Technology is amazing. When I was a kid, the best way to experience someone else’s Whistler vacation was to look through a photo album. If I was lucky, I could watch a slide show while listening to the travelers retell the tales of cruising down the slopes at Whistler Blackcomb. And if I was really luck, those travelers would have a video tape, complete with their own narration of what was happening. But not today. Today’s technology has advanced to digital recorders and easy access to editing software that allows the average person to create short movies set to a catchy soundtrack. Those clips can be uploaded to all sorts of online sites and shared with the world. With the amount of Whistler vacation footage found on the internet, it’s clear that travelers to Whistler BC Canada have fabulous times. If you haven’t already reserved your Whistler accommodations for this winter season, this Whistler video will at least get you thinking about taking time off for your own Whistler vacation.
Archive for November, 2007
Whistler thrives on tourism and international visitors. Where else can you ride a chairlift and meet half a dozen people from different parts of the globe, all visiting the town of Whistler, BC, Canada for the white powder of the winter season.
A number of American’s, who make up a good portion of tourism to Whistler, travel up north to Whistler Blackcomb, BC, Canada for their winter vacation. Though with the soaring loonie and increased fees in cross-border transportation, many American’s may opt to take in their winter vacation more locally – Utah, Colorado or Montana.
The sharp increase in the Canadian dollar will affect the pilgrimage to Whistler this year as American’s review their costs to travel and their accommodations in Whistler. While some would say the luxury lodging and accommodation market in Whistler is worth its price, many American’s and other travelers will think twice about their spending habits. (more…)