10 Photos To Inspire You To Visit The Cascade Mountains In BC

In Canada 150, Sea To Sky Corridor, Squamish Attractions by Vicky Farrand

The Cascade Mountains are home to some of the most magnificent landscapes in the world, so if you’re thinking of visiting British Columbia this year for the Canada 150 birthday celebrations make sure you add this place to your bucket list.

Related blog post: Where are the Cascade mountains? Plus 4 reasons to visit

Photos by Daman Beatty from Surrey604, taken on the Whistler Backcountry Air Safari.

Flying past the Chief in Squamish

View from out of the window flying over the Squamish river and downtown

View out of the window looking while flying over the Howe Sound in Squamish

View out of the sightseeing plane over Garibaldi Provincial Park

View from the window of the Sea To Sky Air sightseeing plane in winter

Looking at a glacier through the window of a Sea To Sky Air sightseeing plane

Sightseeing in Squamish over the Garibaldi Provincial Park with Sea To Sky Air

Sea To Sky Air sightseeing plane flying towards a mountain in the Cascade Mountains of British Columbia Canada

Looking out of the window of a Sea To Sky Air sightseeing plane our to a small alpine lake in Garibaldi Provincial Park

Looking through the cockpit window towards a mountain peak in Garibaldi Provincial Park on a sightseeing flight with Sea To Sky Air

The Cascade Mountains, also known as The Cascade Range (or just The Cascades), is a major mountain range of western North America. It extends from southern British Columbia through Washington and Oregon all the way to Northern California.

If you’re interested in booking a sightseeing flight with us to explore the Cascade Mountains near Squamish and Whistler this spring, please give us a call on 604 898 1975 or you can book online here.