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