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Travel Blogs from Whistler
Drove up to Whistler yesterday -beautiful drive up the mountains but a pretty hot day. Met with Danny-Carol and Bruce's son who lives up here in Whistler. Like anyone we met up here-they came, they loved and they stayed in Whistler. It was fairly humming! There was a mountain bike Spectacular called Crankworx-spondsored by Budweiser Light. When it' …
Mbrom stayed here on Aug 8, 2013 during their trip titled: Mbrom's Great Adventure to Canada.
A drive around the area took in:
The highlight of the day was the sighting of a mother black bear and her two cubs feeding beside the road, which provided some magic moments until the police arrived to say it was illegal to stop there.
Cache Creek offers two gas stations, some restaurants, most of which seem to be closed, and a number of lodges, while Highway 1 passes right through the middle of it all.
The escape from this wasteland was North and then along Route 99 to Whistler. Passing through Indian Reserved Lands, this was a road of mild valleys, barren uplands, and …
... Aside from some awesome smooth runs, we found some cool chutes, drop ins and moguls to make things interesting. In the afternoon we met up with Shawnee Westerman (a friend from NZ who is ski instructing over here this winter), and charged some of Whistler's most demanding terrain - Mum left us to it. We found some fun glades, wide open bowls and tough moguls on the Peak and Symphony Chairs. Though there wasn't much powder, the snow was pretty damn ...