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Whistler, Skiing & Snowboarding
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Having considered a weekend getaway milling about Seattle or relaxing on Galiano Island, learning that Whistler
has now completed it's annual metamorphasis into a winter wonderland sealed the deal.
is calming. Snow slows one down. Snow makes regular dirty old things
appear pristine and pretty. Whistler is built for nice times in the
snow. And that is what we had. Take this shot of Alta Lake
as evidence. Beat that Seattle!
was so happy to have found a quality, non-pretenious, non-chain and
visa-light tapas restaurant. So delighted I'm not telling you it's
name - you can earn it by exploring tapas haunts
in Whistler online.
There are awesome overnight deals to be had in Whistler. We had a central studio with full kitchen for $89 at the Whistler Inn & Suites
that I found on HelloBC.com. With about 2 feet of snow having
collected at Village level, the mountain is well and truely ready to be
conquered by ski or board
you go, make sure you take a walk around Lost Lake where you can spot
cute lake otters appearing out of the ice to hang out and eat their
freshly caught fish.