Tyndall Stone Lodge

4360 Lorimer Rd, Whistler, British Columbia, V0N 1B4, Canada
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Car rental question from Seattle to Whistler

by swdke

Has anyone rented a car at Seattle and drove to Whistler? I understand that some car rental companies may not permit rentals to be taken either into Canada, or as far as Whistler. I currently hold several reservations with a few companies, one, I forget which, states that rentals if taken to Canada can only be taken as far as Vancouver. So I was wondering, does anyone know which car rental companies in Seattle permit their rental cars to be taken as far as Whistler? Or, which companies forbid taking their cars across the border? Has this even been a concern to anyone? Thank you for your help.

Re: Car rental question from Seattle to Whistler

by yvr

Why don't you call the 800 number which will cost you nothing and ask the car rental companies you have booked with. Simple, and you get the correct information right from the "horse's mouth"

Re: Car rental question from Seattle to Whistler

by swdke

A while back, after I already booked to Seattle, I think I read somewhere to make sure I book with a car company that permits entry to Canada. I looked at one of my car rental reservations, Dollar, and in the "fine" print of the reservation, states that cars drive to Canada can be taken only to Victoria, or Vancouver and Vancouver metro areas. So I made a reservation with Alamo and called them. I tried calling a local number, and although I reached Alamo, I got some main office and they seemed to think it would not be a problem. But did state that Canadian citizens can not drive across into Canada. But this person didn't seem to be a person who dealt this this issue, so I figured I might not want to trust his judgement. So I was just wondering if anyone has recently rented a car, and driven across, to Whistler, without difficulties, or if someone knew otherewise. I will call the car rental agency again. I just figured it might be good to hear from someone who has experienced this situation. Thanks.

Re: Car rental question from Seattle to Whistler

by yvr

Alamo or National is probably your best bet. I have driven Alamo cars from Vancouver into the USA and you can take them anywhere, no restrictions. As far as what the person you were talking to was saying about Canadians, there is a law in Canada, a stupid law that says Canadians may only drive rental cars with a provincial license plate, so if a car in Seattle with BC plates was available, a Canadian could drive it into Canada no provincial plates then the Canadian would not be allowed to take it across the border into Canada.

Re: Car rental question from Seattle to Whistler

by kilkie

Dude try carhire3000 i got a car for 1 day and it cost me £23 thats about 50CAD.... im going from calgary airport to vancouver airport. I didnt have to pay a 1 way fee and i get fuel with the deal.....

www.carhire3000.com

ANY1 NEED A LIFT FROM CALGARY AIRPORT TO VANCOUVER AIRPORT ON THE 14TH OF MARCH 2008

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Travel Tips for Whistler

Welcome to Whistler, Australia

by Carmanah

A few years ago the Vancouver Sun published statistics that Canada gives out 4000 working holiday visas every year to Australians. Out of the 4000 that arrive in Canada for their once-in-a-lifetime chance to work anywhere in the country for one year, 2500 of them end up in Whistler. In the same article they said that Whistler has an approximate permanent population of 10,000 people. So... if 2500 are Australians in a town of only 10,000 people, the likelyhood of you running into an Australian while visiting Whistler is incredibly, incredibly high.

Nowadays, even more working visas are given out to Australians every year. In fact, going to Whistler is becoming a rite of passage for Australians. There really is nowhere else in Canada quite like it. Nowhere else will you find thousands of Australians working all together in one city. Many go there because they want to work in a ski resort. I certainly hope they don't go there to experience an accurate portrayal of the Canadian lifestyle because Whistler's about as far away from that as you can get. Whistler is the epitome of a resort partyland, with a continuous flow of international travellers coming and going. In fact, may locals in Vancouver head up to Whistler to brush up on their Australian culture before making the 18-hour flight across the Pacific!

All this aside, there are certainly no negative feelings towards Australians in Whistler, or anywhere in Canada. They're more than welcome and they all know it! My little blurb here is to acknowledge the unique cultural situation that you'll only find in Whistler, the Mecca in Canada for Australians.

Best burgers and beer on the slopes

by realde14 about Dustie's Bar and BBQ

This bar at the base of Whistler Creekside offers excellent burgers and has a huge outside terrace for the sunny days.

I didn't stay for the nightlife, because Dusty's is a bit off on Whistler Creekside, but I heard this place gets going until late! BBQ Beef Sandwich

Sleigh Ride

by Chip_Master

This was a packaged evening sleigh ride / dinner package.

Shuttle picks you up for an evening sleigh ride that takes you to a hut for some hot chocolate and entertainment. Afterwards our package included a dinner at the Bavaria Resturant.

Sleigh ride and entertainment were umm how should I say okay. Not spectacular not oversold. Its a sleigh ride with no special scenary beyond the mountain. After having skied from the top how can a middle mountain view impress.

What was great was we got introduced to Bavaria. Now we make it a point to eat here every time we visit.

Eat or Have a Coffee at the Whistler Peak

by Albernfrau

If you take the Gondola & chairlift to the top of Whistler why not enjoy the view by having a drink and sitting in one of the chairlife benches or even an umbrella table. The view is phenomenal and it gives you an opportunity to take it all in before you head back done. While you are sitting you can admire the large stone Ilanaaq, the 2010 Olympic logo. Check out all three of my photos.

WHISTLER/BLACKCOMB

by travelgourmet

"All year round resort"

Whistler is a trip in itself. Most visitors to Vancouver may have heard of Whistler, but few realize it is worth the drive to see Whistler for themselves. The road getting there is half the fun, with logging trucks whizzing by, and the scenery with mountains and valleys with waterfalls making the drive seem short.

"What to do"

Hiking in the spring and summer is a great way to see the area, and of course in the winter to spring is the time to ski, and Whistler/Blackcomb are two of the finest runs in North America.

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Address: 4360 Lorimer Rd, Whistler, British Columbia, V0N 1B4, Canada