Capture & Celebrate: First #LittleThingsWhistler Contest Winner

Winter wonderland in Whistler Creekside

Capture & Celebrate: First #LittleThingsWhistler Contest Winner

If you’re already snapping shots of your vacation to share with friends and family, drop an extra hashtag into your post and you could be laughing all the way to the spa…or bar…or steep skiing clinic..or snowmobile tour. Because this winter, in addition to our mega Celebrate Winter in Whistler Contest, we’re running a season-long social media contest asking fans to share their favourite little moments and celebrate the good times in the village, in the snow, on the hill and more.

Hashtag your photos and videos #LittleThingsWhistler and follow @GoWhistler and you could be in the running for some seriously good prizes each month. Like winner number one @lyndawatton who perfectly captured the theme of Celebrate the Village. For her efforts, she won one night at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler, Audain Art Museum Passes and a Bar Oso Dining Gift Card. Not too shabby, eh?

lynda_watton on Instagram

Now it’s over to you! We’re currently running the theme of Celebrate the Winter Wonderland and with the snow coming down hard in Whistler today it’s the perfect opportunity to grab some shots and get in line for the chance to win a snowmobile tour from The Adventure Group and snowshoe tour from Canadian Wilderness Adventures.

Check out the contest details/rules here and get on it! If you aren’t on the trail already, give @GoWhistler a follow for the latest photos, news and blog posts. For more inspiration check out the runners up @jessicafraticelli and @therealjlegs images below because they’re also gorgeous.

jessica_fratelli on Instagram

realjlegs on Instagram

Pip Campbell

Pip Campbell

Pip has somehow worked her way around from being a snow-and-bike bum to holding a real job while also being outdoors as much as possible. She’s collected scars, bikes for (almost) every occasion, a small trail dog and a love of craft beer plus a rudimentary understanding of skiing, snowboarding, sketching, and the art of chairlift conversations. She currently believes a combination of gravity, snow, dirt and rad people are what make Whistler tick but investigations are ongoing.