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Ryan Bougie—Ski Patroller. Ryan Bougie’s young, handsome (and mustached) face belies his tremendous experience in the mountains. Amongst a core group of committed backcountry skiers in Whistler, Bougie is known as the guy who takes on the most extended, immersive and by all accounts extremely difficult self-propelled escapes into North American wilderness.   The 30-year-old modern day explorer has recently returned to his patrolling post on Blackcomb after a winter-long hiatus last season: a five-and-a-half-month, 1500 km walking, skiing, pack-rafting and bushwhacking journey from Vancouver to Alaska.  Bougie’s commitment to the long-form format began when he left high school early to walk down the Pacific Crest trail from Canada to Mexico. Since then, he has cycled across Canada, made remote, committed ski-mountaineering first descents on Mount Foraker (Alaska's 4th highest peak), amongst yearly self-propelled pilgrimages through BC, Alaska and Arctic wilderness, culminating in his mega-transect of the BC coast range last year shared by two friends.  Guided by curiosity more than novelty, Bougie flies well under radar amongst the broader ski community. In fact, his personal achievements in wilderness often remain just that—unsung physical and mental journeys through massive and un-trafficked landscapes, inquisitions into the beauty of distant mountain ecosystems, bearing witness to remote industrial projects that most people never see. Perhaps most significantly, Bougie’s journeys are experiments-of-the-possible. - © Jordan Manley

Ryan Bougie—Ski Patroller. Ryan Bougie’s young, handsome (and mustached) face belies his tremendous experience in the mountains. Amongst a core group of committed backcountry skiers in Whistler, Bougie is known as the guy who takes on the most extended, immersive and by all accounts extremely difficult self-propelled escapes into North American wilderness. The 30-year-old modern day explorer has recently returned to his patrolling post on Blackcomb after a winter-long hiatus last season: a five-and-a-half-month, 1500 km walking, skiing, pack-rafting and bushwhacking journey from Vancouver to Alaska. Bougie’s commitment to the long-form format began when he left high school early to walk down the Pacific Crest trail from Canada to Mexico. Since then, he has cycled across Canada, made remote, committed ski-mountaineering first descents on Mount Foraker (Alaska's 4th highest peak), amongst yearly self-propelled pilgrimages through BC, Alaska and Arctic wilderness, culminating in his mega-transect of the BC coast range last year shared by two friends. Guided by curiosity more than novelty, Bougie flies well under radar amongst the broader ski community. In fact, his personal achievements in wilderness often remain just that—unsung physical and mental journeys through massive and un-trafficked landscapes, inquisitions into the beauty of distant mountain ecosystems, bearing witness to remote industrial projects that most people never see. Perhaps most significantly, Bougie’s journeys are experiments-of-the-possible.
Copyright: Jordan Manley

Ryan Bougie—Ski Patroller. Ryan Bougie’s young, handsome (and mustached) face belies his tremendous experience in the mountains. Amongst a core group of committed backcountry skiers in Whistler, Bougie is known as the guy who takes on the most extended, immersive and by all accounts extremely difficult self-propelled escapes into North American wilderness.   The 30-year-old modern day explorer has recently returned to his patrolling post on Blackcomb after a winter-long hiatus last season: a five-and-a-half-month, 1500 km walking, skiing, pack-rafting and bushwhacking journey from Vancouver to Alaska.  Bougie’s commitment to the long-form format began when he left high school early to walk down the Pacific Crest trail from Canada to Mexico. Since then, he has cycled across Canada, made remote, committed ski-mountaineering first descents on Mount Foraker (Alaska's 4th highest peak), amongst yearly self-propelled pilgrimages through BC, Alaska and Arctic wilderness, culminating in his mega-transect of the BC coast range last year shared by two friends.  Guided by curiosity more than novelty, Bougie flies well under radar amongst the broader ski community. In fact, his personal achievements in wilderness often remain just that—unsung physical and mental journeys through massive and un-trafficked landscapes, inquisitions into the beauty of distant mountain ecosystems, bearing witness to remote industrial projects that most people never see. Perhaps most significantly, Bougie’s journeys are experiments-of-the-possible. - © Jordan Manley

Whistler Blackcomb - was a decent day but many parts of both mountains covered in thick fog..  light snow showers thru the day. snow gets heavy at bottom..  yet going again tomorrow - © TrashPanda

Whistler Blackcomb - was a decent day but many parts of both mountains covered in thick fog.. light snow showers thru the day. snow gets heavy at bottom.. yet going again tomorrow
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Whistler Blackcomb - was a decent day but many parts of both mountains covered in thick fog..  light snow showers thru the day. snow gets heavy at bottom..  yet going again tomorrow - © TrashPanda
Whistler Blackcomb - Decent snow in the alpine. Anything below that the snow was wet and slushy.  - © Cat

Whistler Blackcomb - Decent snow in the alpine. Anything below that the snow was wet and slushy.
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Whistler Blackcomb - Decent snow in the alpine. Anything below that the snow was wet and slushy.  - © Cat
Whistler Blackcomb - Mt. Whistler on the new year's day 2018 from the top of Harmony lift - © naokit

