Mid-Summer Stoke: A July Instagram Recollection

Mid-Summer Stoke: A July Instagram Recollection

As we near the midpoint of an already epic summer The Insider has once again curated some of July’s top Instagram pics to showcase just how good life has been in Whistler this last month.


@marleyorange
gets a lot of love on this blog but that’s because she’s always out doing awesome stuff. Here she kicks off July with a Canada Day wake surf session on Green Lake.

 


@melwhits
profile claims “Every day is Adventure Day!” and with epic hiking shots like this one looking back over at Blackcomb Mountain, we tend to agree with her.

 


@melwhits has summer so dialed she gets two shots in this month with an important reminder to never forget the post-adventure Après patio session.

 


@jorgetoadhall is another Insider favourite. When smoke from a BC forest fire blew into the valley many of the local photographers rushed out to take advantage of the erie light conditions and incredible sunsets like this one. (Thankfully the fire was actually quite a ways from Whistler and the smoke cleared up after a few days.)

 


@pebbleshoospring hit up the Via Ferrata tour on the peak of Whistler Mountain for some of that high alpine adventure. This tour is one of the best kept secrets in town.

 


@its_mandaa hit up the first ever Red Bull 400 race in North America to cheer on her friends as they ran up 400 metres of lung and thigh burning hell.


@willynaylor isn’t scared of a few clouds in the Whistler Mountain Bike Park. Ride on!

 


@taylor0713 nabbed this shot out cheering at the Subaru IRONMAN® Canada, which closed out July with hundreds of athletes competing over a 225+ km course.

 

Happy summer. Remember to tag your own posts with #whistlerstoke, #onlyinwhistler or #whistlerunfiltered for a chance to get your shot in the next Instagram recollection. Learn more about summer holidays in Whistler on Whistler.com

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Feet Banks

Feet Banks

Feet Banks moved to Whistler at age 12 so his parents could live the dream and ski as much as possible. He ended up living it too. After leaving home Feet did a few good stints in warmer climates and 4 years of writing school before returning to the mountains to make ski movies, hammer out a journalism career and avoid the 9-5 lifestyle as long as possible. He’s been a hay farmer, a hole digger, a magazine editor and has a jump named after him on Blackcomb Mountain, Feet’s Air. It’s tiny.

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