Maps

Whistler Map

Whistler Village
Welcome to Whistler Sign
Brandywine Falls
Tantalus Lookout
Stawamus Chief
Sea to Sky Gondola
Shannon Falls
Britannia Beach
Furry Creek
Porteau Cove
Howe Sound
Horseshoe Bay
Home Base (Eagle Harbour)
Whistler Village

Whistler Village is the heart of one of the top destinations in North America; Whistler Blackcomb. Originally settled by trappers and prospectors in the 1920s, the resort area known as Whistler was opened in 1966. Host Mountain of the 2010 Winter Olympics, Whistler is known around the world for its glacial mountains, spectacular scenery, and year-round recreational opportunities.

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Welcome to Whistler Sign

As you approach the Resort Municipality of Whistler, this large sign welcomes you and provides a perfect opportunity for a photo of you and the exotic cars.

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Brandywine Falls

This provincial park marks the trailhead to the famed Black Tusk Peak, well known for its hiking and biking trails. The Brandywine Falls are a spectacular drop of water as part of Brandywine Creek, which originates in the Powder Mountain icefield.

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Tantalus Lookout

Stunning views of the Tantalus Mountain range, a subrange of the Pacific Coast Mountains can be seen from this lookout. The snow-covered peaks are a favoured by climbers, photographers, filmmakers and wildlife of all kinds.

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Stawamus Chief

The second largest granite monolith in the world, the Stawamus Chief towers 700 metres over Howe Sound. In recent years, the mountain has become a world-class rock-climbing destination, attracting thousands of enthusiasts every year. The glacier-polished granite is also a popular nesting area for Peregrine Falcons, which can be seen soaring high above the ocean.

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Sea to Sky Gondola

Watch the exotic cars get smaller and smaller as the Sea to Sky Gondola takes you 885 metres above sea level.  Your 10-minute ride to the Summit Lodge provides sweeping views of Howe Sound, the majestic coastal forest and surrounding mountains, as you literally ascend from sea to sky.   The Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge connecting the spectacular viewing platforms at the top will take your breath away and leave you feeling like you touched the sky.

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Shannon Falls

Shannon Falls, the third highest waterfall in British Columbia, is a spectacular sight and sound. Immediately across the highway is the Darrell Bay Ferry Terminal, which provides an excellent opportunity for photos with the exotic cars and a beautiful backdrop.

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Britannia Beach

One of the first industrialized sites on the route, Britannia Beach is also home to the Britannia Mine Museum, commemorating what was the largest copper mine in the British Empire. Now a National Historic Site of Canada, the mine and beach were accessible only by ferry and rail until 1965.

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Furry Creek

Famed to be BC’s most scenic golf course, Furry Creek is a stunning par 72, 18-hole golf course designed by Robert Muir Graves. Soaring views of the ocean and surrounding mountains provide a panoramic view of the entire Howe Sound area.

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Porteau Cove

It doesn’t get much more scenic than this. A stop at Porteau Cove Provincial Park will allow you to have photos taken with the cars with 360 degrees of pristine landscape for your choice of a perfect backdrop. Or stretch your legs with a walk down the promenade wharf.

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Howe Sound

With its mouth at the Strait of Georgia, Howe Sound lies between West Vancouver and the Sunshine Coast, and extends 42 kilometres to Squamish. Several islands can be seen in the Sound, and the area is popular with boaters of all kinds. The steep-sided shores funnel ocean breezes, creating high winds that have shaped the trees into their characteristic, windblown profile.

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Horseshoe Bay

A small community of 1,000 residents, Horseshoe Bay sits on the western tip of West Vancouver, at the entrance to Howe Sound. A BC Ferries terminal provides vehicle service for visitors of the popular vacation destinations of Vancouver Island, the Sunshine Coast and Bowen Island.

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Home Base (Eagle Harbour)

Eagle Harbour is a neighbourhood within West Vancouver, one of the wealthiest communities in Canada. Home to Canada’s first shopping centre, Park Royal, and Cypress Mountain Resort, West Vancouver is on the southeast shore of Howe Sound, north of Vancouver, and can be accessed by the Lion’s Gate Bridge or the Second Narrows Bridge.

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Sea-to-Sky Map

Sea to Sky Gondola
Britannia Beach
Furry Creek
Porteau Cove
Howe Sound
Horseshoe Bay
Home Base (Eagle Harbour)
Sea to Sky Gondola

Watch the exotic cars get smaller and smaller as the Sea to Sky Gondola takes you 885 metres above sea level.  Your 10-minute ride to the Summit Lodge provides sweeping views of Howe Sound, the majestic coastal forest and surrounding mountains, as you literally ascend from sea to sky.   The Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge connecting the spectacular viewing platforms at the top will take your breath away and leave you feeling like you touched the sky.

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Britannia Beach

One of the first industrialized sites on the route, Britannia Beach is also home to the Britannia Mine Museum, commemorating what was the largest copper mine in the British Empire. Now a National Historic Site of Canada, the mine and beach were accessible only by ferry and rail until 1965.

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Furry Creek

Famed to be BC’s most scenic golf course, Furry Creek is a stunning par 72, 18-hole golf course designed by Robert Muir Graves. Soaring views of the ocean and surrounding mountains provide a panoramic view of the entire Howe Sound area.

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Porteau Cove

It doesn’t get much more scenic than this. A stop at Porteau Cove Provincial Park will allow you to have photos taken with the cars with 360 degrees of pristine landscape for your choice of a perfect backdrop. Or stretch your legs with a walk down the promenade wharf.

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Howe Sound

With its mouth at the Strait of Georgia, Howe Sound lies between West Vancouver and the Sunshine Coast, and extends 42 kilometres to Squamish. Several islands can be seen in the Sound, and the area is popular with boaters of all kinds. The steep-sided shores funnel ocean breezes, creating high winds that have shaped the trees into their characteristic, windblown profile.

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Horseshoe Bay

A small community of 1,000 residents, Horseshoe Bay sits on the western tip of West Vancouver, at the entrance to Howe Sound. A BC Ferries terminal provides vehicle service for visitors of the popular vacation destinations of Vancouver Island, the Sunshine Coast and Bowen Island.

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Home Base (Eagle Harbour)

Eagle Harbour is a neighbourhood within West Vancouver, one of the wealthiest communities in Canada. Home to Canada’s first shopping centre, Park Royal, and Cypress Mountain Resort, West Vancouver is on the southeast shore of Howe Sound, north of Vancouver, and can be accessed by the Lion’s Gate Bridge or the Second Narrows Bridge.

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