Sea to Sky

Explore nature’s playground and fuel your thirst for outdoor adventure and craft beer.

A thrill-seeker's playground, the Sea to Sky Ale Trail is where the mountains meet the ocean, and craft beer brings adventurers together in Squamish, Whistler, Pemberton and Lillooet.

Midway along the Sea to Sky Highway, one of North America’s most scenic stretches of highway, you’ll find the small town of Squamish. Nestled between rock and sea, brimming with natural beauty, and guarded by the majestic Stawamus Chief, is it regarded by many as the outdoor recreation capital of Canada: a mecca for rock-climbing, mountain biking, hiking, and windsurfing. And after you’re done exploring, you’ll be happy to know that Squamish is home to a bustling craft beer scene. 

Head to Backcountry Brewing, a welcoming community hub with nostalgic 1970s ski hut décor. Plus, the beer list is endless and the pizza is fantastic. Nearby, A-FRAME Brewing offers a lakeside cabin vibe in its cozy, family-friendly tasting room and patio complete with fire pits and views of the local mountains. And at the southern end of downtown, you’ll find Howe Sound Brewing. Dating back to 1996 and recently named Canada’s Brewery of the Year (2022 Canadian Brewing Awards), it’s the original Squamish brewery and operates as a brewpub, restaurant, and inn with the best outdoor patio in town—take our word for it, the views are spectacular.

The next stop is the heart of the Sea to Sky: Whistler, a playground for the adventurer and a haven for those seeking the finer delights in life. Whether you want to shred powder-packed peaks, send some gnarly lines, or simply shop ‘till you drop, one thing’s for sure: you’re going to get thirsty. Only steps from the Olympic Plaza, you’ll find High Mountain Brewing, aka the “BrewHouse.” Serving some of the best food in town, coupled with a solid beer list, this is a great spot to sit back and relax. Next, head south to Function Junction, Whistler’s industrial zone with a twist that is home to two breweries. The first one you’ll come across is Whistler Brewing, which dates back to 1989. Just around the corner, you’ll find Coast Mountain Brewing, where you can experience the taste of the Sea to Sky, soak up the vibrant atmosphere, and rub shoulders with the locals. Next door, harness your inner lumberjack and enjoy a selection of local craft beer at Forged Axe Throwing.

Leave the lively resort town of Whistler behind and take the road less travelled to the small town of Pemberton, an outdoor recreation destination. Sitting at the foot of the majestic Mount Currie, you’ll find Pemberton Brewing Co. The location is prime for mountain bike enthusiasts with an impressive network of trails nearby, and you’ll struggle to find a brewery in a more scenic setting than this. On the other side of the valley is The Beer Farmers, which is based out of a charming, rustic barn, producing farm-to-glass beer on land that has been farmed by the Miller family for four generations. 

Continue along some of the most picturesque roads you’ll ever encounter to the beautiful village of Lillooet, which is home to an excellent brewery of its own. Lillooet Brewing has a comfortable tasting room and big outdoor patio that boasts some panoramic views. It will be impossible to put your camera down while you sip a tasty flight!

Day 1

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Travel Info

Drive from Vancouver along the stunning Sea to Sky Highway, approximately 1 hour.

cafe
Sunflower Bakery & Cafe
38086 Cleveland Avenue, Squamish, BC

Famed for their fun, themed donuts, this downtown bakery & café offers 49th Parallel coffees as well as fresh bread, pastries, pies, sausage rolls, soup, sandwiches and salads.

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Climbing Tour with Squamish Via Ferrata - Squamish
Sea to Sky Gondola, 36800 BC-99, Squamish, BC

Your journey begins at the top of the Sea to Sky Gondola, where you will be fitted with a climbing harness and helmet. Your guide will lead you on a short hike through beautiful old-growth forest to a stunning viewpoint high above Howe Sound. The Via Ferrata route starts where the guide clips you into the safety cable and your adventure begins!

brewery
37801 Cleveland Ave, Squamish, BC

Howe Sound Brewing offers house-made pub classics and seasonal dishes that focus on freshness & unique flavours! With options that are sure to satisfy your post-adventure cravings and pair with any of our craft beer on tap! The rustic Brewpub has space for your family and friends, with impressive views of the Stawamus Chief and surrounding mountains.