Whistler Blackcomb - Mt. Whistler on the new year's day 2018 from the top of Harmony lift
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Whistler Blackcomb - Mt. Whistler on the new year's day 2018 from the top of Harmony lift - © naokit
Whistler Blackcomb -  angreat week! very sad to leave looking at the snow forecast for today and tomorrow. the place reloaded every night for us. Sun came out on peak chair yesterday afternoond it was DEEP! - © anonymous

Whistler Blackcomb - angreat week! very sad to leave looking at the snow forecast for today and tomorrow. the place reloaded every night for us. Sun came out on peak chair yesterday afternoond it was DEEP!
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Whistler Blackcomb -  angreat week! very sad to leave looking at the snow forecast for today and tomorrow. the place reloaded every night for us. Sun came out on peak chair yesterday afternoond it was DEEP! - © anonymous
Whistler Blackcomb - Crazy here on the mountain. Even the dinosaurs are enjoying the major dump this week. Oh yeah. 
EAGLES.  GOOOOO EAGLES 
E

A  - © Rich

Whistler Blackcomb - Crazy here on the mountain. Even the dinosaurs are enjoying the major dump this week. Oh yeah. EAGLES. GOOOOO EAGLES E A
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Whistler Blackcomb - Crazy here on the mountain. Even the dinosaurs are enjoying the major dump this week. Oh yeah. 
EAGLES.  GOOOOO EAGLES 
E

A  - © Rich
Whistler Blackcomb - Amazing conditions. 5-6 minute waits at mid mountain. Powder in spots and lumpy in others. 

 - © Westin’s iPhone

Whistler Blackcomb - Amazing conditions. 5-6 minute waits at mid mountain. Powder in spots and lumpy in others.
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Whistler Blackcomb - Amazing conditions. 5-6 minute waits at mid mountain. Powder in spots and lumpy in others. 

 - © Westin’s iPhone
Whistler Blackcomb - sunday  lineups - © anonymous

Whistler Blackcomb - sunday lineups
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Whistler Blackcomb - sunday  lineups - © anonymous
Whistler Blackcomb - Snow report? 
Snow on top of lift entrance says it all  - © Rick's iPhone

Whistler Blackcomb - Snow report? Snow on top of lift entrance says it all
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Whistler Blackcomb - Snow report? 
Snow on top of lift entrance says it all  - © Rick's iPhone
Whistler Blackcomb - Waited 4hr in line for epic day and the patriots are going to the super bowl again!  - © Rick's iPhone

Whistler Blackcomb - Waited 4hr in line for epic day and the patriots are going to the super bowl again!
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Whistler Blackcomb - Waited 4hr in line for epic day and the patriots are going to the super bowl again!  - © Rick's iPhone
Whistler Blackcomb - Punishing winds kept the upper lifts from opening. Continuing heavy snowfall, fresh powder. Wet at the bottom half and rainy. - © Caroline's iPhone

Whistler Blackcomb - Punishing winds kept the upper lifts from opening. Continuing heavy snowfall, fresh powder. Wet at the bottom half and rainy.
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Whistler Blackcomb - Punishing winds kept the upper lifts from opening. Continuing heavy snowfall, fresh powder. Wet at the bottom half and rainy. - © Caroline's iPhone
Whistler Blackcomb - Crazy heavy wet snow on the upper half and rain below 1800ft. Visibility was poor most of the day  - © Caroline's iPhone

Whistler Blackcomb - Crazy heavy wet snow on the upper half and rain below 1800ft. Visibility was poor most of the day
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Whistler Blackcomb - Crazy heavy wet snow on the upper half and rain below 1800ft. Visibility was poor most of the day  - © Caroline's iPhone
Whistler Blackcomb - Bluebird day! - © ???? and ????

Whistler Blackcomb - Bluebird day!
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Whistler Blackcomb - Bluebird day! - © ???? and ????
Whistler Blackcomb - fantastic conditions the past week! still a few powder stashes in the glades - © Brittany’s iPhone

Whistler Blackcomb - fantastic conditions the past week! still a few powder stashes in the glades
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Whistler Blackcomb - fantastic conditions the past week! still a few powder stashes in the glades - © Brittany’s iPhone
Whistler Blackcomb - Great day of skiing.  powder every where.  couldn't have been any better!! - © anonymous user

Whistler Blackcomb - Great day of skiing. powder every where. couldn't have been any better!!
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Whistler Blackcomb - Great day of skiing.  powder every where.  couldn't have been any better!! - © anonymous user
Whistler Blackcomb - A solid 8" of new snow today.  - © Randy's iPhoneB

Whistler Blackcomb - A solid 8" of new snow today.
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Whistler Blackcomb - A solid 8" of new snow today.  - © Randy's iPhoneB
Now...where to land. - © Whistler Blackcomb

Now...where to land.
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Now...where to land. - © Whistler Blackcomb
Whistler Blackcomb - no ice anymore, great carving conditions - © anonymous

Whistler Blackcomb - no ice anymore, great carving conditions
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Whistler Blackcomb - no ice anymore, great carving conditions - © anonymous

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2.22 Snow Before You Go: Plenty of Powder for the Weekend ©Meteorologist Chris Tomer

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