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Classes & Workshops in Whitehorse

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  • Susan T
    3 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Lovely, welcoming staff! Great energy - they want to teach you about glass and to share their knowledge.
    We did a 1/2 hour (between 2 people) and each made a beautiful souvenir of our time in Whitehorse.
    It was enough time to make something wonderful (with their expert guidance) and develop a huge appreciate of the skill that they have. I will go back! I’d say it’s addictive <3
    Written February 18, 2024
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  • Stéphan
    Whitehorse, Canada83 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    WINTER REVIEW:
    This little ski-hill is great for family. The Bunny hill is right there near the lodge and had a nice slope to it. The groomers are doing an amazing job on Dan's descent, Hailey'S, and the park. There are a few more runs, 9 in total, but they are closed until more snow adds up to the base. DECEMBER IS OFTEN TOUGH FOR SIMA.
    318 meters of vertical drop which is not be bad considering it is only 22 km from Downtown Whitehorse.
    This place is a little GEM that bring people out on the slopes, FANTASTIC.
    My season pass gives me discount to many ski resorts in BC and Eagle Crest in Juneau!
    GREAT!
    I am very please with MT-Sima. The last 6-7 years saw a lot of improvements:
    the snow-making machines
    the patrol
    the bar and choices of good brew/wine.
    WE just need snow now, a lot of it!
    Written December 9, 2018
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  • Yvonne L
    Foster City, CA37 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    We happened upon this place as we were seeking refuge from the cold. (Walk two blocks, find a place to go indoors to thaw before heading out again) Enjoyed looking at the current exhibition Rebekah Miller “Skin”. Some historic photographs of Whitehorse on exhibit as well.
    Written January 17, 2020
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