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Skwelwil'em Squamish Estuary Wildlife Management Area
Bailey Street, Squamish, BC

Located at the tip of the Howe Sound and bordered by the Spit on the west, the Squamish Estuary provides a gentle stroll offering some of the best local unobstructed views of the Stawamus Chief and is home to literally hundreds of species of birds and other habitants.

37760 2 Ave #103, Squamish, BC

A locally born unique craft cidery in downtown Squamish.

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The Copper Coil Still & Grill
37996 Cleveland Ave, Squamish, BC

Bringing together the character of New Orleans with the beauty and bounty of the Pacific Northwest, the menu utilizes regional and seasonal ingredients. Unique, delicious dishes are hand crafted to satisfy, while in keeping with the spirit of the fresh ingredients.

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Howe Sound Inn
37801 Cleveland Ave, Squamish, BC

A character northwest inn with everything you need to enjoy a relaxing stay.

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Be sure to stop in at the SquamishVisitor Information Centre for a full list of activities and attractions to explore.

Find your ride! Ranked by Mountain Bike Magazine as one of the top 25 wildest, most exotic places to ride in the world, Squamish is hardwired for adventure and one of the most talked-about destinations for outdoor lovers in North America. From famous free-ride trails to gnarly wilderness single-track and cruisy rainforest trails, you will not run out of single track in Squamish.

Chase a waterfall! Squamish is home of the third highest waterfall in BC. Just south of Squamish on the Sea to Sky Highway is Shannon Falls Provincial Park. A small park, adjacent to the Stawamus Chief Provincial Park, it is home of the third highest waterfall in British Columbia. Originating from the alpine massif below Sky Pilot Mountain and the Stadium Glacier, Shannon Creek tumbles some 335m down, over granite cliffs, to the valley below.

Explore New Heights! Stawamus Chief Provincial Park protects the 700 metre massive granite cliffs that stand at the southern entrance to Squamish on the scenic Sea to Sky Highway. Or take a ride on the Sea to Sky Gondola where you’ll be treated to commanding views of the Howe Sound and its coastal mountains.

Day 2

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cafe
Fox & Oak
1396 Main Street, Squamish, BC

This community coffee and bakehouse features naturally leavened brioche doughnuts and a rotating list of multiple coffee roasts that showcase changing regions, styles, and seasons.

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Britannia Mine Museum
1 Forbes Way, Britannia Beach, BC

Britannia Mine Museum offers visitors plenty of things to see and do – from guided underground tours to self-led exploration of the social history of Britannia Beach. The 10-acre site is itself an exhibit providing unique access to an important piece of Canadian history.

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The Locavore Bar & Grill
1861 Mamquam Road, Squamish, BC

What began as The Locavore Food Truck, has grown into a full-service Bar & Grill. Grab your Locavore favourite to go for lunch, or enjoy them in the new dining space and bar. Located at The Squamish Town Hub, the menu features a popular assortment of burgers, sandwiches, soups and salads.

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The Squamish Town Hub

Squamish Town Hub, is a unique shopping & dining hub for the entire family celebrating local, healthy & active lifestyle. The space includes a real fruit ice cream shop, food truck, coffee and dining venues and boutique shops. Together, they form a bustling destination and community gathering place where you’ll find locally-made goods for your home and tastebuds.

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1 - 38927 Queens Way, Squamish, BC

A-FRAME Brewing offers a “lakeside-meets-the-mountains” cabin vibe in its cozy, family-friendly tasting room and expansive patio with fire pits.

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Squamish Mural Walk

The Squamish Mural Walk is a free, year-round self-guided tour of the 20+ murals in Downtown Squamish which includes new and existing murals. Experience the diverse local cultures, history, and heritage of Squamish dating back to 2000 at your own pace.

brewery
405-1201 Commercial Place, Squamish, BC

Backcountry Brewing is a community hub in Squamish. Along with a wide selection of beer enjoy delicious pizzas and snacks from the kitchen.

tap-house
8-38918 Progress Way, Squamish, BC

A small-batch craft distillery. With a world-class cocktail lounge and tasting room, owners Alex and Jonny envisioned a distillery that locals could call their own; a distillery that produces the finest spirits that will exhilarate your senses.

