There are lots of jobs. Depending on your experience, you can pick up a job at dishwashing, serving, cleaning, or housekeeping really easily... I'd suggest getting an onhill job though, like events or trail crew... These jobs don't pay much, but you get a pass and you will get paid to ski basically! Otherwise you'll spend every day working your ass off just trying to pay your bills and you'll never get to ski... Night jobs are good too! Talk to the hotels like Chateau Whistler, and the Westin. Good luck!
Jul 4 2002 6:39PM
Are there any large corperations near Whistler?? Like huge office buildings etc.
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I work at the Nike shop in the Pan Pacific Hotel, it's a rental shop in the winter and the best part is that it's open till 9 pm so that most of the time even if you are working you can ski until noon. This past winter I got an average of 5 days per week. I guess I would just look for something that offers shifts at night if you can (that is of course, if skiing is your only priority).