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How well do you know your mountain ski resorts? Does this slopeside vantage point look familiar?

If your hunch is a major ski resort located just north of Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada, then you'd be right.

This photo was taken by our Editor in Chief Darla Worden while On Location at Whistler Blackcomb, a resort comprised of two side-by-side mountains, boasting the most ski-able terrain in North America—8,171 acres of terrain, a mile-high vertical, 100 marked runs, 37 lifts, 16 alpine bowls, and 3 glaciers. 

Happy skiing!

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