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Vancouver Super Saver: City Sightseeing Tour plus Whistler Day Trip
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Vancouver Super Saver: City Sightseeing Tour plus Whistler Day Trip

Combine Vancouver’s top sights with a Whistler day trip in a money-saving booking that stretches your budget to cover even more. From Stanley Park to Gastown, you’ll check out Vancouver’s most iconic areas, then ride to the panoramic observation deck at the Vancouver Lookout. The Whistler excursion includes Shannon Falls Provincial Park, the Sea to Sky Gondola, plus free time to check out Whistler village.
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timwoodburn wrote a review Dec 2017
Vancouver, Canada11 contributions1 helpful vote
What a great first experience XC skate skiing! Our instructor Bill took the time to ground us in the fundimantals in the short period of time we had together. He was professional, positive and productive with us. We didn't rock our first lap without him but we are well on our way. Our only advice to the facility is to provide a cash machine or another way to tip the instructors since we don't carry cash. Bill helped make our day in the Callaghan.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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Pepper wrote a review Apr 2017
Seattle, Washington1,591 contributions504 helpful votes
We had a marvelous time- first weekend in April and still lots of great snow. The 15K universal loop is gentle enough for a timid skier and interesting enough for more capable people- so you can all go together! It was silent and beautiful- and the dogs on the trail were- for the most part- well behaved ( I do wish everyone would keep their dogs out of the tracks though..). This is gorgeous country and all kinds of interesting trails to try out. Just about a fifteen ,minute drive from Whistler-- its where they have the sled dogs ( in season) as well...
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Date of experience: April 2017
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Andrew A wrote a review Mar 2017
Markham, Canada83 contributions22 helpful votes
I would say it is a once in a lifetime experience. Our kids had a 3 day ski camp, which was awesome. They put them in the perfect level and the slopes were challenging and fun at the same time. The view from the mountain was incredible. I would certainly recommend for any skiers of any level.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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Rob M wrote a review Jan 2017
Vancouver, Canada122 contributions37 helpful votes
Easy access, efficient rental service with nice lodge to eat lunch. Lots diversity in the trail network
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Date of experience: January 2017
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Ana G wrote a review Mar 2016
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I went snowshoeing and did two trails that make one big loop: "real life" and "fingerlakes". Trail conditions weren't optimal because the snow was very slushy and slippery. We couldn't find the start of the fingerlakes trail so we opted for doing the real life first. This is a super easy trail, looks more like a wide road. It's easy except the first kilometer is all uphill. It doesn't have much of a view but still very enjoyable. Fingerlakes is beautiful and a real trail between old growth cedars and a few gorgeous lakes. The only problem was that because we are late in the season much of the snow had degraded and was very slippery. We came across a bridge ( really just a log about of the size of one snowshoe accros), unfortunately it was very slippery leading to the log and I fell into the water. Thankfully I had a change of clothes as I still had two more hours of trail to do. Once I advised the staff of the state of the trail they decided to close it immediately. They were very nice but one of the staff mentioned that another coworker had already mentioned that particular beige to be bad, which made me question why they had not closed it before. That being said it's a beautiful place to go snowshoeing and skyinng and I'll definitely return.
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Date of experience: March 2016
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