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Some Interesting Things To Do In Whistler

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Consistently voted the Best North American Ski Resort," Whistler-Blackcomb is climbing in the ranks as best ski resort in the world.

Whistler is a world famous ski destination in the province of British Columbia in North America. It is a very popular travellers who seek outdoor winter fun and want some of the best conditions in the world for skiing and snowboarding. This beautiful ski resort receives lots of snow in winters with temperature ranging from 0 degrees during the day, to-7 degrees at night. It snows here from Dec to April and then summer sets in, but nights continue to remain cool. Although Whistler is spread across the valley, but real action is in villages that have been built around the base of gondolas. There are several restaurants, Whistler villas, shops and bars around the village. The best way to move around is on foot. There is wide network of trails and walkways that links the golf courses with the Whistler village. There are many transportation options for getting to and from Vancouver to Whistler whether you are coming from Vancouver Airport or the city itself. There are many exciting things to see and do in Whistler, and whether or not you are a sport enthusiast you can still enjoy the mountains as you get spectacular views from the top of the many ranges in the area. You can take Gondola rides any time as they run daily and offer a relaxing way to enjoy the scenery. Brandywine Fallsis a 70 meter waterfall located at provincial park and subsequent canyon all along the Brandywine Creek is worth a visit. You just have to walk for 10 minutes from the parking lot to view platform. Whistler-Blackcomb is the heart of the action. At a vertical drop exceeding 1,400 meters, it is the biggest ski resort in North America. There are 37 lifts that service more than 200 runs on these two mountains. The terrain in this area ranges from the beginner areas to trees and chutes to bowls with heaps of untouched powder from fresh snowfall. There are four terrain parks, a super pipe, and a snow cross track for those who love freestyle things. No matter what activities you plan on doing while you visit, you need to get there affordably and comfortably. One of the most popular options is to shuttle or bus Vancouver to Whistler. This lets you save some money while enjoying the scenery along the way!

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