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View of the Tantalus mountain range from across the Howe Sound

Welcome to the Sea to Sky hiking region.

This region spans the Howe Sound just north west of Downtown Vancouver along the recently renovated Highway 99 north into the Squamish Valley to Pemberton and includes a variety of microclimates. Experience coastal beaches, old growth forests, famous waterfalls like Bridal Falls or intense vertical hikes up the Stewamus Chief.

* Please note: Many trails are seasonal due to the ski season restrictions, limited daylight and heavy snowfall during winter months.

* Also: Due to winter conditions on Highway 99, winter tires or tire chains may be required from October to March. Check Drive BC for current road conditions.



Sea to Sky Hiking Trails 

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Black Tusk Trail 9 km This trail may be used for hiking. 
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Deeks Lake Trail 6.7 km This trail may be used for hiking.This trail may contain steep areas. 
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Fitzsimmons Creek Trail .75 km This trail may be used for hiking.This trail may be equipped with or connects to a trail with public restrooms.This trail may contain steep areas. 
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Sea to Sky Trail First Leg 65 km This trail may be used for hiking.This trail may be equipped with or connects to a trail with public restrooms.This trail may contain steep areas. 
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Stawamus Chief First Peak 2 km This trail may be used for hiking.This trail may be equipped with or connects to a trail with public restrooms.This trail may contain steep areas. 
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Stawamus Chief Second Peak 1.85 km This trail may be used for hiking.This trail may be equipped with or connects to a trail with public restrooms.This trail may contain steep areas. 
  • Currently 2.5/5 Stars.
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Stawamus Chief Third Peak 2.7 km This trail may be used for hiking.This trail may be equipped with or connects to a trail with public restrooms.This trail may contain steep areas. 
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The Lions Binkert Trail 6.7 km This trail may be used for hiking.This trail may contain steep areas. 
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Valley Trail Whistler 14.5 km This trail may be used for hiking.This trail may be used for biking. 
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Legend

"Interesting Facts" Source: 2006 Census, Statistics Canada, Wikipedia, Environment Canada

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Interesting Facts
  • Squamish has one of the highest populations of wintering bald eagles in the world.

  • The Sea-to-Sky region is home to a large population of Arbutus menziesii trees native to Pacific Coast North America. These plants were the poster child for the highway versus tunnel on Eagleridge Bluffs debate of 2006.

  • The indigenous people of this region are the Skwxwú7mesh or Squamish.


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