Aspens on Blackcomb Managed By ResortQuest Whistler
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... was quite miserable in that little cabin by then. The walk in the morning really was lovely, the moon was incredibly bright and as we walked the sun began to rise behind us and the sky became a lovely pink color over the mountains. We cruised on the walk home, making it back down to the village in only three hours, well three hours and ten minutes to be exact.
We were tired, we were dirty, we were hungry, and we were incredibly happy.
... had I not had my bike attachment. It was pretty steep on both sides...like a hammock shape. The trails on the other side were much too steep for me so I passed on going any further than the scenic overlook just on the other side of the suspension bridge. The weather was crystal clear, bright and sunny and the views were great. We had a little snack at a restaurant at the top then came back down. We drove around Squamish but there is very little excitement there so went back to our ...
... that we got there well before the gondola started running and had a long old wait at the bottom. By the time it opened a huge queue lined up behind us. We were in the first gondola going up the hill. It takes the best part of twenty five minute to reach the first landing point. From here two other gondolas run, one more heading up the mountain to the summit, and the other being the Peak 2 Peak gondola, the longest and highest gondola in the ...
... Our mission was to visit the newly opened Sea to Sky Gondola just south of Squamish. It was new for Mindy and Ian as well. A smooth gondola ride took us from the Basecamp at 115 feet above sea level straight up the side of the mountain on a 12 minute ride to the Summit Plaza some 2 900 feet above sea level. On the glide up and down the 6 300 foot length of the Gondola we were treated to spectacular views over Squamish, the inlet, the logging operations ...all the ...
Unfortunately Dad had to return home today due to work, and hadn't had many days of great skiing due to a lack of snow and poor visibility. However, we did manage to book into 21 Steps last night for dinner which was a much better meal with a nicer more chilled atmosphere, which was a great way to spend the last night ...