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Australian travel blogger Michael Turtle visits Whistler for 48 hours and shows all the cool things you can pack into four days. We think you should stay longer, but if you only have two days you can still have a good time!
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In 2010, the world was introduced to the natural beauty inherent to British Columbia. The cascading slopes of Whistler Blackcomb played host to a variety of Olympic events and continue to attract visitors from across the globe. Resting just 125 kms north of Vancouver, Whistler is every alpine enthusiasts dream. The two full mountain ranges provide an unparalleled stretch of skiable terrain and a bevy of other outlets for your next outdoor adventure. The Mountain Whistler Blackcomb is the largest ski resort in North America. This means that we could spend an entire season on the slopes and still not have them conquered. The endless terrain is serviced by 37 lifts that carry you up the mountains and into the sky. The twin summits are connected by the majestic Peak2Peak Gondola. The view from up there showcases the majesty of the entire area. The Apres The après-ski is a culture unto its own in the Whistler village. When the sun goes down, the village comes alive. The locals offer an array of culinary options, and an ambiance to host a broad spectrum of tastes. Sometimes, we feel like cozying up to a warm fire to relive the magic of the day, and other times, we feel like paying homage to Bacchus on the dance floor in one of the village’s electric nightclubs. Beyond the Boots Even if skiing isn’t your thing, Whistler is still the place to get your adrenaline fix. Whistler offers everything from snowmobiling to zip lining. We all remember Jon Montgomery’s celebratory pitcher at the base of the skeleton track, otherwise known as the most Canadian moment ever. Having the chance to slide down this terrifying gauntlet gave us a new appreciation for this moment, and the chance to feel like a champion for the day. The #BCAdventureProject is fueled by Vancouver video production company Moves Media and powered by the following partners: Whistler Blackcomb – North Americas Largest Ski Resort Tourism Whistler – Stay longer and save more with Stay & Ski Packages Comor Sports – BC’s best ski, snowboard, and bike shops SnowBus – Love the Ride Follow @movesmedia on Instagram for updates on their next #BCAdventureProject adventure.
San Francisco, everyone’s favorite city, is located at the tip of a peninsula between the San Francisco Bay and the Pacific coast. A compact city of steep rolling hills surrounded on three sides by water, San Francisco is renowned for its summer fogs, Victorian architecture, cable cars and beautiful vistas. Just remember: Don’t call it Frisco and do bring warm clothing. The famous quote “The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco” isn’t from Mark Twain but it is a pretty accurate statement of San Francisco’s weather. An overview of the top tourist attractions in San Francisco.
The second part of my Canadian adventure is now live! This video is all about the road trip from Vancouver to Whistler, driving on the beautiful Sea to Sky Highway. We did a few stops on the way, stopping at the Stawamus Chief Provincial Park for a the First Peak Hike and to check out Shannon Falls. The view is incredible, check out the video for full footage! We then also stopped at Brandywine Falls before reaching Whistler. Check out the blog post for more information and photos: http://gretastravels.com/sea-to-sky-roadtrip-whistler/ SUBSCRIBE if you want to travel more! TRAVEL WITH ME ALSO ON: INSTAGRAM for daily photos: https://www.instagram.com/gretastravels/ FACEBOOK for travel updates and tips: https://www.facebook.com/gretatravels/ BLOG for a one stop shop to all my videos, photos and top advice: http://gretastravels.com FAQ: What gear do you use to take your videos? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w259MlP30hU How can you travel so much? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w_SrxJX0Ya4&t=7s Animated intro by RaeRae: www.raeraeanimations.co.uk MUSIC: Cityboy (Instrumental Version) by Epidemic Sound
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