Two British Columbia ski resorts will open Saturday. Whistler Mountain, located about five hours north of Seattle, is opening five days...
Two British Columbia ski resorts will open Saturday.
Whistler Mountain, located about five hours north of Seattle, is opening five days earlier than expected, with daily operations from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Skiers and snowboarders can start from Whistler Village Gondola or Creekside Gondola. Emerald Express, Big Red Express and the Franz chairlifts provide access to 1,800 vertical feet of terrain.
Six ski runs will be open: Ego Bowl, Upper Whiskey Jack, Upper Franz, Papoose, Orange Peel and Pony Trail.
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