Whistler Blackcomb taking all Peak2Peak Gondola Questions

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Whistler Blackcomb, British Columbia.The cable seen running across the valley.

WHISTLER, BC

- The engineering feat of connecting Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains has inspired many questions and the PEAK 2 PEAK Question of the Week hopes to satisfy enquiring minds. Members of the community are invited to submit their questions surrounding the building and operation of the Gondola. Whistler Blackcomb will choose one question each week to answer in the local newspapers and will feature all questions and answers on the PEAK 2 PEAK section of

whistlerblackcomb.com

A new email newsletter called "The Wire" will also launch with a bi-monthly dose of all things PEAK 2 PEAK straight to the inbox. "The Wire" will dispatch reports from the construction site, photos of milestones and video updates with interviews from the PEAK 2 PEAK team.

"It is evident from our P2P website traffic that there is a hunger out there for more information about the PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola," says Michelle Leroux, Whistler Blackcomb Public Relations. "We will answer questions submitted online at

whistlerblackcomb.com

and we hope 'The Wire' will inform those keen to learn more about all of the work happening to get this project up and running for our December 2008 opening."

Subscription for the e-newsletter "The Wire," an email form to submit a question and the online version of the Question of the Week can be found at

whistlerblackcomb.com/peak2peak

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Consistently ranked as North America's top ski and snowboard resort, Whistler Blackcomb continues to raise the level of mountain excitement for its guests. With the landmark PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola project underway, the return of the popular Symphony Amphitheatre, and a host of other on-mountain improvements, this winter promises to be one of the most exciting yet. Located a scenic two-hour drive north of Vancouver up the spectacular 'Sea to Sky' Highway, this resort is home to the continent's two greatest vertical-rise ski mountains - Whistler and Blackcomb. With over 17 alpine bowls, four glaciers, 200 trails, 8,171 acres of skiable terrain and a one mile vertical rise, the choices of where and what to ski/ride at Whistler Blackcomb from beginner to advanced terrain are staggering. Joined at the base by a vibrant pedestrian village filled with restaurants, patios, cafes, shops, galleries and spas, and surrounded by breathtaking scenery, this four season resort is spectacular. Check it all out at

whistlerblackcomb.com

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