Lodge in the Heart of Whistler Village
Located in the heart of Whistler Village, Summit Lodge Boutique Hotel Whistler puts guests just a short walk from the lifts going up Whistler Mountain and Blackcomb Peak, where they can enjoy the views from the Peak 2 Peak Gondola or hike along the mountains’ 18 trails. After a day on the mountain, the Lodge pampers guests with gourmet dining options and relaxing spa services. The hotel also goes to great lengths to offer attentive, personalized service for four-legged tagalongs. The pet-friendly lodge rolls out the red carpet for canines at no extra cost, greeting them with treats upon arrival and setting up the guest rooms with pet bowls before they even arrive.
Summit Lodge is composed of 81 suites, each of which comes equipped with a kitchenette, a fireplace, and balconies. Guests can explore the many shops and restaurants of the village just outside or take a dip in the heated outdoor pool and hot tub.
A $25 credit toward body treatments at the onsite Taman Sari Royal Heritage Spa is included with each Groupon. Try a 60-minute Javanese massage, which uses Indonesian essential oils to stimulate the circulatory system, or a papaya enzyme body polish.
Whistler, British Columbia: Mountain Biking and Golfing at 2010 Olympic Site
Connected to Vancouver—which lies about 80 miles (130 km) south—by the scenic Sea to Sky Highway, the Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort spans two mountains, each more than 7,000 feet in elevation, which are connected via the Peak 2 Peak Gondola. Since the resort contains more than 200 ski trails and more skiable terrain than any of its North American equivalents, it makes sense that Condé Nast Traveler readers ranked it the No. 2 North American Ski Resort in a 2011 poll.
The mountains gained worldwide recognition in 2010, when they hosted the alpine skiing, bobsled, and luge events of the Vancouver Winter Olympics. The Whistler Museum tells the stories of those games with athlete memorabilia, including the uniforms of local gold medalists and an Olympic torch you can hold yourself.
During ski season, Whistler Blackcomb is a dynamic park, with over 432,000 acres of terrain that has 173 glaciers and 475 ski runs. Other Whistler activities include snowmobile tours that vary in length and intensity from gentle family tours to powder riding through the varied terrain. With a brand new snowmobile fleet and convenient location, the backcountry is just minutes away. For guests that want a birds eye view of the winter landscape, Ziptrek Ecotours offers a network of zliplines high above the Fitzsimmons creek area between Whistler and Blackcomb mountains that allows for both adventure and eco-viewing. Down below, spread out over Whistler and Callaghan Valley, there are over 118 kms of track-set cross-country trails that range from beginner to those attempting to try out for the Olympics.
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