My first snowmobiling experience: Whistler / Pemberton, British Columbia

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All the things I thought snowmobiling was but wasn’t (and what it actually was — fun!) from my January 2015 trip to sunny, snowy Whistler / Pemberton, on assignment for SnowSeekers — The Guide to Winter:  Assumptions challenged: A newbie’s first sledding experience.

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I also went ziplining (who knew you could zip in winter?!) with Superfly Ziplines, and zoomed down the longest zipline (1.4 km) in Canada.  More to come!

Many thanks to SnowSeekers, Tourism Pemberton, Tourism Whistler, The Adventure Group, Superfly Ziplines, Canadian Wilderness Adventures, the BC Snowmobile Operators Association, Pemberton Valley Lodge, and Mile One Eating House for hosting me!

Note: My trip was complimentary but all opinions are my own and only the editor of SnowSeekers reviewed/approved my text.

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4 responses to “My first snowmobiling experience: Whistler / Pemberton, British Columbia

  1. Great article – would never have thought of Whistler as a place to not go skiing – now there is a reason.

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    • I know — I used to just think “ski” for Whistler, but there is so much to do there! Mountain biking, golf, rafting, climbing, sledding, and don’t forget the ziplining (winter and summer!)

      On 23 February 2015 at 15:37, Travel Eater wrote:

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