Executive Inn At Whistler Village
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... sliding away under your feet. I know Hannah would have absolutely nailed it and was up chilling up the top soaking up the views but I knew how difficult the way up would be with my knees and the thought of coming down was a nightmare. So I enjoyed my snack and waited in the cold but still in the sun, enjoying my surroundings. Hannah started to come down as I started my decent. Her knees were hurting she said from the constant scramble up and the falling to come down, so I ...
... to eat we ended up having a beautiful Italian dinner at our dodgy hotel! The oldies headed to bed while Cathy and Carolyn raged on at a local bar catching up on news with free wifi and a beer as we were too stingy to pay for it at our hotel! Having not expected to go to Whistler at all, we certainly didn't expect to end up having such an exhilarating day. The weather had been great up until we arrived! Regardless, we felt compelled to go to the top of Whistler ...
... not good G.F. though. Left f at 1230. Travelled next 1 1/2 hours up and down very mountainous roads but so picturesque. Went through Pemberton a quaint little town, and again so many pick up ute old busses machinery etc, and mountains either side alway with a beautiful stream or river running through the centre. We arrived in Whistler (Pop. 1700) just before 1500 and we were dropped of in the main part of the town and were picked up at 1550 after having a look ...
... too hot!! I think it was about-8 today! The drivers give the dogs a short rest several times during the ride, some of the dogs roll and stretch out in the snow to cool off! Another Dog preferred to eat the young branches on the trees. The driver helped us get in the sled and covered us both with a sleeping bag to keep us warm. Half way through the tour we stopped and went for a short walk in the fresh snow to look at a trappers cabin. We went back to ...
... Shout is a different run to what I am used to, it’s almost like a mini terrain park with some jumps and walls. Upper Ridge Runner is still my favourite run, at the moment. You can maintain a good pace and literally fly off some of the rolling rises that go up and down on a section of the run. As I did the run over and over my speed went up and up and my jumps went further and further. Flying through the air on skis is GREAT fun.
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