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Wednesday, December 23rd, 2015 — 10:11am PDT
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The snow may not arrive in Downtown Vancouver this Christmas but when you snap a #ChairLiftSelfie by December 28th, you could win one of Tourism Whistler‘s instant prizes including a Whistler Blackcomb season’s pass!


This season marks the 50th anniversary of Whistler Blackcomb and to celebrate, Tourism Whistler is offering 50 instant prizes and a chance to win a Whistler season pass.

Snap a #ChairLiftSelfie at the Whistler-themed bus shelter which is next to Comor – Go Play Outside on West 4th near Burrard, and post it to Twitter or Instagram with the #ChairLiftSelfie hashtag for a chance to win a free Whistler season pass.

Win Whistler Blackcomb Lift Tickets

To celebrate the 50th anniversary, and to encourage your own #ChairLiftSelfie entries, I have two x single day lift tickets for Whistler Blackcomb to give away. Here’s how you can enter to win:

  • Leave a comment with your fondest Whistler memory or if you’ve never been, name what you’d love to do in Whistler (1 entry)
  • Post the following on Twitter (1 entry)
RT to enter to win lift tickets from @GoWhistler + @Miss604

Be sure to grab your #ChairLiftSelfie before December 28th as well for a chance to win a season pass for Whistler Blackcomb. The bus shelter “chair lift” is next to Comor and in front of the Esso station on West 4th near Burrard. I will draw my winner of two single day lift tickets on Monday, December 28, 2015 at 12:00pm.

Update The winner is Shelley!

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  1. Katie says:

    My fondest memory – that’s a tough one – I would say is my first powder day on Blackcomb Mountain in 2013, I just keep burying myself under 50cm’s of new snow. I remember being so incredibly exhausted, yet had a smile from ear to ear. Great times.

  2. Ali says:

    Fond memories of skiing with my family in Whistler. And the delicious nachos afterwards!

  3. ann says:

    Pow turns with friends in whistler trees.

  4. Tony E says:

    30cm blue bird day 10 years ago, when a Winnebago blocked the highway, the mountain was deserted.

  5. Matt says:

    Bluebird day, 30 cm of fresh snow, Seventh Heaven … need I say more

  6. Stephanie says:

    Fondest memory was when I went with my class in high school 🙂

  7. kay says:

    Walk around whistler village after a fresh run!

  8. Don McQueen says:

    Taking the Whistler Mountaineer train trip and spending several nights at the Fairmont and going on the Peak to Peak Gondola

  9. Karl says:

    Best memories were getting the student season pass as a college student and shredding on weeekends

  10. Samantha Reeves says:

    I did Mudderella this year up in Whistler, crossing that finish line after 4 hours of hiking and obstacles was amazing.

  11. bjh says:

    Biking on the trails with my best friend and her family when we were kids!

  12. Jason says:

    Great memories of spending some quality time with my fiancée there!

  13. Eileen says:

    My first time skiing was up on Whistler!

  14. tracy k says:

    i had my bachelorette party in whistler this summer, and my girlfriends and i spent the day at Scandinave Spa!

  15. Karen says:

    Whistler is always a good time!

  16. NT says:

    Would love to go snowboarding at Whistler for the first time!

  17. Diane To says:

    My fondest memory in Whistler was on my 24th birthday with my boyfriend. I got to explore the city, have a spa day and just enjoy the beauty that Whistler had to offer.

  18. Alan Huang says:

    I love to ski in the morning, explore the food scene after 4pm, and enjoy the scenery over a glass of wine in the hot tub!

  19. Wally says:

    Walking up the Olympic sliding centre.

  20. LMS says:

    There’s a spot about halfway down Whistler mountain where Iove to stop, sit for a minute and just enjoy the view. It’s especially great on the last run down when there are so few people it feels like you have the whole mountain to yourself. Bliss.

  21. Jason says:

    My fondest memory is staying at the hostel at Alta Lake and skiing the Blackcomb Glacier when it was affordable for a lift ticket back in the day.

  22. Erica Simpson says:

    My fondest memory of Whistler is swimming outdoors with my 6-yr-old in the middle of winter…

  23. jan says:

    I would love to tube at Whistler

  24. Maria Aldrey says:

    I went 10 years ago and haven’t been again. I saw snow for the first time which was so magical, would love go with my husband now.

