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With over 20 inches of snow on the upper slopes of Whistler/Blackcomb, a select few athletes were chosen to get their first taste of winter. With perfectly fluffy snow, the professional skiers on the supervised shoot were in for deep turns rarely found so early in a season.
“I couldn’t believe how good the snow was and today is only October 5, says professional skier Mike Douglas. “If La Nina lives up to her reputation, this is just the start of an epic season in Whistler.
On average, Whistler Blackcomb receives 33.5 feet of snow a year. Last year Whistler Blackcomb received over 46 feet of snow.
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