Pemberton Hotel

Address: 7423 Frontier Street, Pemberton, British Columbia, V0N 2L0, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 7423 Frontier Street, Pemberton, is near Nairn Falls Provincial Park and Big Sky Golf and Country Club.
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Travel Blogs from Pemberton

Sunshine and lollipops

A travel blog entry by stephkettle on Jun 13, 2014

19 photos

... as a server at the restaurant but will continue that after I come back from the Stampede. Stampede starts shortly and I'll be heading to Calgary again next week for that. Oh boy has that come around quickly! I'm heading to Calgary in my new whip! I bought a Van! It's a soccer mum van but it certainly does the trick! Will eventually deck it out to sleep in but for now it is used to take the kids (friends) everywhere. We used it to take it camping for the second trip and ...

Signal Hill Elementary (Day 2), then onto Lillooet

A travel blog entry by tylerherrington on Apr 23, 2014

3 comments, 21 photos

... Machine whose end goal was to deposit a ping pong ball in a styrofoam cup.

After visiting twenty classes over two days at Signal Hill Elementary, Giselle and I had become instant celebrities amongst the town, as we kept running into students and school staff everywhere we went in Pemberton. The kids were especially excited to tell their parents about the visits!

After concluding our sessions at Signal ...

Part Fifteen - A Winter Wonderland

A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Mar 13, 2014

114 photos

... previous exploration, and had a great time. Powder is quite difficult to turn in and also it is very slow, more resistance. This requires you to straight line more, to maintain momentum. Providing you maintain a decent speed, I think over 8mph, then you glide across the top of the powder. The feeling is great, you lean back and skim across the powdery surface, floating on what feels like a bed of air with nothing but the silence of the wind rushing past you!


Part Ten - Welcome to 2014

A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Jan 01, 2014

29 photos

... and had a very enjoyable afternoon skiing all together on Blackcomb Mountain. We took a GPS device with us so I can tell you that we covered over 10km in distance and over 3,000 vertical meters

We rounded off our anniversary at a bar with a few cocktails before food shopping and heading home for a delicious home-made curry.

So all that remains to be said is HAPPY NEW YEAR and Welcome to 2014! May it be a good year for you ...

Part Three - Living in the Mountains

A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Nov 03, 2013

25 photos

... no head torches or reflective clothing on. We arrived home and I checked my emails as I was expecting a result of my job interview from the previous day. It was not good news!

I had mixed feelings after the interview, in parts I thought I did really well and then in parts I thought I could have done better. With interviews it is a bit like penalties in football. You can practice and practice but you only really know how well you can take a spot ...