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Agents wowed by Whistler

Hannah Edensor

Travel agents on the inaugural famil for Sno’N’Ski have farewelled the glorious Snow Peaks ski resort and arrived in Whistler village.

The agents enjoyed a progressive dinner through the Snow Peaks village, sampling appetisers in Voyageur Bistro, tasty steaks at Mantles Restaurant and dessert at Masa’s, before wrapping up with a few night caps at Bottoms bar along with a few rounds of pool.

After getting a few final runs on the slopes the next morning, agents hopped on a coach to make the journey to Whistler Blackcomb Mountain.

Upon arrival, they were welcomed by Whistler Blackcomb representatives at the Squamish Lil’Wat Cultural Centre, complete with dinner snacks and beverages.

A big day of skiing awaits, but in the meantime, catch up on all the latest snaps and Instagram shots from the trip.

Stay tuned for the final wrap up of Whistler photos soon!

Agents enjoying some appies in Sun Peaks
Agents enjoying some appies in Sun Peaks
Checking in at The Westin in Whistler
Checking in at The Westin in Whistler

Gearing up for the #sunpeaks360 experience ⛷? #snonskimega2017 #explorebc @hellobc

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Snowshoe Tour #snonskimega2017 #explorebc @sunpeaksresort @hellobc @snonski

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??? #snonskimega2017 #explorebc @sunpeaksresort @hellobc @snonski

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Shred Crew #snonskimega2017 #explorebc @silverstarmtnresort @hellobc @snonski

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Amazing scenery on the drive from Sun Peaks to Whistler today! #snonskimega2017 #explorebc #hellobc

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