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Whistler and Sea to Sky Gondola Tour

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Your camera just might run out of memory space on this trip. Discover one dramatic landscape after another on this full-day coach tour between Vancouver and Whistler: the Sea-to-Sky highway, the Sea-to-Sky Gondola, Squamish, Whistler Village, and Brandywine Falls. From the gondola, admire Howe Sound, the Squamish River, and the coastal mountain range. Enjoy plenty of free time to wander about Squamish and partake in Whistler Village activities on your own. Round-trip transport from select locations included.
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Meg H wrote a review Jan 17
2 contributions
Bought 3 ski rentals and had to cancel 1, they refused to refund back to my original visa debit card
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Date of experience: January 2021
Avira10 wrote a review Jan 6
Calgary, Canada169 contributions64 helpful votes
The weather conditions were ok. The snow was amazing at the top but the bottom was full of rain and water. Highly recommend to plan around the weather.
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Date of experience: January 2021
Dustin S wrote a review Dec 2020
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Brought my 2 kids (10 and 8) for their first time skiing. I've only been a couple of times myself but felt confident that I could teach them the basics. The staff were helpful maintaining COVID safety and providing advice. I asked where the best spot to learn was and they directed us to Olympic Plaza on Whistler. It was a great learning area with low traffic at the time. My 8yo caught on quick and by day 2 was able to "conquer Whistler skiing from the top of the Gondola down the green runs to the bottom. Both kids had a great time. I've had lot's of fun coming to Whistler during the summer with adult friends. This was the first time doing winter and with the family. I can say it's a great place for either traveler.
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Date of experience: December 2020
Preeti M wrote a review Dec 2020
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I love the Ski School and specially my Instructor Marcel. He is an excellent teacher. I booked a 3 day beginners package and after day 1 I didn't wanted to go back. I was horrible, I was scared and had no confidence about learning ski. On Day 2 I was allotted a different instructor and I was lucky enough the group lesson converted into a private one. We took it step by step and finally at the end of Day 2 I was able to stop and turn my ski. It was wonderful doing the carpet around 10-15 times and building up confidence. Day 3 was super awesome. I learnt 'parallel skiing'. I would love to go back in Jan 2020 to complete rest of the lessons. -P
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Date of experience: December 2020
Sarah P wrote a review Dec 2020
Calgary, Canada8 contributions9 helpful votes
I like Whistler as a mountain but the waits for lifts and to get tickets was quite long, At one point over an hour and half (on the base). For us what ruined our stay was the lack of availability of seating to warm up. Everything was reservation and it was so limited (first come first serve would probably be better), I understand Covid distancing and regulations but Whistler should take a note out of some of the other resort actions and build temporary shelters for people to warm up such as sunshine or lake Louise (socially distanced). Irrelevant of the comments above this is a beautiful mountain and it’s defo worth the ride.
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Date of experience: December 2020