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... shop for a light breakfast and joined up with the group leader Jaye ready for adventure. A quick bus ride and we were at the entry to the tree top adventure. The walk was also criss crossed by a zip line track so we heard the screams and cheers of the zip liners as they criss crossed overhead. We were high among the treetop above the forest floor and trekked through a spectacular network of suspension bridges, suspended stairways, boardwalks and trails on our TreeTrek ...
... the campsite and now he was down here being strange. So we left and not exploring and we would come back later at night for another dip. We took a set of stairs up and followed this path where we thought maybe lead to more hot springs as the signage was all about keeping everything in order for the native spirits and not drinking or anything at these springs. So we followed the path through this beautiful rainforest which had little bridges and everything for crossing the streams. ...
... to get to the top of Whistler Mountain. Once at the top we went on the Peak 2 Peak Gondola. This gondola ran across the valley between Blackcomb and Whistler mountains.
The cable is the longest and highest unsupported gondola in the world (4.4km, 1,427ft above the valley floor). It only took 11 minutes to get from one end to the other.
We couldn't believe how it was possible to have such a long cable without any support hold up with lots ...
... and gear is $850 a day... includes helicopter..
There is even skiing at this time of year,, as long as you are dropped on the snow from a chopper.
Canoeing is promoted as an eco activity.. but you need a guide... to paddle on a lake..
There is Bear expeditions... six people jammed in a jeep which drives up and down the bitumen..
Cost being $119 plus tax per head..
We have escaped!! A friend from Snow School kindly lent us her car whilst she went on holiday and we decided to escape the bubble and visit Pemberton. There were two reasons for this, one to visit Pemberton and two to try out the car on a longer drive as we might decide to buy it.
The drive to Pemberton is around 35km and takes about 30 minutes along a two lane highway, crossing ...