  25. maria says:

    Had an awesome girls weekend there about 3 yrs ago.

  26. Adam S says:

    I love snowboarding at Whistler!

  27. Ariel C says:

    I would love to go to Scandinavian Spa one of these days

  28. Lorena says:

    My very fondest memory was spending New Years in Whistler with good friends, and enjoying the wonderful ambiance! 🙂

  29. Shelley says:

    Field trip with school 35 years ago. Our teacher took the class skiing. I’ll never forget it!

  30. Lucie B says:

    My mini-honeymoon last year :-). But I haven’t been on the slopes in over a decade, and would love to go again!

  31. Christelle says:

    I would love to go skiing with my family in Whistler!!

  32. Rob C says:

    Would love to check out the peak to peak!

  33. Mary says:

    My fondest Whistler memory is a trip with my sister and brother during the summer! We did some hikes, had some yummy food and shopped!!

  34. lyn says:

    Skiing is the best on. whistler Mt.

  35. lyn says:

    The best experience is skiing.

  36. mike says:

    I have wonderful memories of my dad driving to whistler for he day Dad, my brother and I spend the day skiing.

  37. Donna says:

    I’ve never been to Whistler!! I’d love to walk around the village and have a great dinner

  38. Angela says:

    Fondest memory skiing there was skiing 7th Heaven with my friend for the first time. So beautiful up there!!!

  39. susannah says:

    Christmas day 2008: There was a huge snowstorm the day before so we very nearly didn’t make it to Whistler at all. Waited for hours at the bus station at Terminal and a lot of people just gave up and went home. But it all worked out in the end and we woke up to sunshine and Perfect conditions on the mountain. It was the best Christmas ever!

  40. Kathy E. says:

    My fondest Whistler memory was during the summer and renting a bicycle for 2, and peddling all around the Village with my friend 🙂
    I’d LOVE to visit Whistler during the Winter – thanks fore the chance to win!

  41. TerryS says:

    Fondest memory is an epic meal at Araxi with family and freinds

  42. Fondest memory was driving with my sister up to Whistler, exploring the village and playing in the snow. Seeing the experience from her eyes was wonderful.

  43. Alanna says:

    I have yet to board up at Whistler Blackkcomb but I would love to take over the hill with my cousins. We tend to travel in packs even in our 30’s. Cheers!

  44. Angela says:

    Our firm goes up to Whistler and it’s so great to talk to everyone in a social setting. But I’ve never gone up the mountain before so that would be amazing!

  45. Jillian says:

    Driving a old school bus from the Kootenays to Whistler Blackcomb for ski/snowboard provincials while I was in high school. Racing our hearts out in hopes of of getting on the podium!

  46. Nick says:

    Never been even though lived so close, on the bucket list forsure!

  47. Russ says:

    Great all in experience, good skiing, good food, good times!

  48. Chris O. says:

    Happy 50th Anniversary Whistler Blackcomb!
    I’ve never been and it would be AMAZING to take the whole family up there and watch the Grandkids learn to ski and ride the Peak 2 Peak Gondola!

  49. Mike Robertson says:

    First tracks on Showcase T-bar!

  50. Vanesa T. says:

    My fondest memory was when I first learned how to snowboard!

  51. Brian says:

    I remember hitting this hill as a 10-year old and being absolutely amazed at the sheer length of the runs. Being used to smaller hills on Vancouver Island, it felt like Whistler’s went on forever!

  52. Kristy says:

    First snowboard lesson at Whistler – and first broken wrist!

  53. Dane says:

    Fresh powder skiing, a stroll around the village and a delicious curry dinner ….

  54. GAIL WHITWORTH says:

    my sons and grandsons would love this

  55. Denise says:

    My fondest memory was when my hubby and I rented ATVs in whistler

  56. Alana Park says:

    Tough Mudder weekend!

  57. Teresa K says:

    My fondest memory was skiing there.

  58. Brandon says:

    Best experience was being 15 years old and jumping off Blackcomb Mtn in the summer time. Oh yah, I had a parachute too so all was well. Great view!

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