Aspens on Blackcomb Managed By ResortQuest Whistler
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... just ended in the same result as me. Still on the first rock. I mean it was great to kill a little time before it got dark but doesn't do much for your confidence. We felt a little deflated not being able to achieve a simple run across a log to a rock. A. The log was pretty thin but super bouncy B. It was very windy. So yes, we failed. We got cleaned up and met up with Kylie for dinner. We walked down the main street and picked out a Ribs and Steak place to have a drink and feed. ...
... given a quick instructions
and got our harnesses ready. I was very cold with minimal visibility over the Zip
line. The group all hoped into the line waiting for the staff to show us what
to do. I was first up and I was shown how to put my Dino clip in. I am set to
That was incredible, the view was amazing I couldn’t see much because it
was snowing it ...
... was too cold. Harrison had great fun splashing around the pool and getting both Sarah and Stuart wet. Stu's sunburnt feet made getting in both the heat and the cold difficult!! Sarah was very sympathetic as always! After the swimming pool we tried to catch up with the rest of the group who had headed off to whistler village. Steph told us it was a 2 'klick!' walk to the village. She was concerned it might be a bit far with the pram but we thought 2klicks!, ...
... food and drink was their victory winnings. I personally warmed my cold war with hot chocolate every midday. With the weather warming up, the skiing conditions were representative of true spring skiing. Early mornings froze the groomed runs to rock-hard granite slabs, the early afternoon's carvings of other skiers softened the snow to course sand which was easier to manage turns but the late afternoon heat changed the conditions to slushy thick ...
Today Cailin and I went out with ' Canadian Wilderness Tours' to go Dog sledding. We were driven 20 minutes south of Whistler to the Callaghan Valley. Once we arrived we had to help get the dogs organised. They have specific dogs in the lead and stronger ones on the back. As the start of the ride got nearer you could see that the dogs were ready to go starting to strain at the harness,and lots of barking. Incredibly they are all part husky as pure bred ...