Private Whistler and Waterfalls Day Trip From Vancouver. Travel with on a scenic day trip from Vancouver to Whistler, a lovely mountain village north of the city!
- Lions Gate Bridge – the connector of two Vancouver shores.
- Cypress Mountain viewpoint – Vancouver’s largest ski resort.
- Shannon Falls – the third biggest waterfalls in British Columbia.
- Whistler Village – the home of 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
- Peak Whistler – is the place to breath in the cleanest alpine air at the height of 2200 m.
- Peak 2 Peak Gondola – explore a new perspective of British Columbia’s rooftop.
- Brandywine Falls – take your time to admire the striking natural landscapes
Your excursion begins with convenient hotel pickup in a comfortable vehicle with complimentary WiFi. The whole tour is led by a professional local guide who will never make you bored.
On your way to the destination we will drive through Vancouver’s Downtown and the tremendous Stanley Park, ride along the Lion’s Gate bridge connecting Vancouver city and its Western part where the Sea to Sky highway starts. We take time to stop at the Cypress Mountain viewpoint and enjoy the scenery of coastal mountains around.
The road of 120 km to the main destination won’t let you put your cameras aside: the endless nature decorations as rugged mountains and ocean coast will make your ride exciting and unforgettable.
Our next stop is planned at Shannon waterfall, the third highest waterfall in British Columbia (335 m). When we arrive at the waterfall location you will find yourself in a fairy forest with an enjoyable trail to a viewpoint under the waterfall.
As soon as we arrive in Whistler Village you will find yourself in cozy streets of a beautiful town among a lot of tourists from all over the world. The resort operates the whole year round and one can experience different activities depending on the season.
The city walkway brings us to a ski lift (a cabin for 8 passengers) that will take us to the height of 1800 m above sea level. Starting in the end of July and up to mid of September another ski lift takes tourists to the Whistler peak at the height of 2200 m where you will be able to enjoy a breathtaking view of the Coast Mountains.
We will have lunch in one of the restaurants (at your choice). Please be advised that lunch is not included in price. The lunch is followed by the intriguing trip on board a PEAK2PEAK Gondola, a modern world record-breaking lift that links two side-by-side mountains: Whistler and Blackcomb. Enjoy the ride above a beautiful valley by the world-famous gondola Peak2Peak. Our excursion continues with two more rides down to the valley and a stroll in the village of Whistler.
On our way back to Vancouver we will visit the marvelous Brandywine Waterfalls (70m) and have a spectacular walk along a wooden bridge across a mountain river.
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