Pemberton Valley Lodge

Address: 1490 Sea to Sky Highway (Portage Road), Pemberton, British Columbia, V0N 2L1, Canada | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1490 Sea to Sky Highway (Portage Road), Pemberton, is near Nairn Falls Provincial Park and Big Sky Golf and Country Club.
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      Travel Blogs from Pemberton

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

      A travel blog entry by stephkettle on Oct 16, 2014

      53 photos

      ... a few more days off the following week... I had a friend's band playing in Victoria on Friday night so I marked a few days off work and headed over for a few nights. I took 2 of the boys who are good friends with the singer along from Whistler as I had the necessary mode of transport. Evan who I work with at Dominoes and I got Matts details from Bry who suggested to hitch a ride with me. So collected the boys early morning on Friday and drove to Horseshoe Bay to catch the ferry. ...

      Signal Hill Elementary (Day 2), then onto Lillooet

      A travel blog entry by tylerherrington on Apr 23, 2014

      3 comments, 21 photos

      ... for the Ping Pong Balls, and the start line! Students had to work in groups to design a contraption which would allow them to deposit a ping pong ball in a styrofoam cup, while their feet had to remain behind a line (placed approximately 4 feet from the cups).

      The combined group of grade 4s and 5s in the final block had a number of creative solutions to the Rube Goldberg Challenge, which required the students to create a ...

      Part Fifteen - A Winter Wonderland

      A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Mar 13, 2014

      114 photos

      ... snow guilt! Every day I am not working I feel I MUST go skiing and if I do not I get very strong feelings of guilt! It is a problem I am willing to live with but after a busy week at work followed by four busy days skiing I am ready for a day of rest!

      The BIG fear – Jenny’s office is full of injured instructors at the moment. This is because when they injure themselves whilst working and cannot teach, the mountain tries to find them ...

      Two Zero One Four

      A travel blog entry by stephkettle on Jan 01, 2014

      7 photos

      ... a successful day! Came back with 15 of my 25 resumes, 6 application forms, one trial shift for Saturday and the request to work that night. Hmmmm working on New Years Eve - really? I'm not that desperate yet for work! But I will hopefully get an offer from that restaurant by Friday :) fingers crossed! It's a sushi/ tapas kind of place and it's soooo good! So New Year's Eve - here's my story! Started the night by drinking in the hostel as many planned for pre drinks... By 9.30ish ...

      Part Four - Working & Playing in Whistler

      A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Nov 12, 2013

      54 photos

      ... party is held for the volunteers and any opened but unused wine is provided to us to drink. I don’t drink wine so luckily for me there was some beer. As well as lots of wine there was a buffet dinner, a prize draw and prizes for some of the volunteers.

      Jenny and I, plus four other people, had our names called out and we each got $40 of vouchers for a local restaurant and a bottle of wine! We were bestowed this honour as we had volunteered so ...