Whistler buzz builds ahead of new season
Snow has recently fallen in the village near the slopes, sparking a sense of anticipation and excitement ahead of what is sure to be another superb year for ski holidays in Whistler.
"As soon as the temperature starts to drop and the clouds roll in, the fervour for the start of the season begins to build," said Stuart Rempel, Whistler Blackcomb's Senior Vice President of Marketing and Sales.
"Fuelled by this anticipation, everyone at Whistler Blackcomb is cranking it up a notch, as we put the finishing touches on the mountains, getting ready for the season ahead."
The Canadian resort is one of the best for skiers and snowboarders alike, offering the mix of beginner, intermediate and advanced runs to make any ski holiday in Whistler go with a bang.
With the clocks going back, temperatures dropping and snow beginning to fall, Whistler is ready for another exciting ski season.
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