Sun Peaks Lodge
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Spacious rooms and very hospitable enjoyable accommodation. We found our rooms hot because of unseasonal heat wave though.
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After a divine breakfast, we set out for a long day of travel over windy mountainous roads … and that was so!! Our journey was to take us from Whistler to Lillooet for a lunch stop. We left
brilliant green vegetation and trademark pines everywhere, with snow-capped tall mountains.
Following through the valleys and …
... far up.
After a lot of waiting, we were finally able to access our skis and we had a great day out on the snow. There was no bad weather evident, so I'm surprised that the power was suddenly cut off. We skied all over the mountain, stopping only for our daily hot chocolate.
By the time we came back to our place, the power was back on and we were able to warm ourselves up ...
... matches and flask with a bit of 12 year old
Macallan. Add to that the clothing with no natural fibers. A Day hike
here regardless of the season requires rain clothes, snow clothes and
those pants with the zip off pants. I am far from a fashion maven but
even I know those should be banned.And how do we get to the
outdoors? via a Subaru Outback or Toyota Forerunner. Any similar 4
wheel drive is fine since it isn't actually what you drive but ...
... of Fraser River and was named by Simon Fraser because it reminded him of the gates of hell, at times double the amount of naiagra falls surges through. We see lots of bald eagles and osprey nests along the way, a few big horn sheep which resemble goats and Brian was very excited to spot deer as well. Lush greenery like nz to start with, then baron desert, really interesting landscape. Brian wants me to tell you about the trains.....on the other track there were 7 ...
... around the edges of the lake.
After a tip off at lunch we made a special stop off to see salmon in the Fraser River near Valemount where they had come to spawn - this is the upper limit for salmon, 800 miles up river. These were obviously some of the 2% that make it back to spawn. Shallow fast flowing water that they have to swim against with lots of ...