[flagallery gid=9 name=”Gallery”]Here we are at Whistler. Who would have thought we would be walking in snow on June 7th? We took the Whistler Gondola while watching hundreds of crazy downhill bikers on their dirt track courses & jumps. We stopped at the Round House, played in the snow and had a light lunch. Temp 6C and saw a few snow flurries. Then we took the amazing new Peak2Peak which crossed from Whistler to Blackcomb Mountain. This is a 4.4 km journey between peaks and is the longest unsupported span in the world of 3 km. It is the highest lift of its kind above the valley floor. Coming back we took a cable car with a glass floor which was an experience. What a view! The trees looked like grass. There is an unusual amount of snow left and it might be more than another 2 weeks before they open the peak chairlift. We went up to 6,000 feet elevation. The town is a very touristy area but nice to walk around and there are lots of walkways and pedestrian areas. I highly recommend a visit if you are out west!