Stoneridge By Aloha Whistler

101-2050 Lake Placid Road RR 2, Whistler, British Columbia, VON 1B2, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 101-2050 Lake Placid Road RR 2, Whistler, is near Ziptrek Tours, Lost Lake, Whistler Olympic Park, and Whistler Golf Club.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Whistler

Got her heart racing ;)

A travel blog entry by pandcjs_travels on Jul 02, 2014

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... stopped in time... Then apparently I was driving recklessly.. I thought we were having fun... The curves became tighter and tighter some of the hairpins did I will admit had an advisary of 20kph.. Jeep managed at 60kph.. suspension got a good workout... brakes not as good as could have been.. The incessant chatter ceased.. I swear I could hear her teeth grinding.. ...

Part Seventeen - World Ski & Snowboard Festival

A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Apr 20, 2014

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... to enjoy the pools (hot & cold), steam room, sauna and various solariums. They recommend that you warm up for 10-15 minutes, cool off then rest for 10-15 minutes. I am not really a spa guy but I found it very relaxing and really enjoyed lounging in the solariums (basically a warm shed with comfy chairs).
After over two hours of warming, cooling and resting Jenny and I were ready to head home. A great way to relax and enjoy the warmer weather we have had of ...

Part Fifteen - A Winter Wonderland

A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Mar 13, 2014

114 photos

... falling into fresh powder is it gets everywhere! I had been skiing with my jacket open as I was so warm so I had quite a lot of snow go down my back! One way to cool down I guess! Haha.
From there I was back on my skis and sniffing out some more powder, like a true powder hound, before getting back on piste and heading home for the day. My legs were very tired as was the rest of me after a very busy week. I got back to Base-II around 1415, so six hours on the mountain, not a bad day!

Part Twelve - And the Beat Goes On

A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Jan 18, 2014

2 comments, 72 photos

... will change as I get more powder time, it certainly is a lot quieter skiing across powder.

Misunderstood the 'Singles’ line! Each gondola/chair lift has three queue entrances, ‘Ski School’, ‘Singles’ and everyone else! Recently I have been making good use of the ‘Singles’ line but have been most disappointed to find very few of the good looking girls in the queue are actually single! I think they need to ...

Two Zero One Four

A travel blog entry by stephkettle on Jan 01, 2014

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... and down! It's the longest freestanding stretch of Gondola unsupported in the world (that's what I'm told). It goes for 3.08 kilometres across the valley between Whistler and Blackcomb mountains. It's a spectacular view from that high above the clouds! When we got across to Blackcomb we made a beautiful snow man. Making a snow men is the most ridiculous task ever! If you do no have moulding or compacting tools, it is useless. So our snowman was just a very miniature but very ...