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Club Intrawest - Whistler Resort

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Club Intrawest - Whistler Resort
4580 Chateau Boulevard
Whistler, BC V0N1B4
124 units: Studio, One & Two Bedrooms
Check-In Time: 4 pm
Check-Out Time: 11 am
ResorTime Owner Rate Reservation Window: 365 Days

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Area Attractions
Whistler Racquet Club
Whistler Racquet Club is located just north of Marketplace on Northlands Boulevard and offers three indoor tennis courts, one centre court and seven outdoor courts. Lessons, camps and one-on-one coaching sessions are available. Racquet rentals, a pro shop, an exercise room, seasonal pool and hot tub are all on-site.
Whistler Farmers Market
Enjoy fresh and organic produce, artisan foods and more at Whistler's Farmers Market. Open every Sunday from June 17th to October 8th from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. The Wednesday afternoon market begins on July 4th to Sept 5th from 3:00pm to 7:00pm.
Bavaria Restaurant
This European alpine restaurant offers one of the best chocolate and savory fondues. Large selections of schnitzels, German appetizers and main dishes with a touch of local product are part of its exquisite menu. Bavaria also offers an extensive wine list and a large selection of European imported beer.
Caramba offers a casual dining experience with a varied menu including wood-oven pizza, west coast seafood and a great selection of traditional entrees. 1 (604) 938-1879
Whistler Bungee
Whistler Bungee has been voted the most extreme activity in Whistler by locals. It is one of the most scenic bungee jumping locations in the world. The setting is unique- surrounded by basalt column cliffs and old growth forest, combined with the breathtaking peak of Black Tusk in the background making this attraction the ultimate adrenaline rush. Whistler Bungee is open every day all year round and pre-booking is required. Located just 15 minutes south of Whistler Village and only an hour drive from West Vancouver, Whistler Bungee is easily accessible just off the Sea to Sky Highway.
Whistler Museum
The museum is a great place to spend an hour or two browsing Whistler's unique history and artifacts. It is a great indoor activity for rainy days or a much needed rest-day from skiing. There are many art galleries, featuring First Nations native art, sculpture, contemporary oils, watercolors and glasswork. The museum is currently housing an exhibit on Whistler's Olympic Journey. It is located right behind the library, in the heart of Whistler Village The museum opens all year round from 11:00am - 5:00pm
Located at the base of Blackcomb Mountain in the Upper Village, Merlins Bar & Grill is home of the Kokanee Kabin and local music legends The Hairfarmers. Merlins is known for its legendary scene, 'pay day Fridays', and is home to the famous $1 tacos. In the summer this is the perfect place to take a break while visiting the family-friendly Adventure Zone Sunday & Wednesday Farmers' Market. Highlights: live music, bar-top dancing, a gondola DJ booth suspended from the ceiling and a large, laid-back and sunny patio. Kids are allowed until 8:00 pm.
Whistler Mountain Bike Park
Whistler Mountain Bike Park offers trails for every level of rider. Gentle and banked cruisers through the forest, tight and twisty single tracks for intermediate levels, steep rock faces, gnarly, root strewn lines, drop offs and more.
Peak 2 Peak Gondola
Take an eleven-minute journey from Whistler to Blackcomb in a tri-cable gondola. The Peak 2 Peak Gondola holds the world records for the longest free span between ropeway towers - 3.03 kilometers (1.88 miles) and highest point above the ground - 436 meters (1,430 feet.). Each gondola cabin holds 28 people. To ski these mountains is an incredible experience a Whistler guest won't want to miss. The Peak to Peak Gondola links 8,171 acres of terrain into one continuous lift system allowing skiers and riders to maximize their day by moving quicker across the valley to the best snow in the area.
21 Steps
21 Steps provides stunning 2nd floor views of Whistler Village. Their menu includes updated comfort food that is both big in portions and flavors for great value. 21 Steps offers an extensive small plate menu items that the locals crave.Open daily from 5:30 pm until midnight. 1(604) 966-2121
Araxi's contemporary regional cuisine is crafted from the finest and freshest local ingredients and the internationally awarded wine list is deep and global. The artful decor provides an elegant and relaxed atmosphere in the heart of Whistler Village. 1(604) 932- 4540
Whistler Zipline
Get ready for the ride of your life with an exciting glide over spectacular creeks and through majestic old-growth forest. Ziplining combines the thrill of flying with the security of being safely tucked into a harness. Simply clip onto the zipline cable and you'll be zooming from platform to platform high above the valley below. Ziptrek Ecotours offers different packages during summer and winter.
The Longhorn Saloon
A Whistler institution for more than 25 years, the Longhorn sits right at the base of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains in the Village (right across from the GLC). The atmosphere is casual with a mix of locals and visitors; lots of storytelling happens on the sun-filled patio. 1 (604) 932-5999
The Core
