Updated January 2018.
Guest Author: Emily Smith
Every year since 1996 Whistler has held World Ski & Snowboard festivities, which have morphed into what we know it now to be – a multi-day extravaganza of live music, skiing and riding, events, art and parties. This non-stop celebration of mountain culture is highly anticipated year after year by locals and visitor alike, and in the social sphere we love to see how people experience the festival! A big thanks to all of you who came and partied (and who are now probably sleeping…) for all of your epic energy and enthusiasm, and of course for sharing in the stoke of Whistler’s unparalleled mountain experience. Whether you were here and these photos and videos serve you as a joyous reflection of good times, or you’re living vicariously through them (there’s always next year!) …enjoy this World Ski & Snowboard Festival Social Recap!
Peeps Showed up for Sun AND Snow…
Creativity and Inspiration
Got seriously inspired at the Olympus Pro Photographer Showdown last night. It was one of the strongest showings ever. Makes me want to jump in the van and hit the road on a quest for great photo opportunities… 📷: @andrew_miller ____________________ #getolympus #wssf2017 #littlethingswhistler #loweprobags #whistlerblackcomb #whistler #photography
A huge, heartfelt thank you to all the presenters of last night’s sold out MULTIPLICITY at @wssf #wssf2017 for putting on an uplifting, inspiring and wildly entertaining show. All proceeds from the event went to the @spearheadhuts project, and we can’t wait to do it again next year. If you missed the show, you can still read our interviews with the presenters on our site now. Left to right: Tamo Campos (@beyondboarding), Aaron Huey (@argonautphoto), Leslie Timms (@leslietimmerz), Jon Turk, Brett Tippie (@bretttippie), Ken Achenbach (@campofchampions), Sherry McConkey (@sherrymcconkey), and Colin Angus (@amgusadventures).
Slush (& Shrinkage?!)
Flips and Fireworks
…And Some Good Old Hang Time
Bonus: Video Recap!
Spring is unofficially Whistler’s season of adventure, where the snowline makes both winter and summer activities possible in a single day. For more information on spring deals, check out Whistler.com.