We managed to get into the glass bottom gondola. The "underside" view of the terrain with the tree tops, streams,paths,etc was something else. Don't miss getting into this gondola; I think there are only three of these units.
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My girlfriend and I took the lift up and hiked around the peaks of both Whistler and Blackcomb mountains. There were better views, in my opinion, on Whistler Mtn but the hiking was generally better on Blackcomb. I recommend hiking from the Peak2Peak lift on...More
Even though it was raining, this gondola ride going from Blackcomb to Whistler mountains was a spectacular experience. This marvel holds 2 world records, highest lift and longest unsupported span. And the view, in spite of bad weather, was remarkable. Highly recommend this thrill!
Over forty years ago, my wife and I visited the most famous national parks in the Canadian Rockies, all of them in the province of Alberta: Banff, Jasper, and Kootenay. We both marveled at the astounding mountain views and figured that no other unheralded areas...More
I had a fear of height but the peak to peak gondola was perfect way to go up to the mountains and to travel from peak to peak. I felt very secure and could even enjoy looking at the view from the glass bottom in...More
I visited Whistler and did the Peak to Peak in early June 2016. I was a great experience. A few tips. Book online ahead of time it save you a few bucks from paying at the gate. Its not cheap. plus after trying 3 times...More
Although a bit pricy, this activity is well worth it. You ascend via a chair lift which beautiful views... At the peaks you can joke around and see even better views, have lunch or a drink or go between the peaks with the Gondola. This...More
We spent a day up the two mountains first going up on the Whistler Village Gondola ( saw a black bear) then taking the Peak Express chairlift up to the summit and walking down the "ice road" Ate at the Roundhouse which although expensive has...More