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Horseshoe Bay Ferries Terminal

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Junction of Highway #99 and Trans Canada Highway #1
#99 Joins with the Trans Canada Highway #1. North to Squamish, BC, Whistler, BC, Lillooet, BC, Cache Creek, BC. South to Vancouver, BC. NOTE: For highway travel north via British Colunbis Highway #99 'The Sea to Sky Highway' - See Road Map Highway #99 Travel Guide - Cache Creek, BC yo Whistler, BC; West Vancouver, BC; for driving directions.

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West Vancouver, BC, City Limits
Attractions in and around West Vancouver: WinterSong Festival, The Festival features professional and emerging talent of all ages - Annual Pipes by the Sea, features band music from the Vancouver Police Pipe Band, Seaforth Highlanders Regimental Pipe Band, JP Fell Pipe Band, Calgary Fire Department Pipe Band, and the West Vancouver Youth Band. - Annual Harmony Arts Festival, features programs, events and concerts along the West Vancouver's waterfront. - Festival of Lights - Carol Ships & Bonfires.
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Village of Lion's Bay, BC
Driving north on the Sea to Sky Highway #99
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View Point Pullout
Driving north on the Sea to Sky Highway #99
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Porteau Cove BC, Provincial Park
Park Information. This park offers forty-four (44) vehicle accessible campsites, five (5) of which are double sites and two (2) are pull-through sites. There are also sixteen (16) walk-in campsites.
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Copper Mine Museum, BC - National Historic Site | Britannia Beach, B.C.
Town of Brittania, BC; sits next to a small creek which is considered by some to be one of the top ten sources of toxic pollution in North America. The creek is pleasant to look at but dumps tons of copper into Howe Sound yearly. By 1929, the Britannia mines were the largest copper producer in the British Commonwealth.
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Murren BC, Provincial Park
(Ocean side)
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Shannon Falls Provincial Park Turn Off
Shannon Falls is composed of a series of cliffs, rising 335 metres above Highway 99, making it the third highest falls in the province, ranking behind 481 metre Della Falls on Vancouver Island and 396 metre Hunlen Falls in Bella Coola.
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Stawamus Chief Provincial Park
700 metre massive granite cliffs that stand at the southern entrance to Squamish on the scenic Sea to Sky Highway. Watch for climbers on the second largest (rock of Gibraltar is 1st) granite monolith in the world. A climbing destination of international renown
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Town of Squamish, BC
Visitor Information, Services. Gateway to one of the best scenic outdoor playlands in the world. World famous for rock climbing, windsurfing, hiking, mountain biking, ski touring, fishing, golf, kayaking, canoeing, rafting, eagle watching. Squamish, BC, is located at the tip of Howe Sound. Attractions in and around Squamish, BC: West Coast Railway Heritage Park, has one of the largest collection of railway rolling stock and artifacts in Canada. - BC Museum of Mining designated as a National Historic Site, activities, displays and guided underground tours. - The Squamish Spit, The Spit is a long breakwater located at the mouth of the Squamish River, BC.
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Diamond Head Area Turnoff
Park Information. Garibaldi Park is a favourite destination of outdoor enthusiasts: it offers a range of hiking opportunities on well-developed trails from a few hours to a few days, using map and compass. Garibaldi Park has an interesting geological background as it was created by volcanic action which formed many of the parks peaks; the Black Tusk, Price Mountain, The Table, Mount Garibaldi, the Cinder Cone and the Glacier Pikes just to name a few. Lava from Clinker Peak created The Barrier. Behind this natural dam 300 metre deep Garibaldi Lake was formed.
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Village of Brackendale, BC
The Squamish area has the greatest concentration of wintering bald eagles in the world. Between November and March, literally thousands of eagles call Squamish / Brackendale home. In 1994 3,700 eagles where counted in one day along the 15 kilometre stretch of the Squamish Valley. Local tour operators provide rafting tours and walking tours. An excellent way to go, as the Eagle's habitat is protected and there is limited access to these areas. Check with your local tour provider to maximize your experience.
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Alice Lake BC,Provincial Park Turn Off
Park Information. This park offers 108 vehicle accessible campsites. 82 of these sites can accommodate a large camper with trailer; 11 are medium sized sites; and 3 are small sites. There are 11 double sites. The campsite is set in forest cover and the sites are quite shaded. Sites are not on the lakeshore but are set back in the forest.
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Black Tusk/Garibaldi Lake Area, BC
Just a short drive from the highway is the trailhead up to Garibali Lake, BC. The trail is well groomed and among the most beautiful in BC.
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Brew Creek Lodge
Access from highway.
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Brandywine Falls BC, Provincial Park
Park Information. This park offers vehicle accessible campsites on a first-come, first-served basis - campsite reservations are not accepted. There are 15 sites. There are no pull-through or double sites available.
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Whistler, BC Village Resort
One of the worlds renowned and finest tourist and recreation destinations. Home to Whistler/Blackcomb Mountain ski areas providing some of the world's best skiing. All Services and amentities. One of the potential spots for the 2010 Winter Olympics. Start/Finish of highway travel guide. -e