If you are a horse lover you’ll feel right at home in Pem­ber­ton.

Whistler Traveller Magazine - - TRAVELLER DESTINATIONS -

It proudly boasts hav­ing more horses per capita than any other area in Bri­tish Columbia. The area of­fers miles of horse trails, with guided tours, for both the be­gin­ner and ex­pe­ri­enced rider. Pem­ber­ton is known for its golf cour­ses, of­fer­ing two spec­tac­u­lar 18- hole cour­ses at the base of Mount Cur­rie. En­joy chal­leng­ing cour­ses and un­beat­able views in ev­ery di­rec­tion. The skies above Pem­ber­ton are very much alive! Pem­ber­ton has its own air­port, of­fer­ing glider or he­li­copter tours, and even sky­div­ing. Paraglid­ing is an es­pe­cially pop­u­lar ac­tiv­ity, so it’s quite FRPPRQ WR VHH D IHw ORFDO fl LHUV LQ WKH DLU. 3HPEHUWRQ HYHQ SODyHG KRVW WR WKH & DQDGLDQ 3DUDJOLGLQJ National Cham­pi­onships in 2012. The short drive to Pem­ber­ton from Whistler is a “must- do” for any­one vis­it­ing the area, if only to get a glance at Mount Cur­rie’s amaz­ing north face. For the full Pem­ber­ton sum­mer ex­pe­ri­ence, do as the lo­cals do- swim in a lake, en­joy some de­li­cious lo­cal pro­duce and take to the trails! Like Whistler, most of Pem­ber­ton’s res­i­dents came from else­where and sim­ply couldn’t leave - come see “Spud Val­ley” for your­self, and you are sure to un­der­stand why.

For more in­for­ma­tion on Pem­ber­ton: www. tourism­pem­ber­tonbc. com

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