7 min

Why we love Whistler The Side Track Podcast

    • Sports

Join me today as we explore the reasons why we love Whistler. We will be exploring a bit about the story of Whistler, what we like the most and what makes it absolutely unique.

If you are into mountain biking, hiking or skiing you’ve probably heard of whistlers. Whistler is known and renowned for a lot of its activities. But why we love Whistler so much, that’s the question everyone that hasn’t been there is wondering.

Opened in 1966, it was originally intended to be complete for the 1968 Winter Olympic, which did not not happen. Blackcomb opened in December 1980 as a separate entity.  Both mountains endured intense rivalry through the 1980s and 90s. For good the joined forces and it is now “Whistler Blackcomb” since 2003 when the BC real estate firm that developed Blackcomb acquired Whistler in 1997

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About me:

My name is Daniel St-Pierre. I have been an enthusiastic mountain biker for over 25 years. I’ve been riding bicycles since the age of 4 years old or so. I’ve ridden bicycles of all kinds; from banana seat bikes and BMX to road bikes, mountain bikes and a few others in between.

Today I want to share my knowledge and my passion with the world covering a variety of cycling topics, let’s have fun together.

If you find value from my content, please consider subscribing.

Catch me at social:

Facebook: facebook.com/iamdanielstpierre

Instagram: instagram.com/iamdanielstp

Twitter: twiitter.com/iamdanielstp

LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/danielstpierre/

Visit my website: iamdanielstp.com

Join me today as we explore the reasons why we love Whistler. We will be exploring a bit about the story of Whistler, what we like the most and what makes it absolutely unique.

If you are into mountain biking, hiking or skiing you’ve probably heard of whistlers. Whistler is known and renowned for a lot of its activities. But why we love Whistler so much, that’s the question everyone that hasn’t been there is wondering.

Opened in 1966, it was originally intended to be complete for the 1968 Winter Olympic, which did not not happen. Blackcomb opened in December 1980 as a separate entity.  Both mountains endured intense rivalry through the 1980s and 90s. For good the joined forces and it is now “Whistler Blackcomb” since 2003 when the BC real estate firm that developed Blackcomb acquired Whistler in 1997

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About me:

My name is Daniel St-Pierre. I have been an enthusiastic mountain biker for over 25 years. I’ve been riding bicycles since the age of 4 years old or so. I’ve ridden bicycles of all kinds; from banana seat bikes and BMX to road bikes, mountain bikes and a few others in between.

Today I want to share my knowledge and my passion with the world covering a variety of cycling topics, let’s have fun together.

If you find value from my content, please consider subscribing.

Catch me at social:

Facebook: facebook.com/iamdanielstpierre

Instagram: instagram.com/iamdanielstp

Twitter: twiitter.com/iamdanielstp

LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/danielstpierre/

Visit my website: iamdanielstp.com

7 min

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