WICKED WHISTLER WEEKEND – review part I

Hello everybody and a wonderful Monday morning!I hope that everybody had a great weekend!
For all the people who went with us on the WICKED WHISTLER WEEKEND that INTERNeX organized, I can tell we had a great weekend!
Here is the review of that crazy weekend in Whistler:

The slow start up
It was Friday morning 6.30 am, way too early for normal young adults, when a crew of 22 people plus 2 tour guides met in downtown, Vancouver to begin an amazing and exhausting weekend in Whistler, which nobody will forget so fast. Everybody was still tired and a bit moody that morning.
However, the weather forecast made everybody feel way better soon. After the day got brighter and brighter, the whole crew realized: IT WILL BE GREAT AND SUNNY TODAY.
After the 90 minute drive up to Whistler, during which our tour guide told us some interesting facts about the landscape, we arrived at our hotel.
The hotel was amazing! It did not only provide a fully equipped kitchen in every room, which was great because we were cooking for cheap in the evenings; no, it also had an astonishing outdoor pool area including a heated pool, 2 Jacuzzis and a sauna – wicked!!!
So guess where you could always find us pretty much at all times… right, in the Jacuzzi. 🙂

Whistler Mountains – boarding and skiing on fresh powder
So there we were! After checking in the hotel, we went to the rental store to get our equipment.
It was still earlier in the morning but now the big question popped up: Where the hell should we start boarding or skiing? 2 huge mountains raised right in front of us, Whistler Mountain and Blackcomb -> one bigger than the other.
Some people hit the beginner pistes for absolving a skiing or snowboarding course.
The majority of the others and I decided to go up Whistler Mountain for some warm up runs.
The weather and snow conditions were just perfect. The sun was shining and a lot of fresh powder could be found everywhere due to heavy snowfall early last week.
After boarding and skiing on Whistler Mountain, we switched to Backcomb where we went for the huge glacier.
The weather changed, it started snowing and the visibility was close to zero. However everybody mastered this challenge and came down safe without any bigger wounds.

It was an amazing weekend with all of you! Thanks for the great time we spend together during this crazy weekend while partying, snowboarding, skiing, hot tubbing, hiking, chilling and what else we were doing on that WICKED WHISLTER WEEKEND!

PART II OF THE WICKED WHISTLER WEEKEND review will be published tomorrow….

Cheers,
Your PR team!

INTERNeX International Exchange
Suite 200-211 Columbia Street
Vancouver BC -V6A 2R5-
Web: http://www.internexcanada.com
Phone: +1 (604) 662 8149
Email: pr@internexcanada.com

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