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It seems Greyhound is operating a bus between Vancouver and Whistler, for 30 dollars max one way. The web fare is $20 and if you book at least 3 weeks in advance, it can be as low as $15 .


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Best solution: Greyhound Bus for $40 return. I've spent about 2 hours researching this and bus is definitely your cheapest option. Rail, Plane and Car rental are going to be more expensive. Looks tough to get any kind of public transport outside of the ski season. Most buses don't seem to be running. EDIT: In my original answer I didn't have Greyhound ...


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There are lockers in the Ski rental facility: There are day lockers next to the ski rental facility downstairs at the blackcomb lodge. In spring 2016 the cost is $C 10 small and $C 12 large. There are no overnight lockers. If you rent from whistler blackcomb you can store your skis (and poles) with them overnight but have to take your boots with you. ...


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The YVR/Whister Skylinx will take you straight from YVR to Whistler (and back) through Downtown Vancouver. There is no bus that goes from YVR to Whistler without stopping or going through Downtown Vancouver. According to this information page: Departure location is located directly outside the terminal, close to our ticket counter. Departure ...


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I've asked around and the answer is that the two hostels I've mentioned (HI Whistler Backpackers and Pangea Pod Hotel) are pretty much the only options under $100/night in Whistler. Therefore I've chosen to just drive from Vancouver to Whistler and back. It's less than 2 hours most of the time and since the gondolas close at 4pm there's really no point in ...


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I've messaged the Whistler Tourism Center and they've replied the following: If you need to store suitcases the UPS store will have luggage storage for $10 a bag. If you are trying to store a small backpack there are lockers in the Carlton Lodge. The UPS store has limited hours on Saturday and is closed on Sunday. However the Carlton Lodge hotel should ...


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You can store skis and snowboards in the Carlton Lodge in Whistler village for a fee of $10 per day. They can also accept your ski poles, but won't take helmets, boots and other equipment. There aren't any discounts for long term users, so this would be an expensive option for someone wanting to store their skis there all season. Additionally there are ...


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