"Start your day with a pick up from your Pemberton or Whistler accommodation at 7am and spend 9 hours fishing with your knowledgeable guide. Ice starts forming in lakes in November and lasts through the end of March. Your guide will choose between lakes i as well as a tasty lunch. All you need is a valid British Columbia Freshwater Fishing License which can be purchased at www.fishing.gov.bc.ca. Additionally on colder days ice huts and heaters are brought to help keep you warm. As you sit around an 8"" hole drilled by an ice auger you will fish for rainbow trout bull trout kokanee
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
"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
The food at Theos was first rate as we were luckily enough to get a table without a reseration on a friday night. Service was very freindly until one of the waitresses dropped a plate of food over two...