Whistler is now busy year round. While it is primarily a ski resort, centered around Whistler and Blackcomb
Mountains, it is attracting nearly as many people in summer as it is in winter. There are three golf courses in
Whistler; two more at Pemberton - 20 minutes to the north; one at Squamish - 45 minutes to the south, and
another at Furry Creek - about 15 minutes south of Squamish. Hiking and mountain biking are popular in summer...
but then again so is skiing! Whistler and Blackcomb will alternate keeping one of the hills open well into the
summer for skiing, and right to the end of summer for hiking.
Sentinel Bay can be reached by the Barrier Trail up to Garibaldi Lake, and across the lake when it is frozen.
When the ice melts, it is a much longer trip to go around. It is also on
the Garibaldi Neve Traverse, usually started on Paul Ridge just north
east of Squamish.
The 7000' Glacier Pikes stand guard above Sentinel Glacier on a clear day.
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