PROPERTY: Ancient Cedars
- Bedrooms: 7: 2 Masters suites with king beds, 3rd guest room with king, 2 ground floor rooms with queen and 2 rooms with 2 singles.
- Bathrooms: 7
- Sleep Capacity: 14
- Hot tub
- Hot tub
- BBQ grill
- Wine cellar
- Dining area for 10 people
- Ping pong table
- Wet bar
- Chef’s kitchen
- Indoor fireplace
- Sonos sound system
- Foosball table
- Heated floors
- Cable TV
- Garage parking
- Espresso machine
- Ironing board
SUMMER ACTIVITIES IN WHISTLER
Unique to British Columbia’s coast, floatplane tours are one of Whistler’s most spectacular activities
Enjoy a bird’s eye view of the surrounding mountain ranges, glaciers, valleys, rivers and lakes
See a glacier close-up or enjoy a picnic lunch on a crystal clear alpine lake
Tours available from June 26 – October 2, 2020
Fly deep into the pristine and rugged landscape of the Coast Mountains.
Fly over knife-sharp peaks, ancient glaciers, hidden lakes and valleys and stunning ice formations.
Choose from short scenic flights to more adventurous journeys like heli-snowmobiling or ice-cave explorations.
Helicopter tours run year-round and are weather dependent.
Whistler Blackcomb’s new suspension bridge is the latest mountain innovation open during the summer months. It stretches 130 meters (427 feet) from the top of Whistler Peak to the West Ridge, crossing over Whistler Bowl at 2,182 meters (7,160 feet) above sea level. At the far end is Raven’s Eye, a 360-degree platform where you can enjoy an uninterrupted view of the surrounding mountains. Access is included in the PEAK 2 PEAK 360 Summer Experience ticket, so you can make this trip part of a full day of adventure.
Add gravity power to your mountain biking at the renowned Whistler Mountain Bike Park, one of the biggest and best lift-accessed bike parks in the world. With three zones including the epic alpine Top of the World trail, you’ll need days to explore it all.
Ramble out to the Lake
Bike or stroll from the Village to explore Whistler’s lakes and parks. Hint: bring a Frisbee to play the “Powerline” disc golf course at Lost Lake. Go paddleboarding or kayaking, take a picnic to the park and bring your fur baby along for some fun at the dog beach.
Stunning 360-degree views of Whistler Village, mountain peaks, lakes, glaciers, and forests.
Watch the machinery in action and learn about the record-breaking lift in the PEAK 2 PEAK Viewing Gallery. Dine on the rooftop of the world with views of the ski slopes and towering peaks. Ride the special glass-bottom gondola for a bird’s-eye view of the forest.
Fly through the forest on an exhilarating high wire adventure – no experience required!
Glide over spectacular creeks and through majestic old-growth trees on a guided tour.
Learn about Whistler’s ecology and wildlife and laugh out loud with the whole family. Feel free as a bird with high quality safety systems and expert supervision.
Play four championship golf courses from four of the world’s top designers.
Superb playing conditions in the fresh mountain air with average summer temperatures of 17°C to 27°C (62°F to 80°F).
Stay in a renowned Olympic resort where courses are close to spas, fine dining, and outdoor activities.
Enjoy more golf rounds with a long-playing season – courses are open from the end of April until late October.
All courses rated as SCORE Golf’s Best Public Courses in Canada, recognizing the Top 59 public courses nationwide.
A chance to view Whistler’s famous black bears and cubs in their natural habitat – don’t forget the camera! Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains are home to up to 60 black bears and cubs.
Learn about Whistlers flora and fauna from experienced guides and researchers.
Travel in comfort in a 4×4 vehicle to bear viewing areas, feeding sites, daybeds and dens.
Bear Viewing tours typically run from April/May – September/October
Enjoy modern luxury amid centuries-old landscapes at Ancient Cedars.
This Whistler vacation rental may sit among the timeless forests and mountains of B.C., but its contemporary architecture and thoughtful amenities are decidedly of the moment. Its style is matched by an incredible setting in the exclusive Kadenwood neighborhood that offers ski-in, ski-out access to the slopes.
Look out over Whistler and the surrounding Tantalus Range from a heated patio that can be enjoyed year-round. The outdoor areas also feature a heated pool, hot tub and barbecue; inside, there’s a wet bar, wine cellar, ping-pong and foosball tables, cable TV, a Sonos sound system and Wi-Fi. Flip on the heated floors or fireplace to stay cozy, and let the elevator whisk you from one floor to the next.
A great room framed in wood and glass is the perfect spot to gather with friends and family to reconnect, dine and watch the sunset over the mountains. The open-concept space has two sitting areas—one with a fireplace and one with a TV—and a dining table for ten, plus a fully equipped kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances.
Ancient Cedars has three bedrooms with king beds, including one master bedroom with a honeymoon-suite-inspired lounge area and private terrace. There are also two bedrooms with queen beds and two bedrooms with two twin beds each. All seven bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms.
If you’ve come for a ski holiday, you’ll appreciate being able to ski out the front door to the private Kadenwood gondola, less than a quarter-mile away. For shopping, dining and your apres-ski needs, it’s about a 10-minute drive to Creekside Village and the main Whistler Village. If you’re visiting during the summer, you’ll find two golf courses nearby, plus beautiful Blueberry Beach on scenic Alta Lake.