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If you haven’t been to the crown jewel of BC yet I would say it is definitely worth a look, especially if it is on your bucket list. I have been three times over many years, always with a group to keep costs down. (Many thanks to Leigh for a couple of those times.) See if there are any ski clubs going that you could join. It is pricey and BC has some much better values. You don’t really need a car in the village but I would probably rent one, depending on price difference, just so I could visit some other ski areas while there.

 

 

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Hey all,

Starting the trip planning phase.  I know many of you have been here. some have even gone with a kid in tow, as I will.

Questions:
1) Favorite areas to stay? Creekside, Village, etc.?  Why?

2) How long are bus rides from one place to another?

3) Places to look for lodging deals?

4) Rental vehicle or shuttle from Vancouver?

5) Any other wisdom you want to offer?

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