Inn at Clifftop Lane
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... family from Seattle in the Gondola. The mum said she had been out running this morning and came face to face with a bear! She said she tried to stay calm, they both eyed each other off and then he continued to walk past! Incredible! At the Roundhouse at the top of the gondola were a LOT of Asians all wearing the same red parka. We found out that there were almost 1,000 of them from Hong Kong brought over by Prudential.Although the free guided walks ...
... Luckily enough it stopped near some shrubs and managed to stay there. I had a strong eye on that bear but I also had to ensure that the dog didn't go crazy over the bear either. A few days later I had a closer encounter when I was walking the dog. I was walking my usual trail and I looked into the trees and saw 2 big black bears watching me. I became startled and slowly walked backwards. One bear ran further into the trees and the other just kept a close eye on me. The dog didn't seem ...
... Falls Creek seem so very very tiny all though with the number of Aussies here we could be in Australia. After a thunderstorm the previous evening (we just make it back to our condo in time) Friday dawns somewhat cloudy. The search for the elusive beaver tail is on as is a trip up the Whistler Mountain Gondola. The Peak express chairlift then takes us right to the top where we amongst the clouds. The High Note trail is renowned for ...
... day clear
panoramic views 360 degrees. What a place..!! The weather is pleasing and the
mountain is smooth. I sat at the top taking in the breathless views. The view
was breathtaking, blue skies and snowy mountains all around with kilometres of
forests at the bottom.
I stepped up to the start of the slope. The cold air was making my nose
freeze. Here I go.
Just got to the bottom that was amazing and ...
... or zips on our pockets to take our own photos but thankfully one of the staff took a couple of photos.
In between each zipline our guides told us information about the forrest as we walked over suspension bridges, arial bridges and looked over the many observation platforms.
We had a blast on the ziplines and would recommend it to anyone who gets the opportunity to do it.
After the zipling we went on the gondola up the mountain. It took about ...