TRAVELLER I EDITOR’S NOTE
Jackie Rohde | Editor-In-Chief | email@example.com
Whether visiting or living in Whistler and the Sea to Sky Corridor, it is all
about the lifestyle; though the work-life balance is sometimes tricky and
at times may even seem unattainable. The beauty that surrounds us, the
facilities and the cornucopia of activities at our fingertips certainly provide
countless opportunities to help achieve that equilibrium. From the front-desk agent who checked you in to the general manager of the hotel, to the
server at the restaurant or the guide on the ATV tour, these are often the
very same people you are likely to share a gondola with, be riding beside on
the Valley Trail, or chat with on a restaurant patio … out there enjoying life
right alongside you.
“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving. ”
Ask a local why he or she is here, and it is doubtful that they will say that it was predominantly a career move. In fact, many will have moved
here to escape overcrowded big cities, fast-paced schedules, and sometimes have left high-stress careers in search of a more complete and
personally satisfying lifestyle. So, don’t hesitate to approach us: We are happy to share the insider tips and hidden gems with you, and provide
recommendations to help you get the most out of your visit and keep you coming back for more.
Whether you’re here for the serenity of nature, the thrill of skiing and snowboarding, the adventure of biking, hiking or ziplining, or the
appreciation of art and culture, the opportunities available in this world-class resort and the communities close by make the Sea to Sky region
not only a one-of-a-kind destination to visit but also an amazing place to live, raise a family and be proud to call home.
We look forward to welcoming you back again soon.
Thank you for sharing this issue with us. Grab your helmet, jump on your bike and discover your balance.