Encompassing the roadway leading to British Columbia's Northern interior, the Sea to Sky Corridor, also known as Highway 99 passes through mountain ranges, forests, glacial lakes and fjords leading to the Ocean; connecting a range of towns such as Furry Creek, Porteau Cove, Squamish, Pemberton, and the most visited, Whistler.
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This famous stretch of roadway is famed for its scenic views, lookouts and various Provincial Parks. The corridor is well used throughout the year as locals and visitors can camp, hike, cycle and visit the many attractions found in the area.
Squamish, the first largest townsite in the region serves as a pit stop for many nature and sports enthusiasts throughout the year. Rock climbing, hiking, windsurfing, biking and eagle viewing are a few of the activities in the area. Most popular is Stawamus Chief, a large granite rock formation with smooth sides which is a popular hiking and rock climbing locale. Nearby at Britannia Beach, the Museum of Mining pays homage to the largest copper mine in the region with on-site tours, artifacts and gold panning.
Whistler, the region's most visited area is a base for skiers and snowboarders from around the world. The winter months sees hundreds of people descend on the two mountains - Whistler and Blackcomb - to ski its stunning runs which has earned Whistler its top North American Ski Resort designation. Summer sees a different crowd. Bungee jumping, zip lining, hiking, wildlife viewing and mountain biking are all popular activities in the immediate area.
The Sea to Sky corridor has hundreds of activities and some of the most breathtaking views along the coast and interior of the Province. Exploring this beautiful highway will take you to amazing sights, waterfalls, parks and flora and fauna people have only ever dreamt to see.