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Looking out over the pilot’s shoulder out of the front window onto the Squamish mountains at sunset

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This Squamish sightseeing flight is the perfect gift for under $100

Birthdays are a time for fun, adventure and a little bit of something extraordinary. After all, you are celebrating another trip around the sun! At an Under $100, the Sea To Skypilot sightseeing flight is perfect for people who want to give an out-of-this-world gift experience without breaking the bank.

Sea To Skypilot Scenic Flight Quick Facts

  • 25-minutes long
  • 3500ft above sea level
  • Over 80 sq km covered
  • Flys all year-round: think snow-covered mountains and alpenglow in the winter, vibrant foliage in the fall, rushing waterfalls in the spring, emerald lakes and wildflower meadows in the summer
  • A few places you’ll visit: The Chief, Shannon Falls, Skypilot mountain, Mount Habrich, the Howe Sound, Goat Ridge

Buy a Sea To Skypilot Gift Card Here

Geographically, the Squamish mountains and the diverse oceanside landscapes is are of the most impressive place to see in BC. On the Sea To Skypilot guests take a 25-minute flight over the Howe Sound, Squamish Estuary and the Sea To Sky Highway, followed by an up-close view of the Coast Mountains including the tour’s namesake, Skypilot mountain, before returning with sweeping views over the Sea To Sky Gondola, Shannon Falls and the Stawamus Chief.

Why we think Squamish is one of the best places to visit near Vancouver

The Black Tusk, Elfin Lakes, Lake Lovley Water, Garibaldi Lake…need we say more. Squamish is home to some of the most photographed and visited natural wonders in southwestern British Columbia. You just have to take a look at Instagram to see what we mean. But, if you’re not someone who likes to battle against the crowds sightseeing flights are the ultimate escape – there simply isn’t another vantage point like it (without an 8-10 hour hike).

Did you know that the New York Times awarded Squamish a spot in its prestigious list of the best “52 Places To Go In 2015“? And it’s easy to see to see why! All the photos below were taken on the Sea To Sky Pilot sightseeing flight

 

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