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Britannia Mine Museum: A Look Into The Past, Present and Future

The Britannia Mine Museum is a site of rich history for Squamish and the Howe Sound. It could ...

The Britannia Mine Museum is a site of rich history for Squamish and the Howe Sound. It could even be thought of as the birthplace of industry in the Sea To Sky Corridor. What was once the biggest copper mine existing in the British Empire, has now become an exciting museum attraction educating passersby of its intriguing history.

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Sepia coloured photo men working in the forest to build Britannia Mine in the early 1900’s

From beginning to end, the Howe Sound extends for 42km from West Vancouver northwards to Squamish, within the traditional territory of the Coast Salis...

From beginning to end, the Howe Sound extends for 42km from West Vancouver northwards to Squamish, within the traditional territory of the Coast Salis...

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 sights...

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The Sea To Sky corridor is like no other place on earth. It is a stretch of mountains, valleys, wetlands, lakes, fjords, volcanoes, canyons, peaks, gl...

The Sea To Sky corridor is like no other place on earth. It is a stretch of mountains, valleys, wetlands, lakes, fjords, volcanoes, canyons, peaks, gl...

The Sea To Sky corridor is like no other place on earth. It is a stretch of mountains, valleys, wetlands, lakes, fjords, volcanoes, canyons, peaks, glaciers, and coves that runs from Horseshoe Bay through Squamish and Whistler to the Pemberton Valley. As the old adage goes you should “keep your feet on the ground when your head’s in the clouds...

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Black Tusk, arguably the crown jewel of the Garibaldi Provincial Park. Soon to be painted white with the winter snow! 🌨
It feels very powerful in this year of uncertainty taking a moment to remember those that gave so much. Lest we forget.