Where extreme athleticism and natural beauty converge, you find the Sea to Sky Corridor. Located against the backdrop of southwest British Columbia, the region is dotted with crystal-clear lakes and punctuated by the soaring Coast Mountains. “The Corridor,” as it is often called, includes the picturesque communities of Squamish and Whistler before culminating in the fertile Pemberton Valley.
The cosmopolitan port city of Vancouver has a lot going for it as a tourist destination: spectacular scenery, a bustling downtown core and public market, the world-renowned Stanley Park, celebrated galleries and museums, family-friendly attractions, North America’s third largest Chinatown, and unique commercial areas for browsing and café hopping.
Located halfway between Vancouver and Whistler along the scenic Sea to Sky Highway, Squamish used to be known as a sleepy forest-industry town and rest stop between the two better-known destinations. But with its strategic location at the head of the spectacular fjord known as Howe Sound, its place as a rock-climbing mecca punctuated by the signature granite monolith the Stawamus Chief and the opening of the Sea to Sky Gondola, Squamish has earned wide acclaim as a tourist destination.
Nestled in the heart of the Coast Mountains, Pemberton is a small, unassuming town. But despite its deceptively sleepy ambiance, it is home to community of outdoor enthusiasts. Whether it’s skiing steep chutes on the on the surrounding mountains, jumping off cliffs on snowmobiles or hiking from cabin to cabin through the backcountry, Pemberton's people make a lifestyle out of enjoying their natural playground.