Today the sky was falling. Whistler Peak is where the sky crashed into Earth making the top 300 meters of the mountain a mere Smörgåsbord of grey. Whistler Conditions Report | One Week Into The Last Year Ever | Saturday Jan. 7, 2012 | Unofficial Networks

Whistler Conditions Report | One Week Into The Last Year Ever | Saturday Jan. 7, 2012

Whistler Conditions Report | One Week Into The Last Year Ever | Saturday Jan. 7, 2012

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Whistler Conditions Report | One Week Into The Last Year Ever | Saturday Jan. 7, 2012

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my view eyeball cam on Peak Chair

Today the sky was falling. Whistler Peak is where the sky crashed into Earth making the top 300 meters of the mountain a mere Smörgåsbord of grey. I felt like helen keller, until tree line when the world came into focus and we could search out the last of the recent snow. Christmas Trees and VDs had some fun pitches and the scene in the clouds was hilarious as everyone groped their way down the mountain.

low visabilityski by feel

After a quick break to let the ice rink thaw off of our goggles, a few Dave Murray laps to A-line capped off an interesting and jolly good day. There should be some snow coming in on Sunday too!

foggy day on Whistlerturns to be had in Christmas Trees

twas a bit moist and then coldgoggle freeze

Whistling Marmot

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