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Winter Tour: Whistler and Shannon Falls Full-Day Tour from Vancouver
"Starting from the emerald city of Vancouver traverse along the scenic coastline of Howe Sound fjord to the snow-capped peaks of the Coast Mountains. This escape from the city is an ideal way to experience the natural wonders that make Vancouver one of the most livable cities in the world. Gaze out with a scenic stop at the 335 metre Shannon Falls. Views of Tantalus Glacier greet passengers en route to Whistler.Along the way visit the quaint town of Squamish. Considered an outdoor paradise for climbers and backcountry adventurers Squamish if perfectly positioned at the most north easterly point of the Howe sound offering astonishing views of the mountains and water. There will be a stop at the Squamish Adventure Centre
From CAD140.00
 
Vancouver City Hop-on Hop-off Tour
"Start your hop-on hop-off tour in Gastown near the Steam Clock or at any of the other 22 stops on the route. As the open-top clear convertible bus transports you around town hop on and off as many times as you like to see the best of Vancouver at your own pace (full tour duration without stops is 90 minutes). Your 24-hour or 48-hour sightseeing pass is valid within a two-week period with buses departing every 15 to 20 minutes during peak season (May 1 – October 10) and every 60 minutes during the off-season (October 11 – April 30). Admire the white sails of Canada Place a convention center built for Expo ’86 and then take time to discover Stanley Park bounded on three sides by water. From Prospect Point
From CAD45.00
 
SNOWBUS from Vancouver plus Whistler Blackcomb Lift Ticket
"Depart from your selected pickup location in Vancouver or Richmond aboard a spacious motor coach for skiing or snowboarding at Whistler Blackcomb. Known for having one of the longest ski seasons in North America the resort boasts some 8100 acres (3278 hectares) for skiing and snowboarding. Along with upwards of 200 runs you can also find terrain parks and backcountry trails for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. Choose from the 1- and 2-day options below to match your travel needs. Throughout the ski season you can request motor-coach service between Whistler Richmond and Vancouver. Simply click on the Schedule page for a detailed overview of the routes and stop locations. Please note: If you are coming from the airport
From CAD142.00

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Car

We were staying in Surrey, and also visiting Richmond and Steveston that day, so going by car was the best option for us. Traffic wasn't as bad as I thought it would be, and the entire drive, took...
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take the skytrain!

The Skytrain is the most efficient way of getting from New West to downtown Vancouver. There are five different Skytrain stations (I'm quoting from their website here):22nd Street Station On 7th...
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SkyTrain

New West is easily accessable from downtown Vancouver, Burnaby and Surrey. You can get there by taking the skytrain eastbound and getting off at the New Westminster or Columbia skytrain stations. It...
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Things to Do Near New Westminster

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SFU (Simon Fraser University)

Simon Fraser University is located on Burnaby Mountain. The term mountain is perhaps not correct, the mountain is really a larger hill. You will get a feeling that you are going up a mountain once...
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Commercial Drive

Commercial Drive ("the Drive") used to be Vancouver's Little Italy, however, in the past few decades its identity has evolved to become Vancouver's bohemian culture pot. Think of San Francisco's...
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The Rocky Mountaineer Train

NOTE: The address below is the address of the Rocky Mountaineer station. Some of the tips on the VT web site give the address of the headquarters office, which is several blocks away. Rocky...
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Totem Poles

Located in the northeast area of Stanley Park, the First Nations artwork area is most famous for its totem poles. However, there are also several other pieces of artwork here. This includes a Story...
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Chinatown

We stopped here because we had half an hour to spare. It was colourful, as are all Chinatowns I guess, and initially we were fascinated at the wares on show, especially the dried seafood and some of...
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Queen Elizabeth Park

The Bloedel Conservatory is located in Queen Elizabeth Park at the top of Little Mountain. It is a large dome overlooking the city and the mountains. Inside this dome is a large temperature controlled...
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"New Westminster"
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"New West-The Royal City"
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"Western Canada's Oldest City"
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Carmanah

"British Columbia's oldest city"
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sunnywong

"New Westminster B.C."
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