Sea To Sky Highway attractions

Top Choice Cable Car in Squamish & Around

Sea to Sky Gondola

On a warm summer’s evening, with a 7.5km ascent under your belt and a pint of craft beer on the table in front of you, there are few better places in Canada than the top station of Squamish’s spectacular gondola. Th…
Top Choice Park in Sea To Sky Highway

Garibaldi Provincial Park

This 1950 sq km park is justly renowned for hiking trails colored by diverse flora, abundant wildlife and panoramic vistas. Summer hikers seem magnetically drawn here but the trails also double as cross-country ski …
Museum in Squamish & Around

Britannia Mine Museum

Once the British Empire's largest copper mine, this giant and superbly restored industrial museum is just 10 minutes before Squamish on Hwy 99. The rattling underground train tour is highly recommended (included wit…
Park in Squamish & Around

Stawamus Chief Provincial Park

On the way into Squamish from Vancouver, you'll see a sheer, 652m-high granite rock face looming ahead. Attracting hardy climbers the world over, it's called the 'Chief' and it's the highlight of Stawamus Chief Prov…
Waterfall in Squamish & Around

Shannon Falls Provincial Park

About 4km before you reach Squamish, you'll hear the pounding waters of Shannon Falls Provincial Park. Pull into the parking lot and stroll the short trail to BC's third-highest waterfall, where water cascades down …
Park in Sea To Sky Highway

Brandywine Falls Provincial Park

Around 17km south of Whistler and adjacent to Hwy 99, this tree-lined 143-hectare park has as its focus a spectacular 70m waterfall. A short stroll through the forest leads to a leg-jellying platform overlooking the…
Museum in Squamish & Around

West Coast Railway Heritage Park

Train nuts should continue just past central Squamish to this large, mostly alfresco museum that's lined with clapboard buildings and several historic locomotives and carriages – including BC's legendary Royal Hudso…
Farm in Squamish & Around

Tenderfoot Fish Hatchery

A First Nations–run salmon hatchery 20km north of Squamish that helps keep regional fish stocks up to healthy levels, visitors can wander the facilities here on a self-guided tour.