18) – July 1978, “Greg Lee playing volleyball.”
  • 070 (54-20) – July 1978, “Dee-Dee in person.”
  • 071 (54-19) – July 1978, “Greg Lee playing volleyball.”
  • 072 (54-3) – July 1978, “Shelly, Donny, Margie, Ken at PNE.”
  • 073 (54-2) – July 1978, “Great shot of Booth.”
  • 074 (54-4) – July 1978, “same as 4-3 plus Steve.”
  • 075 (54-7) – July 1978, “Going up the roller coaster.”
  • 076 (54-9) – July 1978, “Close ups of Pam and Ken on roller coaster.”
  • 077 (54-5) – July 1978, “Bumper cars at PNE Shelly + Margie.”
  • 078 (54-8) – July 1978, “Close ups of Pam and Ken on roller coaster.”
  • 079 (54-6) – July 1978, “Bumper cars at PNE Shelly + Margie.”
  • 080 (74-7) – June 1979, “Hoogy (Dini), (Mini Ward).”
  • 081 (74-6) – June 1979, “Hillary, Rooky and Toni.”
  • 082 (74-3) – June 1979, “Cathy, Carlo (back) and Jon.”
  • 083 (74-4) – June 1979, “Cathy, Gary and Carlo.”
  • 084 (74-5) – June 1979, “Angie Allen.”
  • 085 (74-8) – June 1979, “Louise, Catherine, Colleen.”
  • 086 (74-1) – June 1979, “Wendy and in background Mark (Bermuda).”
  • 088 (74-14) – June 1979, “Louise, Lori, Leisla, mark.”
  • 089 (74-20) – June 1979, “Rusty, Chris, Paul, Lila or Mimi.”
  • 090 (74-21) – June 1979, “Mark.”
  • 092 (74-11) – June 1979, “Angie, Laura, Mary, Dana.”
  • 093 (74-12) – June 1979, “Cathy.”
  • 094 (74-18) – June 1979, “Angie, Louise, Nick (background).”
  • 095 (74-9) – June 1979, “Demitri Gross, line-up for volleyball practice.”
  • 096 (79-6) – July 1979, “Chad after dizzy stick.”
  • 097 (79-7) – July 1979, “Andrea, Wendy in background.”
  • 098 (79-8) – July 1979, “Mark [Browde?].”
  • 099 (79-10) – July 1979, “Bob Knappe.”
  • 100 (79-9) – July 1979, “Nicole Williamson.”
  • 101 (79-11) – July 1979, “Tracey Smith.”
  • 102 (79-12) – July 1979, “?”
  • 103 (79-13) – July 1979, “Sharon Alberti.”
  • 104 (74-24) – June 1979
  • 105 (74-25) – June 1979, “Lila Van Linge.”
  • 106 (74-23) – June 1979, “Dana Baum.”
  • 107 (74-22) – June 1979, “Lori.”
  • 108 (74-16) – June 1979, “Scotty and his big feet.”
  • 109 (79-1) – July 1979, “Jim Scales in volleyball race.”
  • 110 (79-2) – July 1979, “Sharon Alberti in volleyball race.”
  • 111 (79-3) – July 1979, “Pam in volleyball race, Rod.”
  • 112 (57-6) – July 1978, “Scotty with head stuck in tramp, George (sore knee) looking on.”
  • 113 (59-3) – summer 1978, “Nice shots of tramp show.”
  • 114 (59-6) – summer 1978, “Scott getting help from Rusty.”
  • 115 (59-4) – summer 1978, “Nice shots of tramp show.”
  • 116 (54-10) – July 1978, “Scotty swimming on the tramp.”
  • 117 (35-1) – July 1977, “Rusty and Scot’s tramp show.”
  • 118 (57-7) – July 1978, “A real good tramp show.”
  • 119 (35-7) – July 1977, “Basketball with Scot + Rusty.”
  • 120 (54-14) – July 1978, “The amazing double flip, Rusty and Scott. Notice the kids reactions.”
  • 121 (35-3) – July 1977, “The single double flip.”
  • 122 (54-13) – July 1978, “The amazing double flip, Rusty and Scott. Notice the kids reactions.”
  • 123 (57-8) – July 1978, “A real good picture of the double-single back.”
  • 124 (35-6) – July 1977, “Tramp show.”
  • 125 (35-4) – July 1977, “Rusty and friend doing double routine.”
  • 126 (35-5) – July 1977, “The breast stroke, Scot Bridger.”
  • 127 (35-2) – July 1977, “Rusty and Scot’s tramp show.”
  • 128 (83-9) – mid-July 1979, “Barbra checking list.”
  • 129 (83-7) – mid-July 1979, “Now that’s a bathing suit.”
  • 130 (83-6) – mid-July 1979, “Linda.”
  • 131 (83-8) – mid-July 1979, “Mountain top lunch, fruit bowl.”
  • 132 (83-5) – mid-July 1979, “Coaches picture.”
  • 134 (83-3) – mid-July 1979, “Lee.”
  • 135 (83-1) – mid-July 1979, “Andrea, Tokem.”
  • 136 (99-21) – July 1980, “Brandiwine Falls.”
  • 137 (99-22) – July 1980, “Heidi Kraus.”
  • 138 (99-24) – July 1980, “Mark Cowan close-up.”
  • 139 (99-23) – July 1980, “Hilary close-up.”
  • 140 (97-1) – July 1980, “Paul, Blythe Reynolds, Mark, Lara Patterson.”
  • 141 (97-2) – July 1980, “Tessa Graham, Jennifer Roman.”
  • 142 (97-3) – July 1980, “Tessa Graham, Jennifer Roman.”
  • 143 (97-5) – July 1980, “Dean and Carol.”
  • 144 (97-6) – July 1980, “Water ramp on Lost Lake.”
  • 145 (97-7) – July 1980, “Kids and Town Centre. (Brent Dooly right)”
  • 146 (97-8) – July 1980, “Kids and Town Centre.”
  • 147 (97-9) – July 1980, “Elaine Pilgrim, volleyball.”
  • 148 (97-10) – July 1980, “Lara, Tim, Mikio, Janet Jones, Darryl Thompson.”
  • 149 (97-11) – July 1980, “Brent Dooley, Karen Chapman.”
  • 150 (97-12) – July 1980, “Jacqueline DeRoadt.”
  • 151 (97-13) – July 1980, “Paul and Blythe.”
  • 152 (99-2) – July 1980, “Dr. Buss + Vicki Scudamore.”
  • 153 (99-4) – July 1980, “Jennifer + Hilary.”
  • 154 (99-5) – July 1980, “Debbie McIntyre – Jennifer Percy.”
  • 155 (99-19) – July 1980, “Leslie Dubin – Rosemary [Graqunta] N.Y. Rom 7 W.C. at Brandywine Falls.”
  • 156 (99-8) – July 1980, “Nairn Falls.”
  • 157 (99-9) – July 1980, “Narin Falls (9) very nice shot of 1st falls.”
  • 158 (99-7) – July 1980, “Nairn Falls.”
  • 159 (99-10) – July 1980, “Nice shot of 1st fall through the rocks.”
  • 160 (79-4) – July 1979, “Me in Volleyball race.”
  • 161 (79-17) – July 1979, “Mark.”
  • 162 (79-20) – July 1979, “Nichole, Pam, Sharon.”
  • 163 (79-21) – July 1979, “Ready for the mini bus trip.”
  • 164 (79-19) – July 1979, “Wayne and.”
  • 165 (79-18) – July 1979
  • 166 (99-1) – July 1980, “Rosalind Simons in front of filling station.”
  • 167 (99-3) – July 1980, “Elaine Pilgrim, from 101 Room.”
  • 168 (83-10) – mid-July 1979, “Colin, Lance.”
  • 169 (35-16) – July 1977, “Enjoying the salmon barbeque.”
  • 170 (83-2) – mid-July 1979, “Barbra.”
  • 171 (83-25) – mid-July 1979, “John, Mary, and Roy.”
  • 172 (80-1) – late July 1979, “Bill and Gail, plus Bill Scales.”
  • 173 (80-9) – late July 1979, “Ernst, [Mrs.] Hooper, Chris, Hilary, Ian, Germain.”
  • 174 (80-4) – late July 1979, “Rocky, Carol, Bob.”
  • 175 (83-23) – mid-July 1979, “Toni, Gabby, Florian, Judd Buchannan, Walt.”
  • 176 (83-11) – mid-July 1979, “Burt, Chris.”
  • 177 (83-19) – mid-July 1979, “Pam, Sharon and NiNi.”
  • 178 (83-16) – mid-July 1979, “Chris and [?] comb.”
  • 180 (83-12) – mid-July 1979, “Models for the post cards.”
  • 181 (83-13) – mid-July 1979, “Monty.”
  • 182 (83-14) – mid-July 1979, “Sharon Alberti.”
  • 183 (83-15) – mid-July 1979, “Pam and Nole.”
  • 185 (97-22) – July 1980, “Bill, Alexander.”
  • 186 (97-24) – July 1980, “Wendy.”
  • 187 (97-23) – July 1980, “Jerry.”
  • 188 (97-14) – July 1980, “Center Patrick Mitchell.”
  • 189 (97-15) – July 1980, “Debbi McIntyre – Jennifer Percy.”
  • 190 (97-16) – July 1980, “Tessa, Brian Nachtigal, Jennifer.”
  • 191 (97-17) – July 1980, “Carolyn Johnston.”
  • 192 (97-18) – July 1980, “Chris Sear, me, Blythe.”
  • 193 (97-19) – July 1980, “The Pig, Carl Griffin, (Georgia).”
  • 194 (97-20) – July 1980, “V.B. Team.”
  • 195 (97-21) – July 1980, “Louise, Anne, Pamela.”

