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Squamish, BC, Canada
The Chief is the towering mountain above the town of Squamish, with an elevation of 600 meters. This mountain is a popular hiking destination that offers beautiful views of Howe Sound and Squamish.
Alice Lake which is located North of Squamish contains a network of hiking trails perfect for those looking to get outdoors for a nice walk. The four lake trails (Alice, Edith, Fawn and Stump Lake) offers a scenic easy hike that loops around the park and passes lakes, creeks, and grooves of Cedar, Hemlock and Douglas Fir trees.
Shannon Falls Provincial Park
Shannon Falls Provincial Park it is located 58 kilometers from Vancouver and 2 kilometers South of Squamish along the Sea to Sky Highway with a roaring 335 meter drop of cascading water is one of the tales waterfalls in BC. Enjoy an easy boardwalk to the misty base of the falls through towering trees and old grow stamps, surrounded by panoramic glacier views.
Squamish Gondola located near Squamish offers a spectacular Costal Mountain scenery, glaciers and, sub-alpine meadows making it one of the best places to go hiking, rock climbing, mountain biking, back country skiing, snow shoeing and much more.
The Squamish Estuary at the tip of the Howe Sound provides valuable habitat to more than 200 species of wintering and migrating birds as well as other species. The trails through the Estuary provide fantastic bird watching opportunities and one of the best views of the Stawamus Chief and Shannon Falls.
Downtown Squamish located at the North end of Howe Sound on the Sea to Sky Highway it is known as the Outdoor Recreation Capital of Canada. Some of the attractions in Squamish include Shannon Falls waterfalls, River rafting in the Elaho and Squamish rivers; wind surfing and kite surfing at the mouth of the Squamish River; Snowmobiling on nearby Brohm Ridge; and bold eagle viewing in the community of Brackendale, which has one of North America’s largest population of bold eagles. Squamish is also a popular destination among Greater Vancouver, mountain bikers, hikers, mountaineers and back country skiers.
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Stanley Park the largest and most beloved urban park in Vancouver, designated a national historic site of Canada has 400-ectare natural West Coast rainforest and scenic views of water, mountains, sky and majestic trees along the famous sea-wall as well as trails, beautiful beaches, local wildlife, great restaurants, and historical landmarks filled with adventures..
Science World located at the end of False Creek in Vancouver downtown, features many permanent interactive exhibits and display as well as areas with different topics throughout the year.
Vancouver Aquarium is located in Stanley Park in Vancouver. The Aquarium besides of being a tourist attraction it is also a center for marine research, conservation and marine rehabilitation. It is a MUST see icon.
Gastwon Vancouver oldest neighborhood that was designated a National Historic Site in 2009 located in the heart of downtown showcases culture, food and fashion for locals and visitors.
Grandville Island located across False Creek from downtown Vancouver it is both a locals’ and a visitors’ favorite. You will find merchants selling seafood, cheese and bread, fresh produce as well as theaters, culture and restaurants and unique attractions bringing millions of tourists each year.
Lonsdale Quay Market located on the waterfront in North Vancouver, the market offers a stunning view of Vancouver’s downtown. Inside the market you can enjoy more than 90 shops and services, plus restaurants and a play area for kids.
Westminster (Old Town) Quay Market located along the Fraser River was founded as the capital of the new-born Colony of British Columbia in 1958 until it was passed in population by Vancouver in the early 20th century. The market has lots to offer!
Whistler, BC, Canada
Brandywine Falls Provincial Park is one of the must see sights on the way to Whistler. The Park offers hiking, picnicking, mountain biking and viewing of the waterfall.
Whistler Village is located at the base of both Blackcomb and Whistler Mountain and is the place where locals and visitors mingle through the year taking advantage of the restaurants, shops and enjoying the outdoors adventures that offers.