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Upper Dave Murray Downhill is a classic Whistler run - used for events in the 2010 Winter Olympics.
This run is groomed, however steep enough to pick up significant speed and rip some turns.
The start is well-marked at the top of the Garbanzo Express, also accessed via Whiskey Jack from the Big Red Express and Emerald Express.
This run is iconic, and as such, features a fair amount of people, especially at the end of the day as it makes a perfect ski-out run, linking up with Lower Dave Murray Downhill and continuing onto the Creekside base.
If you do not want to go that low down, halfway through the Upper Dave Murray Downhill you will see marked signs ahead for Tokum, which will lead you to Expressway and back to the base of the Garbanzo Express.
If you choose to continue onto lower Dave Murray, keep left and you are now committed to the rest of the run except for the option to take the flat Expressway road before the start of the Lower Dave Murray Downhill.
Portions of this run are icy and fast like a true downhill course, and there might be occasional moguls depending on snow conditions.
Make it your ski out route if you're looking to speed down to the bottom in no time!