Celebrate Whistler Blackcomb Opening Day!

Here in Whistler a lot of locals and visitors are waxing their skis and snowboards today in preparation for the mountain’s grand re-opening for the winter season tomorrow!

We have a few great pieces of jewellery that you could wear to celebrate:

1) Ski & Snowflake Necklace

If you ride on two planks then this is the piece of jewellery for you – the Ski & Snowflake Necklace!

This best-selling sterling silver set of skis with a sterling silver snowflake hang beautifully together on a sterling silver 18″ chain. Keep your favourite winter sport close to your heart by wearing this necklace even when it’s summer. It also makes an amazing gift for anyone who loves to ski!

2) Snowboard & Snowflake Necklace

For the boarders at heart, the Snowboard & Snowflake Necklace is an obvious choice.

The sterling silver snowboard and sterling silver snowflake hang together on an 18″ sterling silver chain. Whether you spend most of your time in the terrain park, carving up groomers, or exploring more complex bowls and tree runs, this necklace will keep those memories fresh in your mind all year long!

3) Coast Range Necklae

Another stunning necklace options is the Coast Range Necklace reflecting the name of our local mountain chain.

The mountains hold something special for every one, whether it be the activities we like to do or the serenity they inspire. Carry a little bit of that around with you every day with this special necklace. Available in silver, gold and rose gold plating on an 18″ chain.

4) Mountain Earrings

Choose between the Mountain Post Earrings and the Mountain Hook Earrings by Squamish-based designer Treeline Collective.

Both sets of sterling silver earrings are from the Summit Collection. One is on a sterling silver post while the other is on a sterling silver hook. Listen to the mountains as they whisper sweet melodies of adventures yet to come to your soul. Open your heart to the journey of life. Handmade with love.


Will you be skiing or snowboarding tomorrow on Whistler or Blackcomb? Let us know in the comments below!