Vancouver acts as a gateway to Canada’s great outdoors, be it along the Pacific Coast or up in the Pacific Ranges and is famous for its fresh, local seafood! Visit Stanley Park which offers a backdrop of majestic cedar, hemlock and fir trees; Granville Island, a hidden gem for local chefs, live music fans, and families and take a walk along the English Bay. Climb aboard the underground train and pan for real gold at the Britannia Mine Museum, then step onto the swaying planks of Capilano Suspension Bridge. Your journey continues as you drive Highway 99 also known as the ‘Sea-to-Sky Highway’, to visit Canada’s most famous ski resort. A possible stop on route in Squamish at the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre, a favourite destination for years, completes your west coast experience. Continue to Whistler, sitting at the feet of two immense mountains: Whistler and Blackcomb. Surrounding the village, this rugged region is a mix of untamed rivers, teal-blue lakes, unending forests, and volcanic peaks. Together, these impressive landscapes make it the biggest winter sports area in North America.
SITES & ACTIVITES
Stanley Park | Granville Island | English Bay | Britannia Mine Museum | Capilano Suspension Bridge | Lonsdale Quary Market | Shannon Falls | Squamish | Whistler | Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre
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TRANSPORTATION & FLIGHTS
PERFORMANCE & FESTIVAL OPPORTUNITIES