Powders Edge

Whistler, British Columbia, V0N1B4, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Whistler, is near Ziptrek Tours, Lost Lake, Whistler Golf Club, and Avello Spa & Health Club.
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Travel Blogs from Whistler


A travel blog entry by louiseandblake on Jul 18, 2014

26 photos

... running along it constantly. And it only took 2 years to build!
This was a spectacular ride with unparalleled views of Whistlers ski village, the valley and river below.

It was pretty chilly on both mountains with snow still hanging around. We had a quick look before quickly making our way back to the warmth of the gondola.
We made the descent back down before checking into our hotel for the night.
After we had settled in we headed out ...

Victoria to Whistler

A travel blog entry by jbwatson on May 08, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... on buildings giving an insight into the past history. Board the ferry in Nanaimo, going to Horseshoe Bay and cross to the Mainland. Continue by Coach now along the Sea to Sky Highway, one of Canada's most spectacular drives. Arrived at the Ski Resort of ...

Part Eighteen - End of Season and End of Work

A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Apr 23, 2014

52 photos

... Rhian had a good quality DSLR and got some amazing shots. The bear looked so comfortable and lazy and wasn’t phased by us at all! Whistler bears have become quite used to seeing humans and don’t see us as a threat. A bear elsewhere in Canada would be more likely to feel threatened by a human and take steps to scare us away. We did decide to move on quickly as soon as the bear once again raised his head and looked at us though! It was a very ...

Part Fourteen - Whistler, Whistler, Whistler

A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Feb 13, 2014

116 photos

... making things and I hope you like them. Who knows how many more I will make, or what I will make next.

The race is a team event and takes place over two days. The race is over a considerable distance, 5km so to finish is a feat in itself! The average GS race has 35 gates and a vertical drop of 250 metres. The Peak to Valley race has a vertical drop of 1,443 metres, with 180 gates and a course that's over 5 km long. ...

Just a little snow, but a lot of sun!

A travel blog entry by tstuart102 on Jan 21, 2014

23 photos

... 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 ...