Raintree's Whiski Jack Snowbird
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Breakfast at the magnificent Wildflower restaurant, then our golfing adventure takes us to Nicklaus North Golf Course. Your surroundings today include a brilliant emerald-coloured lake, majestic fir trees and fresh, invigorating ...
... A warm shower was awaiting us at home, then we headed out to Creekbread for some pizza and to meet up with Hannah's friend Rose. Rose and I had established that we had indeed met each other somewhere along the line. So we had some delicious pizza and a drink and chatted for a while. After we finished, we wanted to do something with the night but not head out. So we collected Jess, went and got camp out/sleepover supplies and we managed to go to Jess's free apartment. She got ...
... we had to drive on. But at least we saw a bear AND got a photo. We stopped for lunch at Mungo Lake ... At the Northern Rockies Lodge. I had a bowl of homemade tomato soup with a huge salad and Kev had a chicken burger. The lady serving us was lovely and chatted about her trip to Australia in 2013 and had even stayed in Mandurah. We wandered around the lodge and looked at the cabins. This place would be gorgeous to stay at year round as they have ski slopes nearby. The ...
My alarm rings at 7:00am in the morning. I cannot begin to explain how excited I am to snowboard today. Last night it snowed all night so I'm going to try get onto the first lift. First lift means I will be one of the first people on the mountain and will have all the fresh powder to myself. I have just got dressed and about to leave my hotel, grab a coffee and head off.
It is lunch ...
... bike tracks. These tracks are super popular. The track at Whistler is rated one of the best in the world. We were waiting for someone to stack it... no luck.
We had organised to go ziplining in the afternoon with the company Ziptrek.
We did 5 different ziplines all differing in length and speed. We got up to over 100kms. The views were phenominal. Views you wouldn't get by going on a hike.
Sadly we didn't have a small enough camera to carry ...