On the day after Thanksgiving, it was raining in the village at Whistler and didn’t look all that promising.
But the village (at 2,200 feet) is one thing and the upper mountain is another.
At the top of the Whistler Gondola (6,000 feet), it was stormy and looked a lot like winter. Great coverage made for a fantastic early start to ski season during a trip to Whistler-Blackcomb in British Columbia.
The SkiZer hit it for two days over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend while the other Americans watched football at the bar. It was stormy, pretty foggy at times, but hey, it was skiing in November. You gotta love that!
Days 1 & 2
- Vertical: 30,000 feet