The Core is Whistler's premier fitness facility, created by locals and designed for the world. Unique activity zones feature a huge climbing area, free weights, cardio equipment and two fitness studios for indoor cycling, yoga, circuit, zumba, kids adventures and many other classes. It is located right in Whistler Village, next to the Whistler Conference Theater. It is open on weekdays from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm and weekends from 8:00 am to 9:00 pm.
Bearfoot Bistro
This French bistro-style champagne bar is Whistler's most sophisticated eatery; designed for those who enjoy a dining experience. Extravagant, approachable, and undeniably fun, the Bearfoot Bistro boasts all the accoutrements of a five star dining establishment without the fuss and pretension. Featuring live jazz music on most weekends. 1 (604) 932-3433
The Garibaldi Lift Company
Located slopeside, right at the base of Whistler Mountain in the Village, the GLC has a large, heated outdoor patio perfect for people-watching. In the winter, the patio is the perfect place to watch the Sunday evening Fire & Ice Show where skiers and snowboarders fly through dazzling rings of fire. GLC is also one of Whistler's top live concert venues. Seasonal operations daily from 11:00am to 1:00pm (Families welcome until 8:00pm) 1 (604) 905-2220
Lost Lake Park
Lost Lake Park features 32 km of cross-country trails with incredible views of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. During the winter, these trails are groomed daily for classic and skate techniques, with 4 kilometers lit for night skiing. Snowshoeing is also available at the park. Trails are open until April 1, 2012. Lost lake Park has a popular sandy beach and during the summer, it's a great place for a picnic and grilling. The water is warmer than the other lakes in the valley and there are miles of trails for walking or cycling.
Vancouver Aquarium
The mission of the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre is to conserve aquatic life through display and interpretation, education, research, and direct action.
Hill's Native Arty Gallery
Welcome to a world of storytelling, graphic art, painting, print making, scultpture, textiles, leather-work, knit work and so much more... welcome to the rich tapestry of cultures belonging to the Indigenous Peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast and Canada.
Stroll down the cobbled streets. Explore its historic buildings, courtyards and mews. Enjoy its unique shopping, nightlife, attractions and special events.
Robson Street Shopping District
Robson Street is Vancouver, BC's premier shopping and entertainment street. Explore the street, find links to shops, restaurants and more!
Vancouver Art Gallery
Housing a permanent collection of more than 10,000 artworks, the Vancouver Art Gallery continues to build on the collection's historical and contemporary strengths through the acquisition of work by local and international artists through donation and purchase. Currently, approximately 3% of the collection is on view
Vancouver's Punjabi Market
Vancouver's Punjabi Market--also known as Little India--is a cultural and commercial focal point for Vancouver's Indo-Canadian community and one of the city's most vibrant shopping centres.
Yaletown Known to many as Vancouver's little Soho, Yaletown has experienced a revival in the past several years to emerge as downtown's trendiest residential neighbourhood for urban professionals. Impeccably hip, Yaletown is brimming with quality restaurants, boutiques, and galleries. It is a neighbourhood to see-and-be-seen
Granville Island (Public Market)
If Granville Island is the king of Vancouver destinations, then the Public Market is the jewel in the Island's crown. A fascinating assortment of colorful stalls, showcasing unique homemade products and the very finest in gastronomic delights. All fresh from the ocean, the oven or the field. Try closing your eyes right now and imagine the rich aromas permeating from the lavish displays. Shimmering seafood, warm baked goods, plump fruit.
Fraser River Discovery Center
Imagine arriving at the New Westminster waterfront by car, skytrain or even by water taxi. There before you, a gleaming new landmark hugs the riverside, inviting you to come in and explore the Fraser River, one of the world's great rivers, as not ev
Birch Bay Waterslides
Birch Bay Waterslides is located in beautiful Blaine, Washington. With its wide variety of activities and highly trained staff, Birch Bay Waterslides is a waterpark designed and operated for the family. The entire staff at Birch Bay Waterslides takes great pride in making your visit safe and exciting! After you leave the waterpark, head down to Birch Bay and take a walk on the beach and watch the beautiful sunset with your family.
McPhail's Berry Farm
Visit the farm and enjoy family fun at the picnic area, petting zoo, jam and gift making and special events. The products that we have on the farm include farm fresh jams, berry pies, berry smoothies, berry vinegar, and berry syrup. All these can be purchased on the farm or shipped. Don't forget all the berries are for sale fresh or frozen.
Birch Bay Leisure Park
Birch Bay Leisure Park is a private and gated recreational vehicle park in Whatcom County, Washington. Just a short commute to the US/Canada border which connects Vancouver, British Columbia (just 38 miles to the north) with Seattle, Washington (just 121 miles to the south). Birch Bay Leisure Park encompasses 80 acres with 718 year-round maintained membership sites. Click here to view a larger aerial shot of Birch Bay Leisure Park. Wildlife abounds; watch bald eagles, otters, various water fowl, explore miles of pristine shoreline and tide flats.

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