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Whistler Ski Vacation, Summer fun, Mountian Biking, the Beach, family time, dinners, adventure,...... its all here!

 

It’s quiet, family oriented, and just minutes from both the acclaimed Nicklaus North Golf Course and the Alpine Meadows Center. 

 

Whether enjoying breathtaking panoramic views of the Mountain’s while warming up by the fireplace, or relaxing with some entertainment in the sound proof Theatre Room - this beautiful rental property has four bedrooms, and can sleep up to fourteen people (or four couples) comfortably. 

 

Did we mention the large outdoor deck Hot Tub? Additional features include heated floors, a modern (fully-equipped) Kitchen.  Additional amenities include a laundry room, ample free parking, and the pristine serenity only found in the Canadian Rockies. Winter or summer, there are a million things to do.  It’s really all up to you.

 

We encourage you to find out what makes ‘My Whistler Cabin’ so unique.

 

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March powder skiing!
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Getting deep into it.
GoWhistler posted a photo: Getting deep into it. Photo Credit: Mike Crane
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Rippin' through some fresh spring pow.
GoWhistler posted a photo: Rippin' through some fresh spring pow. Photo Credit: Mike Crane
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Rippin' groomers.
GoWhistler posted a photo: Rippin' groomers. Photo Credit: Mike Crane
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Fantastic spring skiing conditions.
GoWhistler posted a photo: Fantastic spring skiing conditions. Photo Credit: Mike Crane
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Snowshoe Magazine

Transcending the Winter Warrior (Sat, 28 Mar 2015)
It’s the fifth annual Winter Warrior 10K snowshoe race founded by Steve Ilg, Wholistic Fitness coach, and hosted by the Durango Nordic Center. I am careening down a short 50-foot section of hard packed snow and water ice. My limbs … Continue reading →
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Gear Review: Native Eyewear Toolah Sunglasses (Fri, 27 Mar 2015)
Native Eyewear’s Toolah sunglasses in Red Frost. The pair of Native Eyewear Toolah’s pulled back into my hair as I write this already made their way up Colorado’s Vail Mountain this morning for an early interval running session. The dark … Continue reading →
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