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Getting to First Tracks Lodge

Interested in coming to First Tracks Lodge but you don't know how to get here? Well don't let that hold ya back, folks! There's plenty of ways to get here including plane, train and automobile.

You can fly into Vancouver, BC. Then from there it’s only a quick 120 kilometer trip north. You could rent a car or use one of the many shuttle services available including buses, limousines, or helicopters to take you along the beautiful Sea-to-Sky Highway. Or maybe you’re looking to get the motorcycle back on the road, on a good day the Sea-to-Sky is becoming known as quite the popular ride. And for good reason, there aren’t many highways that can take you from ocean kayaking to skiing in the same day.

The trip here is half the experience, twisting between the sea and cliffs until you start your ascent into the sharp mountain peaks. With plenty of great scenic stops along the way, we promise the journey here will take your breath away! 

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Air

Air

Book your flight to Vancouver and take advantage of our great deals on flights. See our great air deals.

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Transfers

Transfers

Choose your mode of transportation with transfers directly from the Vancouver International Airport to First Tracks Lodge in Whistler.

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Car Rentals

Car Rentals

Give yourself the freedom to explore the surrounding Whistler area while on your ski or golf vacation. Your car rental will be waiting for you upon your arrival at the Vancouver International airport.

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Maps & Directions

Maps & Directions

First Tracks Lodge Whistler is located 120 kilometres or 75 miles north of Vancouver. Refer to the Map and Directions for information on transportation options and driving directions.

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Motorcycling

Motorcycling

The sea to sky highway is a favourite for motorcycle enthusiasts and Cycle BC is pleased to provide rentals to travellers and locals alike, looking to ride highway 99.

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