The Whistler region is British Columbia's paramount recreation area. Nestled against the western edge of this vast wilderness preserve, Whistler gained worldwide attention as one of the main venues of the 2010 Winter Olympics. The park itself has been provincial treasure of hiking trails, camping sites, and glacial wilderness from the earliest days of settlement. This map uses Government of Canada NTS topography as its base, so all the elevations, river routes, and roads are survey accurate. The recreational information has been added by ITMB. One side is 092J02, which is the Whistler sheet, and includes the Musical Bumps and Singing Pass trails as well as the ski areas in Whistler. The other side is 092G15, the Garibaldi lake wilderness region, with the Diamond Head trail and Garibaldi Traverse, the lake the numerous icefields and glaciers that make this part of BC so unique. This map has international marketing potential as well as local, thanks to its proximity to Vancouver and Whistler; printed double sided on waterproof paper.