Clock Tower

Address: 4341 Village Lane, Whistler, British Columbia, V0N 1B4, Canada | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 4341 Village Lane, Whistler, is near Whistler Mountain, The Great Wall Underground, and Harmony Lake Trail.
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      Travel Blogs from Whistler

      It's nearly time for that white stuff.... Nearly!

      A travel blog entry by stephkettle on Oct 16, 2014

      53 photos

      ... into town for a gander. My goodness. Radium Hot Springs is a creepy town!! So creepy! It's like an old rundown tourist town or something. All the hotels and whatever restaurants are just on this one rundown strip. So we got coffee and got out of there! We all got weird vibes from this place. The only one cool thing was this massive tree/cubby house on the Main Street. It's like the scene out of a movie when our car all of a sudden stops then all the creepy people from town come out ...

      Rain Rain Go Away

      A travel blog entry by abitempany on Sep 23, 2014

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... just feel it. Even though it's raining and cold. With all this mountain air one gets a very healthy appetite. Dinner was at The Spaghetti Factory. It reminds me of Fasta Pasta, nice meals at good prices. The money is starting to run a little low so we have to be careful. Rain again this morning. Now I know how those poor folks feel when they get to Cairns and it's raining. There is nothing to do. Breakfast is included in this hotel which is a bonus. Every time we eat it's $30 $40 ...

      Bungee!

      A travel blog entry by sarahlamb1983 on Jul 29, 2014

      ... view of the vally! and they were certainly less bothered by the movement... For them a massive achievement We headed back to the holiday house and once safely in the truck and away from the bridge Sarah mentioned it had looked fun!, we then decided that wasn't enough adrenalin for the day and headed to the zip lining course unfortunately no good for Harrison but luckily for Sarah Stuarts aversion to heights was not totally gone so he was happy to say with Harrison n play ...

      Whistler to Blue River

      A travel blog entry by jbwatson on May 09, 2014

      4 comments, 6 photos

      ... show the different faces, colours and fractures of this precious stone, formed 15 miles below the earths surface. First Nation people made the tracks first, following their tracks with the roads. Only one tepee was sited. Easy to move....poles, covered by animal skins. Pemberton on the other side of the mountain is in a micro climate. Here they grow Idaho Potatoes for seed. An excellent variety for chips. We arrived early evening and were to have a ...

      English Bay, Vancouver

      A travel blog entry by jill.cycle on Mar 05, 2014

      9 photos

      ... be part of the show and actually feed the whale! I was able to stroke the top of her head ( was soft and spongy) , then got to feed her some fish. It was all over in 5 minutes but such an unforgettable experience.I did not stop grinning all afternoon! The aquarium supports marine mammal rescue, so it is well worth a visit. Stanley park is really quite big so I did not get to see a lot of it but what I did see was great. I found the totem poles which I really did want to ...