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WMMI Bike Park Map Nearing Completion

The summer is flying by and work on our latest map, the Whistler Mountain Bike Park is nearing completion, with less than two weeks of work estimated to be remaining. Similar to our winter maps, the 2016 Whistler Mountain Bike Park map will represent the most accurate and complete map of the Whistler Mountain Bike Park available. Using our three layer design, we’ve included a 10cm per pixel base image resolution (the highest resolution imagery available), a 2m per pixel contour layer (10m intervals) and a GPS / art layer that includes run names, colors and designation. The WMMI strives to create the most aesthetically pleasing and accurate maps available and will continue to update this map, similar to our winter maps, continuously and free of charge.

This map will not be initially be sold to the public as a stand alone product, but will be offered as a loyalty gift for current and future WMMI customers who have purchased both winter (Whistler / Blackcomb) maps. Current WMMI customers who have purchased both winter maps will have the bike park map added to their account and will be able to download the map upon its release, free of charge. If you happen to own one mountain map, you would simply need to purchase the other mountain the promotional price outlined below to receive the Whistler Mountain Bike Park map.

For those interested, the WMMI will be offering promotional pricing for our winter maps starting Friday August 26th for 20% off the regular price per map. As already mentioned above, purchasing both maps during this promotional period will also allow you permanent access to the Whistler Mountain Bike Park map and any future updates.

If you already have one of our maps, consider purchasing the other mountain! Not only will it help you learn the mountain, but it will also support a local Whistler mapping company! Spread the word about our maps if you love them, leave reviews on Google (just search WMMI) and help make our maps better by sending us adjustments and corrections!

 

Alexhordal