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20 Travel Photos To Inspire You To Visit The Sea To Sky Squamish

In Aerial Photos + Video, Canada 150, Sea To Sky Corridor, Squamish Attractions by deast

The Sea To Sky region in Squamish has to be one of the most beautiful and diverse places in the world. We have world-class dive sites, world-famous rock climbing, mountain biking and hiking, international kiteboarding and windsurfing, and legendary fishing. Did you know this region is also the winter home of the bald eagle?

There’s a lot here that will surprise you, including the thousands of square kilometers of untouched wilderness that lay beyond the sea-level perspective.

We couldn’t possibly describe it all in words so we’re going to let these 20 photo’s do the talking.

A little Squamish history: quick fact

Squamish means ‘Mother of the Wind’. The traditional spelling is Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (pronounced Squ-HO-o-meesh) in the Skwxwú7mesh Snichim language of the Coast Salish Squamish Nation.

7 am grind. ? #nofilter #bc #whistler #hiking #mood #phresh #mountaintops #everyday #seatosky #sunday #vibes

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Alright then… back to nature. ?? here's a shot from what seems like a life time ago..( actually 6 weeks )??

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Sunset at Mount Garibaldi

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Mount Tantalus. . . . #hike #hiking #hikebc #mounttantalus #mountaineering #climbing #mountains

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Hope you're enjoying the weekend! Photo by @xasiax #pnwonderland

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Howling North wind out there. Made for awesome views of the Chief and the Sound. #exploresquamish #explorebc

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Early morning on the Sound. #exploresquamish #explorebc #howesound #squamish

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