Self-proclaimed ‘tomboy’ Paris Hilton goes heli-skiing in Whistler, sort of

Posted By: The Ski Channel on November 30, 2009 2:19 pm

Well it’s now day two of TSC’s coverage of Paris Hilton in Whistler, and there are still no signs of those reclusive Twilight stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart in Whistler. I really need to get my articles sent to their publicists directly, but I digress.

Rather then again risk spending the day skiing the mountains amongst those uncultured “gapers,” Paris Hilton today worked even harder to dodge the public by doing what celebrities do best, flying in private aircraft!

Yes, Ms. Hilton booked herself quite the afternoon in Whistler via chartered helicopter. Now I know what your thinking – please tell me Paris Hilton went heli-skiing in Whistler? First, let me point out that is not cool to wish injury on people, regardless of their ridiculous spending habits. Second, I’m pretty sure Paris could rip even the gnarliest terrain B.C. heli-guides could offer. I mean did you see her amazing goggle gap? That’s hardcore my friends.

Even better proof that Ms. Hilton would slay the backcountry, comes from recent interviews where she has been dropping hints about her tomboyish ways.

Hilton said, “I love to go fishing. I love sports. I used to play ice hockey. You know, I think people only see the glamour and the parties, but when I’m at home I’m completely different.”

But alas, Paris didn’t book the chopper for heli-skiing. Merely she wanted to get to the other side of the mountain, and apparently doesn’t know about that little ‘Peak 2 Peak’ gondola that Whistler spent millions to build for just that purpose.

Paris, and I suspect her boyfriend and frozen-burrito empire heir, Doug Reinhardt, took the helicopter to access some remote snowmobiling and snow-tubing. Sounds like quite the day for Ms. Hilton. I’m sure she will have built up quite the appetite by the end of the day.

My suggestion to Ms. Hilton for tonight’s dining activities: Go to Mongolie Grill in the village, and attempt to get your name on that wall. Last time I checked you only needed to eat 10 lbs or so. Should be pretty easy to do after a day charging in the heli.