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1986 Advertising Program

Photographs taken by Greg Griffith for Whistler Mountain's advertising in 1986. Subjects include tourists asking for directions, dining, hotels, shopping, hiking, golfing, tennis, jogging, lakes, Whistler Village, and biking.

Griffith, Greg

Alan Zenuk

Photographs taken by Alan Zenuk depicting Whistler Village, tourists looking at a map, shopping in a candy store, and promotional photographs of people dining and in a hot tub.

Zenuk, Alan

Anne Strickland

Draw entry answer by Anne Strickland for the Whistler Museum event "Whistler's Mountain Identity [...]". In response to the question "What would you like to say about the past, present, and future of Whistler's Mountain Identity?" Anne responded:

"At present meeting all the Canadian and international visitors and sharing the Whistler experience - cultural, historical + recreational - with them."

Anonymous [1]

Draw entry answer by an anonymous entrant for the Whistler Museum event "Whistler's Mountain Identity [...]". In response to the question "What would you like to say about the past, present, and future of Whistler's Mountain Identity?" The individual responded:

"We live less than 2 hr. from an international airport in one of the world's most desirable cities. Of course there will (always!) be 30,000+ people on the ski hill. Is it time to look at OCP? Is it unrealistic to presume we can preserve our 'little town'. Too much 'wo[sic]-is-me'. Just get to the hill earlier + use better wax!"

Anonymous [3]

Draw entry answer by an anonymous entrant for the Whistler Museum event "Whistler's Mountain Identity [...]". In response to the question "What would you like to say about the past, present, and future of Whistler's Mountain Identity?" the individual responded:

"Whistler Mountain felt like a big adventure, with big moguls, hiking beyond the T-bars into avalanche zones, skiing in jeans and leather boots. Whistler is now an international destination resort where well-dressed tourists stay in expensive hotels and ski mostly on groomed slopes while the locals attempt to find more room and fresh powder by hiking beyond the lifts. Whistler Mountain in the future will hopefully be managed to preserve a sense of adventure while also provide for the tourists who visit and support operations without overly compromising our human impact on our amazing environment."

Asking for Directions

Photographs taken by Greg Griffith depicting tourists looking at a map and asking a bicycle rider for directions in Whistler Village.

Griffith, Greg

Brian Money Fonds

  • WA_2017_009
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  • 1960-1990

The fonds contains a mixture of brochures and pamphlets related to Whistler Mountain and Blackcomb Mountain, as well as ski magazines and guides.

British Columbia Mountain Resorts Booklet - Province of British Columbia

Booklet titled "British Columbia Mountain Resorts" published by the Province of British Columbia in 1983. The booklet shares images and statistics about tourism in mountain resorts in BC. Sections include: The Travel Industry Development Subsidiary Agreement (TIDSA), Ski Lifts, the Mountain Village concept, On-Mountain beds, Whistler, construction employment, operation employment, skier visits, gross revenues, and a mountain resort map.

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