So the park shuts early October, can many trails in Pemberton be ridden much later?
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Thanks for the tips Wheeldrop, that's some "priceless" information there.
That's a good offer on the vans/shack but not sure if you'd want to wait until late June to get your season pass.
I'll bear it all in mind though, I know what you look like so I might be in touch sometime June/July if I make it over.
(I once saw you from the lifts last season "collecting your thoughts" after the stepdown on Lower Canadian Open, looked like a decent crash, your saddle had gone awol etc)
How's it going?
Whistler is calling me again and I'm working hard to save up money to stay as long as possible for the summer of 2012.
I know I'll only have enough money for about a month or two but that's not going to be enough Whistler goodness for me. I'd love to spend mid June to Sept/October there.
I've been to Whistler three times before including travelling around BC in a van for 3 months so I've got a reasonable idea of what to expect and the "awesome" food prices.
I'm from the UK and can't get a temp work permit/bunac as I'm over 30 (I qualify for attempting residency but waiting time is roughly 48 months :cry: )
Does anyone have any ideas on how to last a season there without a work permit?
I definitely want to be in or near the village and I just want to ride my bike as much as possible.
I'm not bothered about partying so don't need a beer budget.
Is living in a van possible anywhere other than Riverside campground?
Does anyone know of any good bins/trash to hang around for food scraps etc?
Any help/ideas would be great
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