Head to Whistler, B.C., for 10 days of high-altitude partying at the TELUS World Ski and Snowboard Festival. A combination of freestyle skiing competitions, a live concert series, art exhibits and other on-snow distractions drive thousands to Whistler each spring. Running from April 13 to April 28, the festival boasts film screenings, the World Skiing Invitational, and the motto “Party in April. Sleep in May.” Read more about the festival from the Vancouver Sun.
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