Published: March 26th 2009March 26th 2009
Start of the day
Tish kitting up at Whistler Creek - the original ski run at Whistler
After yesterdays blustery conditions the fog and snow cleared away overnight to provide the best conditions yet.
It was still cold however ... minus 10 degrees up near the peak of Blackcomb this morning put the fine covering of powder on the runs was just like skiing through icing sugar. We made it up to the peak of Whistler Mountain where the scenery and vastness is breathtaking. We took the Peak to Creek run along the southern edge of Whistler which at 8.5km is the longest Intermediate run in North America which even comes with rest stations along the way to rejuvenate aching legs.
Tomorrow is our last day skiing so we are hoping that the weather hold out.
We also picked up our pics from ziplining on Monday - see attached.
Andrew & Tish
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