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Find a place to stay in Squamish

From boutique to budget, you're one step closer to finding your ideal adventure base in Squamish.

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Blazing Saddles Adventures. Discover the natural beauty and diverse ecosystem of Squamish on a high-end E-Bike. Any level of biking ability will enjoy our friendly Eco-Tour which guides you through the most scenic vistas of Squamish from river to ocean. Exclusively offering only high-end Canadian made Devinci E-Bike rentals.

Sea to Sky Air. Explore Beyond The Boundaries. Guided, unforgettable flights of British Columbia’s volcanic parks, deep fjords, glacial peaks, & Pacific west coast.

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Peckinpaw. Carolina BBQ, bourbon and craft beer.

The Salted Vine. Taste of the Pacific Northwest and an upscale dining experience in the heart of downtown Squamish.

Fergies Cafe. Located at Sunwolf Riverside Resort and offers fantastic locally-sourced brunch and lunch at a beautiful, lush riverside setting.

Day 3

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Travel

Drive to Whistler, BC (approximately 40 minutes).

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Brandywine Falls Provincial Park

Brandywine Falls (the spectacular 70-metre waterfall) is best seen from the viewpoint which is an easy walk to get to and also presents some amazing views of Daisy Lake and the surrounding mountains. This park provides opportunities for hiking, picnicking, mountain biking, and viewing of the waterfall. Note: The park is CLOSED during the winter season, and during the peak season parking is limited, so it is best to consider setting off early!

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Purebread

A family bakery established in Whistler with one simple mission: to bake delicious bread, savouries, cakes & treats that bring a smile to peoples' faces.

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Valley Trail

The Valley Trail connects all Whistler's neighbourhoods from Function Junction in the south to Emerald in the north, passing through the Village, Upper Village and Creekside as well as other residential areas on the way. Explore more than 46 km of trail by walking, running, cycling, skating or rollerblading. Open year-round with sections maintained in winter for walking, cross country skiing and fat biking.

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1045 Millar Creek Rd, Whistler, BC

The brewery features a solid line up of core beers and seasonals and the kitchen serves light snacks, nachos and pizza.

tap-house
1208 Alpha Road, Whistler, BC

Learn to throw axes like a Canadian lumberjack with Forged. No experience necessary, come throw today! Serving canned local craft beer in the lounge.

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2 - 1212 Alpha Lake, Whistler, BC

Coast Mountain embraces community, the landscape and wildlife of the Sea-to-Sky region. You'll find a cozy tasting room and covered outdoor patio.

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Hunter Gather Eatery & Taphouse
101 - 4368 Main Street, Whistler, BC

Celebrating mountain life with craft beer and local fare. The menu features house-smoked BBQ meats, and thoughtful vegetarian and vegan dishes paired alongside locally-crafted beer and BC boutique wines. A casual counter-order concept where families, friends, locals, and travellers come together.

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Vallea Lumina

A multimedia night walk in pursuit of hidden wonders. Ignite your senses with an immersive light show set in the forested surrounds of Cougar Mountain. An unforgettable evening adventure perfect for all ages, groups and families. Shows start every 30 minutes with start times varying throughout the season based on sunset hours.

accommodation
Find a place to stay in Whistler!

Find a wide range of accommodation options in Whistler Village, from cozy condos to high-end resorts. Visit the link above for more information and rates.

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Be sure to stop in at the Whistler Visitor Information Centre for a full list of activities and attractions to explore.

True to its bold and cultured character, Whistler’s offering of experiences lets you indulge all of the senses. From the cultural to the culinary, the educational to the entertaining, our boutique shops, museums, restaurants, galleries, events, and festivals deliver countless options for all in all seasons.

WINTER: Be it the waist-deep powder, the excitement of snowmobiling, or the quiet of snowshoeing in the forest, Whistler is a winter wonderland.

SUMMER: Bungee jumping, alpine hiking, bike trails, and more! Whistler offers everything you’d want in summer.

