Regional Whistler BC
Whistler : Squamish : Pemberton
British Columbia, Canada
Welcome to the Villages of Whistler, Squamish and Pemberton, B.C., Canada - A popular year round adventure and travel destination stretching from the ocean waters of Howe Sound in Squamish, B.C. to the mountain peaks in Whistler, B.C. down to the rivers and pastures of Pemberton, B.C. It is a wilderness region in British Columbia, Canada often referred to as Sea to Sky Country.
Sea to Sky Country provides a bevy of eco systems for play and travel. There are soaring mountain peaks, alpine lakes, river systems, flowering meadows, ocean channels, bird sanctuaries, wildlife sightings, waterfalls, parks, trails and so much more.
The main tourism communities include the communities of Squamish, Whistler and Pemberton. All are connected by the Sea to Sky Highway. A mountain driving route providing spectacular sightseeing opportunities. The City of Vancouver is just a two hour drive south from the Village of Whistler.
The communities listed on our Whistler eh Travel & Adventure website provide an assortment of amenities and services depending on the community. Some of the important services provided to travelers include tours, guides, attractions, outfitters, transportation and accommodations including mountain resorts, hotels, motels, cottages, lodges, vacation homes, bed and breakfasts, campgrounds, hostels and much more. (go to individual islands for contact information)
Sea to Sky Country in British Columbia, Canada is recognized as a top adventure destination around the world for both summer and winter seasons.
Winter Months - The Whistler, Squamish and Pemberton regions are blanketed in snow during the winter months therefore creating a winter wonderland of adventures, events and activities. Some of the more popular activities include downhill skiing, snowboarding, cross country skiing, heli-skiing, cat skiing, snowmobiling and snowshoeing.
Some of the top island activity and adventure destinations in Sea to Sky Country include Whistler Mountain, Lost Lake Trail, Flank Trail & Garibaldi Provincial Park (Whistler); Stawamus Chief, Four Lakes Trail & Smoke Bluffs (Squamish); and Pemberton Ice Fields & Birkenhead Lake (Pemberton).