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Vancouver area trip - one or two days in Whistler?

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We're going to be based in Vancouver for 10 nights later this month. We will spend the first night at Whistler since our rental in Vancouver isn't available that night. We're wondering if it's worth spending a second night as well?

During our 10 days we will have a car and besides seeing the sights in Vancouver itself we're planning on other outdoors activities in the beautiful scenic areas such as a day trip up the Sunshine Coast, kayaking at Indian Arm fjord, and a hike or two in the North Vancouver parks, Grouse Mountain and the suspension bridges in Capilano and maybe Lynn Canyon. Given that we'll be doing those things and seeing that scenery, is there a reason to spend a second day in Whistler or is spending one full day there enough? We're from northern California and we go to Lake Tahoe in the summer quite a bit, so Whistler won't be our only experience in the mountains. Thanks.
Pam

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