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A 3 Day Sea To Sky, BC Mountain Bike Adventure

A 3 Day Sea To Sky, BC Mountain Bike Adventure

If you own a mountain bike, chances are you’ve heard of the riding in British Columbia. It’s legendary for good reason. But the fact that there’s a lifetime’s worth of riding in such a small area makes it hard to plan a shorter trip there. So what’s the ultimate three-day crash course, the riding that you just can’t miss? We’ve “sacrificed” a bunch of our own precious personal time testing and riding BC’s best trails,…

The Pangea Pod Hotel In Whistler

A Tiny Room & Big Value at Whistler’s Pangea Pod Hotel

Whistler's Pangea Pod Hotel is the first pod hotel in Canada to open. Its tiny pods are chic, well designed and big on value. The Pangea Pod Hotel is about half the price of a conventional hotel in Whistler and a giant step up from what you'd get in a hostel. With its prime location in Whistler Village just minutes away from the gondola, it's likely that the pod hotel will cause some commotion in the hotel…

Dramatic Lighting Over Revelstoke

Driving Vancouver to Calgary: 10 Stops Along the Way

Driving from Vancouver to Calgary is a 10 - 11 hour, 1,000 kilometre road-trip if you stick to the Trans-Canada Highway. But you could easily spend a week stopping at small towns along the way and taking advantage of all the hiking, biking and adventurous activities.  If you're not in a rush and you want to maximize the scenic factor then consider driving from Vancouver to Calgary via Whistler and the Sea to Sky Highway…

A View Of Squamish And Stawamus Chief - About 15 Minutes Into The Hike

Stops to Make on the Sea to Sky Highway in BC

The Sea to Sky Highway, aka Highway 99, is an incredibly scenic, cliff-hugging road that takes you from West Vancouver to Pemberton, via Whistler home of the 2010 Winter Olympics. After three plus years of highway improvements including the addition of lanes and wider shoulders, both drivers and bikers can now navigate the road with some degree of safety all the way through to Whistler. The Sea to Sky Highway is an awe-inspiring drive at…

Beautiful Mountain Scenery On The Hikes Off The Top Of The Gondola

What’s the Better Place to Visit – Whistler or Banff?

I've been asked the question numerous times. What's the better place to visit - Whistler or Banff? It depends on what you're looking for is my answer as they are very different despite both being mountain towns. I've read on forums that if you've been to one you don't need to visit the other as they're so similar. I disagree. Both towns have their own unique personalities. And as someone who has lived within 75 minutes…

Camping The Night Before At Garibaldi Lake Is An Option

Hiking to Garibaldi Lake, British Columbia

Hiking to Garibaldi Lake in Garibaldi Provincial Park, near Whistler, BC is a very popular weekend activity. It's one of the classic hikes in the area. All told it's 18 km round trip with a 890 metre elevation gain. Many people backpack in to use the campsite at Garibaldi Lake. It's a great staging area for further hikes of the Black Tusk and Panorama Ridge. Hiking to Garibaldi Lake seems to get more popular every…

An Airy Walk On The Skybridge In Whistler

36 Hours in Whistler – in the Summer

What's the first thing you think of when you hear about Whistler? The 2010 Winter Olympics? Skiing on one of the biggest mountains in North America? Snowboarding? Have you heard ANYTHING about what a great place Whistler is to visit in summer? Well its time you did. It's a spectacular place and there really is something for everyone. If you're visiting Vancouver and you want a taste of the mountain life, 36 hours in Whistler will…

View Of Downtown Vancouver From The Spanish Banks

Sightseeing in Vancouver: 30 Great Things To Do

If you're planning on sightseeing in Vancouver then these 30 activities will keep you busy for days. How often have you had visitors and wondered what in the world you were going to do with them short of sitting staring at each other across the living room?? Fortunately in Vancouver there's a great deal to do to keep even the most jaded visitor and host happy, especially in the summer. The best time to go…

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