Looking out over the Squamish Chief and the Howe Sound from a sightseeing flight with Sea To Sky Air

16 Photos To Inspire You To Visit The Howe Sound in Squamish

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Did you know that the Howe Sound is the world’s most southerly fjord? Yep, you won’t find a single fjord on earth below the latitude of the Howe Sound – which makes it a very special place indeed.

From beginning to end, the Howe Sound extends for 42km from West Vancouver northwards to Squamish, within the traditional territory of the Coast Salish First Nations. Dotted with islands, secret coves, and opportunities for marine wildlife spotting the Howe Sound is incredibly popular with hikers, paddle boarders, kite surfers, kayakers, and sightseeing tourists all year-round.

Here’s just a snippet of some of our favourite sights from around the Howe Sound.

Related post: Brief History Of The Howe Sound & How Ecotourism Can Protect It

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Winter stargazing at Porteau Cove just as the moon sets.

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Amazing aerial view over Howe Sound and Squamish. #seatoskyair #1inamillionsquamish

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If you’re interested in booking a sightseeing flight with us to explore the Squamish Howe Sounds from the air, please give us a call on 604 898 1975 or you can book online here.

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