Tag Archives: Whistler

Death of McSkiing by Matt Hansen

17 Feb 2011

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Matt Hansen is the global editor for Powder Magazine. A Salt Lake City, Utah native who found his calling in the Northern Rockies, he believes in deep snow, liftie rock, and free parking. Straddling the Continental Divide at 10,300 feet in southern Colorado, Wolf Creek Ski Area is as out of the way as it […]

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The Spice that Adds to Life by Michel Beaudry

7 Dec 2010

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“Once upon a time – in a northern land far, far away – lived a tribe of people who loved to play outside in the snow in wintertime. They called themselves the Snow-Eaters. When the weather turned cold and the winter blizzards hit, most other tribes would hunker deep inside their shelters and pine for […]

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Getting Involved: Answering Tough Questions About Whistler

4 Nov 2010

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Written by Michel Beaudry “On a circle, an end-point can also be a starting point.” – Heraclitus, Pre-Socratic philosopher and intellectual trouble-maker Some people just never give up… Got a call recently from friend and colleague Brent Harley. “Hi Michel,” said the familiar voice on my answering machine. “I have a favor to ask you. […]

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Notes On a New Season – Is Whistler Prepared For Winter? by Michel Beaudry

10 Sep 2010

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“I see a vision of a great rucksack revolution with thousands or even millions of young Americans wandering around with rucksacks, going up to mountains to pray, making children laugh and old men glad, making young girls happy and old girls happier, all of ’em Zen Lunatics…” – Jack Kerouac – The Dharma Bums I […]

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