Trail News & Events


December 2020 - Construction on Gord's Garden complete

The Squamish-Lillooet Regional District is celebrating the completion of a seven-kilometre section of the Sea to Sky Trail, with the construction of Gord’s Garden.

Gord’s Garden is named in honour of the Sea to Sky Trail’s first project manager, and long-time trails advocate, Gordon McKeever.

The trail section is located between Whistler and Pemberton and follows the Green River, passing through a prehistoric rock avalanche site known as the Rock Garden.

This portion of the Sea to Sky Trail construction was funded with a grant from Trans Canada Trail and the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District. With this latest addition, there are now 126 kilometres of Sea to Sky Trail constructed between Squamish and D’Arcy, B.C.

The news release is available here:

August 2020 – Construction begins on Gord’s Garden

The latest section of the Sea to Sky Trail, Gord’s Garden, in honour of the Trail’s first Project Manager, Gordon McKeever, is under construction! This 6 km section of trail is funded by Trans Canada Trail Foundation and the SLRD. Gord’s Garden will connect the Derailacon section north of Wedgewoods to the Pemberton Racetrack on Green River Forest Service Road. When complete (scheduled for December 2020)  the trail will be continuous from Brandywine Falls in the south to  the Green River FSR!







June 15, 2015 - The Georgia Straight - Sea to Sky Marine Trail opens to kayakers and canoeists in Howe Sound

December 15, 2014 - - Whistler's new Lost Lake north and Cheakamus River bridges now open

June 26, 2013 - The Georgia Straight - The Sea to Sky Trail Offers a Breathtaking Workout       

November 2011 - New Nairn Falls Connector Trail complete