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Whistler, British Columbia, Canada
July 13 - 14, 2015

Welcome to Whistler sign

Whistler flag

Whistler Village: The Village is the central neighborhood of the town of Whistler, located at the base of both Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. It is divided into several areas - the Village, Village North and Upper Village. All the areas are connected by the paved, pedestrian-only Village Stroll.

Crrekside Village sign

Whistler Village sign

Below: The world-famous Whistler Mountain Bike Park. All levels and abilities catered for with three mountain zones, green trails, technical double blacks, jump trails and more.

bicycle course

bicycle course

bicycle course bicycle course

Bikes are able to upload on the Creekside Gondola. Intermediate and Advanced riders can upload to Raven’s Nest and enter the Garbanzo Zone trails from there. Riders will be able to download on the Creekside Gondola or ride out to Creekside on the new Expert level route called Dusty’s Downhill, which descends Franz’s ski trail and the existing fire road network on the south side of Whistler Mountain.

A second trail - existing single track valley classic “BC’s Trail” (Black Diamond) will also be accessible via the fire road. Trails inside the boundary will be inspected and swept by Bike Patrol daily. Access will be limited to bike park riders only.

Below: People and their bikes going up Blackcomb Mountain on the ski lift.

ski lift ski lift
bicycles on the ski lfit

Whistler Gondola ad

Whister intuik and Karen Duquette

Blackcomb Mountain gondola

Lee Duquette in the gondola

Below: The path under the bridge to The Whistler Village Gondola and a nice mural under the bridge.

Whistler Village base sign

painting under the bridge

short covered bridge over a creek

Below: View from each side of the bridge shown above

view from the bridge

view from the bridge

sign: Whistler is Bear Country

olympic rings


Karen Duquette and the Olympic rings

Karen Duquette and the Olympic rings

Below: Views of some of the ski slopes as seen from Whistler Village

ski slopes

ski slopes

The two RV Gypsies had crepes at Cafe Boulangerie while in Whistler Village. They did not realize that the crepes were frozen and just heated when ordered. The inside of the Cafe was small and smelly, so they sat at a small, wobbly table outside. Karen Duquette told everyone passing by NOT to eat there.

Then the two RV Gypsies stopped at "Cows" for an ice cream. The place was quite crowded with people, but the line moved fast and the ice cream was good.

Cafe Boulangerie Cows ice cream shop
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