LEGACY SHOW: Exploring Whistler, British Columbia
This Legacy Show was produced under our old name before we adopted “World Footprints”.
Bundle up! This week, we head for Whistler, British Columbia one of the finest ski resorts in North America, and probably the world! And once the Olympics come there in 2010, the rest of the world is going to know that. Find out everything you need to know about what to see and do in Whistler, and about their preparation for the winter games from Breton Murphy, the manager of corporate and member communications for Tourism Whistler.
Breton Murphy the manager of corporate and member communications for Tourism Whistler joins the program. He explains that Whistler is a year-round destination, and there’s more going on than skiing. Plus – how Whistler got its name & how their quest to host an Olympics started back in 1968.
Breton Murphy talks about the wonderful skiing on Whistler Mountain and Blackcomb Mountains, with their 8000 acres of terrain, accessible back-country skiing, and runs for all ski levels. Plus find out about their Peak-to-peak gondolas and a very unique rainforest where you’d least expect to find it.
Breton talks about where Whistler, British Columbia is in preparation for the 2010 Winter Games they are sharing with Vancouver. Plus- information on Whistler‘s exceptional dining and spas.
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