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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

Whistler the Magazine Winter 2004-Spring 2005

A hardcover copy of the Whistler The Magazine from Winter 2004 - Spring 2005.
Table of Contents:
19 Something for Everyone
24 Ready to Go Backcountry
29 Handlebar Heaven
30 Rating the Runs
37 Faces of Whistler
40 Man on a Mission
46 Comfort & Joy
54 Straight from the Art
59 Influences & Inspiration
72 A Scene for All Seasons
76 Star-studded Stroll
96 Vision Quest
9 Editor's Message
12 Fresh Tracks
32 Recreation Guide
62 Whistler's Dining Guide
73 Entertainment Guide
77 Shopping Whistler
86 Services Directory
94 Village Maps
The articles in the magazine cover the subjects of what's new on Whistler Blackcomb, Whistler festivals, snowshoeing, an events calendar, the history of the area, Nordic skiing, dogsledding, bald eagles, things to do with a family, backcountry skiing, snowbiking, a rating of the ski runs on Whistler and Blackcomb, Whistlerites talking about why they came and why they stayed, spas in Whistler,a large house in Whistler, the art scene in Whistler, fine dining in Whistler, then entertainment scene in all four seasons, shopping in Whistler, a services guide, a map of Whistler Vilage and an article about the upcoming 2010 Olympics.