Coming up with stag ideas is really difficult, especially with a large group of very different women. I ran through so many activities…from the standard pole dancing classes to things like ATVing, bungee jumping and food tours. With people on different budgets and also different levels of thrill seekers, I settled on ziptrekking.
I’m going to admit it, I was pretty nervous about the harnesses and ropes. They clipped us on so easily that I had to ask a couple times “are you sure I’m ready?”
Though it was a little less intense than what I expected, it was a fun group activity.
I haven’t been to Whistler since high school. It was such a nice weekend; being surrounded by beautiful snow capped mountains and a lively village, I forgot how lovely Whistler is. More importantly, I quickly remembered how ski/snowboard towns tend to attract European and Australian workers!
Conveniently, we stayed inside the village right near Crêpes Montagne. Savory crepes! Above, Nordique crepe with 3 kinds of cheese, egg, tomato and green onion.
I love breakfast food…and although I was expecting a stuffed crêpe, what I got was a slightly crispy breakfast flatbread-like dish. I think this type of preparation was needed because of the sunny side egg. I’m the type of eater that leaves the best part last, so I pretty much ate around the egg in a circle, leaving my favorite part of the crepe to the last bite.
Crêpe Montagne has such a cute atmosphere inside. Our waitress spoke to us in a hybrid of French and accented English. She was so lovely and sweet and also checked in with us to make sure our food arrived on time. The inside of this busy authentic crêperie is reminiscent of an cute village side French restaurant. It’s a French restaurant, Whistler style, catering to international and local skiers alike.
Crêpe Montagne – 116 4368 Main Street, Whistler, BC, www.crepemontagne.com