A Weekend in Whistler and Learning to Ski

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Riding the Peak 2 Peak Gondola between Whistler and Blackcomb mountains. It holds two world records for the longest free span between ropeway towers (1.88 miles) and highest point above ground (1430 feet). Luckily we did not plummet to the ground as I originally feared!

With our countdown to our Ohio move getting closer, my husband H and I are trying to visit as many Pacific Northwest destinations as possible. Our list includes old favorites as well as new places we’ve been eyeing to go. Last weekend we finally made the pilgrimage to one of the top ski destinations in the world – Whistler, BC.

This trip was a milestone for me because up until a few years ago I did not know how to ski. When we moved to Seattle in 2013, I decided it was finally time to learn. Seattle is famous for our dreary winters and what makes them slightly more bearable is escaping the rain to ski on the mountains. Because when it’s raining in the city, it’s snowing in the Cascades. It’s the silver lining that us Seattleites use to cheer up our sun-deprived selves!

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