Clients & testimonials
The final episode of the 2004 season the Warner Brothers
action series, Smallville was filmed on the Pemberton Ice
Cap with the support of the Whistler HeliSledder team.
In this episode, a character is shot through a vortex into
artic tundra. The ice cap provided the perfect backdrop
for this location.
The Outdoor Channel produced three segments on Whistler
HeliSledder. These segments were produced by Water Productions
(www.pwctv.com) for Sled Sense TV, currently running on
the Outdoor Channel 2HD TV, in over one hundred countries.
The 2005 – 2006 Land’s End Business Outfitters
Winter catalogue was shot on the ice cap. These ‘winter’ photos
were taken during the last week in July. The Land’s
End catalogue will be distributed to 4 million businesses
throughout North America.
Whistler HeliSledder appeared on the cover and was featured
in an article in Snowmobile Magazine’s spring ‘05
and winter ‘05-‘06 issues.
ACTION SPORTS FILM
As one of the premiere destinations for snowmobiling,
riders Rob Alford, Cody Borchers, Geoff Kyle and BJ Murry
were featured on the Pemberton Ice Cap in the 2005 Slednecks
video, Slednecks 8.
Roops of Hazard
Roops of Hazard features Corey Micku and Geoff Kyle riding
deep powder and mountain terrain on the Ice Cap.
Braaap 5 - Drop Zone
Wild mountain and backcountry riding at it's best, with
a segment filmed on the Ice Cap.