- RT @WhistlerTransit: The Lost Lake Shuttle stop will now be at the entrance to Lost Lake Park on Blackcomb Way due to toad migration.… https://t.co/gXkgJQY6Qs — 1 week 5 days ago
- RT @woods_canada: #MelbaAdam recap their @SeaToSkyTrailBC adventure: http://t.co/VUkU5Ou27H #WoodsExplorer http://t.co/Ax9W7v5yoA — 2 years 1 month ago
- RT @StephenHui: Sea to Sky Marine Trail opens to kayakers and canoeists in #HoweSound http://t.co/7xL6K7ASeV @bcmtna @SeaToSkyTrailBC http:… — 2 years 2 months ago
- Amazing day with @LGJudithGuichon, @squamishnation,@TCTrail . http://t.co/ntwq9rUZjJ. Get out on the Sound! http://t.co/w6URoKPxjp — 2 years 2 months ago
- We're on stunning #HoweSound today for the opening of Sea to Sky Marine Trail. http://t.co/AVswhrkzbe — 2 years 2 months ago
The Sea to Sky Trail is one of the crowning features of the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District (SLRD). Beginning at the Squamish waterfront and running north for 180km through the Sea to Sky Corridor to D’Arcy, the trail links the Pacific Ocean in the south to the snow-capped Coast Mountains to the north.
With the June 14 2015 opening of the Sea to Sky Marine Trail, the first saltwater trail to be incorporated into the Trans-Canada Trail, the Sea to Sky Trail is now also connected, via traditional Squamish Nation pathways and trade routes, to the Lower Mainland and Sunshine Coast.
Whether you are enjoying supernatural views of the cascading Brandywine Falls, watching the Callaghan River rage from a suspended bridge, or simply enjoying a stroll through the forest, you are sure to be amazed.
This non-motorized, multi-use trail is open year-round for activities such as: walking, running, hiking or biking in the summer, and snowshoeing or cross-country skiing in the winter. Parts of the trails around Whistler, Squamish and Pemberton, including the Valley Trail and Squamish Corridor Trail, are maintained year-round with snow clearing and debris removal for pedestrian access. These sections are also paved to enable further accessibility to wheelchairs and strollers.
As this is an extensive project, some sections of the trail are not yet complete or still under construction. Please ensure that you are prepared by checking out the Ready to Ride Guide.
New! Download the GPS coordinates of the trail from Squamish to Whistler.
For more information, please contact:
SLRD Parks & Trails Coordinator
Telephone: (604) 894-6371