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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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Whiskey Jack out on a snowy day
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Beautiful snowy day on December 12th
GoWhistler posted a photo: Beautiful snowy day on December 12th Photo Credit: Mike Crane
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Skiing fresh lines on Whistler Mountain
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Santa Ski Day
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Riding Glacier Chair on Blackcomb
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Snowshoe Magazine

Unplug from the Indoors, Reconnect with the Winter Trails (Sun, 21 Dec 2014)
It is a shocking statistic: More than one-third of all children in the United States are considered obese[1] and nearly one-third of Canadian children are obese[2]. Take a moment and think about that statistic. Think about the … Continue reading →
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Moonlight, Snow Angels, and Snowshoes (Sun, 21 Dec 2014)
What’s the best way to go stargazing in winter? On snowshoes of course! Head out of the city for a night hike this winter and get off the beaten path, climb up to a meadow under the stars, lie down … Continue reading →
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