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Whistler Chairlift Trivia | Bonus Round!

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Harmony Zone on Whistler Mountain

Update: This sweepstakes is now over, but stay tuned for more great giveaways on our Facebook page!

This week, we’re asking questions about Whistler Blackcomb’s new chairlifts – the Harmony 6 on Whistler Mountain and the Crystal Ridge Express on Blackcomb – and handing out TWO entries for every question answered!

Check out our Bonus Round question and enter to win!
Trivia hint: if you don’t know the answer, read more about Harmony 6 and Crystal Ridge Express below…

Whistler Debuts Two New Chairlifts for the 2013/2014 Ski Season

The Crystal Ridge Express, with its terminal location along the Blackcomb Glacier Road ski-out, allows skiers and riders to lap the entire Crystal Zone with quicker access the to Horstman Glacier, Blackcomb Glacier and Spanky’s Ladder. This new quad chairlift will be 5,604 feet in length with a vertical rise of 1,755 feet and carry 65% more skiers and riders, improving the uphill capacity to 2,400 people per hour. The new Crystal lift will deposit passengers in the same location as the old triple chair (at the Crystal Hut), but it starts 518 feet lower.

On Whistler Mountain, the new Harmony 6 Express shortens upload time to the Harmony Zone’s powder-filled bowls, steeps and cruisers. Replacing one of the most popular lifts at Whistler, the new Harmony chair will dramatically improve the uphill capacity, carrying 1,200 more passengers per hour than the old lift. The Harmony 6 has the same alignment as the current quad chair, spanning 5,672 feet in length with a vertical rise of nearly 7,000 feet.

Alex Boyd

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When I’m not crunching campaign reports or waxing poetic about recent storms, you can find me skiing on Aspen Mountain, lunching at Bonnie’s or hiking with my dog.

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When I’m not crunching campaign reports or waxing poetic about recent storms, you can find me skiing on Aspen Mountain, lunching at Bonnie’s or hiking with my dog.

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