Wonder Reels: The Deep

Whistler Backcomb shares its stockpile of snow.
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The fourth episode of Whistler Blackcomb’s Wonder Reels series is a taunt as I sit in the office and see coworkers wearing shorts on this near 70-degree December day in Colorado. I keep asking myself: Why I don’t reside in Canada?

“The Deep” is another quality Whistler edit created by Switchback Entertainment, the folks behind Salomon FreeskiTV. It captures the magic that ensues when a group of riders come across a powder stash in the resot’s legendary trees. It’s what every snow junkie joneses for on a day in deep, deep powder: face shots, pillows, tree bonks, ad nauseam. It should be noted. That as of 12/5, it's nuking at Whistler, so you could go get yourself some of this. Meanwhile, I’ll just keep doing my snow dance.


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Deep Winter Goes Off

Russell Dalby wins Arc'teryx photo comp in Whistler Blackcomb.

Deep Winter Photo Challenge

Deep Winter Returns to Whistler

Photo contest kicks off this week.

Deep Winter

Whistler Deep Winter Photo Contest

This week, some of the best photographers in the ski world are in Whistler, B.C. for the Arc'teryx Deep Winter Challenge, a three-day-long photo contest. On Saturday, one will be crowned king (or queen) of storms. Here's one of the winning slideshows of the past.

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Park, Ride, Repeat

Maybe it’s those nice girls from the bar knocking on your door in the parking lot at 2 a.m. Maybe it’s the cops. Do you answer? An RV ski safari is all about choices.

A native of Ontario, Canada, Jorgenson moved to Whistler in 1993 at the age of 17. He began taking pictures of the local skiers and mountain bikers he associated with and was soon published in magazines all over the world. In 2008, he opened the Blake Jorgenson Gallery at the base of the Westin Hotel in Whistler Village, a modern-contemporary space displaying his own work and hosting international touring exhibitions, receptions, and special events.You can purchase his book at www.blakejorgenson.com.

Blake Jorgenson Gallery

On Wednesday, Whistler-based ski photographer Blake Jorgenson celebrated the release of his new book, called Blake Jorgenson Photography: Whistler British Columbia 1999-2009, at the Westin Hotel in Whistler village. The coffee table book features scenic mountain vistas and action shots of some of the world's best freeskiers and mountain bikers. Here are few shots from the book.

1. Garibaldi Lift Co., Whistler, BC

Best Après 2009: Whistler/Blackcomb

There’s a reason locals refer to their beloved Whistler as “Swillster.” It mainly has to do with their hearty, healthy attitude toward drink.

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En Route Sled BC

Sled-Accessed Whistler backcountry with Nimbus Independent.


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Five people, lots of snow, and one tiny house.