Edgewater Lodge & Restaurant
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... at Splitz burger, this was a good burger and rivals the Ferg burger of Queenstown and the Burger Joint of Bristol! We saw the Olympic Rings and had to have a pic. It was so weird being in Whistler for snowboarding when it was warmer than any other place we have left and no snow on the ground in the village...O-oh, what was the mountain going to be like, first day tomorrow so we'll have to wait and ...
... year the population of bears grows, the town gets better with controlling the garbage (not necessarily houses though) then the issue grows as the Bears get more and more desperate. It's not unheard of that the Bears will break car windows or break into a house if they can smell the food. Not too long has passed since my last road trip but it seems to become a more common occurrence now. My cousin Hannah was coming to visit so no better excuse really to get a week off work and ...
... in the little village but once we found the train tracks the kids were more than happy chugging along. They pretended to be trains and frequently sat on the side of the tracks to "recharge". Having to carry Ashton before this point it was great that he was happy to walk with the others.
Decades ago a train derailed south of Whistler, ...
... look with short walks to bear feeding sites and bear family daybeds, and wander through old growth forests where bears have hibernated through many winters.
There experienced and qualified team of guides boasts a wealth of knowledge of Whistler's flora and fauna. I saw so many bears the tour was well worth the $189 fee. After the tour ended I went to diner. I went to the mountain restaurant. From ...
... lovely sights and photos from the open air carriage (sides not roof). Did the peak to peak gondola ride for the experience regardless of the weather although was difficult to see much, in fact anything from the top, but fog had lifted from the village by the time we came down again. Quick jaunt around the village then back to the train for the trip ...