More EATS: Naked Sprout. Locally owned and operated vegetarian and plant-based café & eatery. Offering a healthy and comforting menu including hearty salads, wraps, grilled sandwiches, seasonal soups & stews, raw desserts and many breakfast options. All items are made in house with an abundance of gluten-free options.

Day 4

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Peaked Pies
4369 Main St #105, Whistler, BC

Bright, Australian-inspired bakery & cafe specializing in meat pies, plus tarts & crumbles, Artisan Coffee, and breakfast pies.

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PEAK 2 PEAK 360 Experience
4545 Blackcomb Way, Whistler, BC

Guinness World Record-breaking gondola. 360-degree view of alpine vistas, 50+km of hiking and walking trails and guided tours in summer or snowy sightseeing, and mountain-top meals in winter. Note: the gondola is CLOSED for maintenance between Thanksgiving and late November. It's best to check ahead of time at https://www.whistler.com/hours-of-operation/

brewery
4355 Blackcomb Way, Whistler, BC

The Brewhouse is located right next to Whistler Olympic Plaza in the heart of Whistler Village. Featuring fresh brewed craft beer, a full pub menu and open for lunch and dinner daily.

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Audain Art Museum
4350 Blackcomb Way, Whistler, BC

Established in 2016 and exemplifying the richness of cultural difference in Canada, the collection takes visitors on a transformative visual journey from the late 18th century to present. Experience the art of British Columbia, from the traditional works of the province’s First Peoples through to its contemporary masters.

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Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre
4584 Blackcomb Way, Whistler, BC

Learn about the art, history and culture of the Squamish and Lil’wat Nations. Hourly guided tours, interactive exhibits and gift shop.

tap-house
4573 Chateau Blvd, Whistler, BC

Quench your thirst and delight your palate at Whistler’s original craft beer bar. Note: no food.

liquor-store
1-4573 Chateau Boulevard, Whistler, BC

Whistler’s home for the finest in local and international wines, beers, and spirits. And located right next to the Fitzsimmons Pub

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The Mexican Corner
12 -4340 Sundial Crescent, Whistler, BC

From the busy streets of Mexico City to the best Whistler restaurants. Embark on a culinary journey to the rich culture of Mexico with fresh, authentic flavours using quality ingredients. Unlike any other restaurants in Whistler village, you can expect a true fusion of modern mountain life with vibrant Mexican Folklore.

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The Raven Room
4299 Blackcomb Way, Whistler, BC

Whistler’s premier cocktail bar & eatery. Inspired by Mountain surroundings, their dishes showcase sustainably sourced ingredients from the Pacific Northwest. Through a combination of quality spirits and time-proven techniques they create thoughtfully delicious and innovative cocktails.

accommodation
Find a place to stay in Whistler!

Find a wide range of accommodation options in Whistler Village, from cozy condos to high-end resorts. Visit the link above for more information and rates.

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The Scandinave Spa is a Nordic-inspired oasis on the edge of Lost Lake Park featuring hot and cold plunge pools, a wood-burning Finnish sauna, eucalyptus steam room and massage facilities.  Take a walk or snowshoe in the forest and then rejuvenate in Whistler’s most unique health and wellness spa.

Around Whistler no matter which direction you take you’ll quickly find yourself in the forest, or by a lake – even if you only have an afternoon to spend. From Cheakamus Crossing you’ll find awesome hikes to both the Train Wreck – a set of abandoned rail cars turned art installation – and the beautiful Cheakamus Lake. When you finish you’re right across from Function Junction where you’ll find both of Whistler’s popular breweries.

Day 5

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Travel

Drive to Pemberton, BC approximately 30 minutes.

activity
One Mile Lake Loop

A family-friendly lake and a popular summer spot for locals. Take the easy 1.6 km loop trail around the lake and enjoy the views of the surrounding area. If time allows venture further with a hike to Nairn Falls via the Sea to Sky Trail.

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Mount Currie Coffee Co
7331 Arbutus St #2, Pemberton, BC

Kick off your day with a sustainably sourced specialty coffee and pair it with either their tasty breakfast burritos or fresh baked goods.

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Grimm's Deli
106-7433 Frontier St, Pemberton, BC

Grab a sandwich, burger, or pizza at this family restaurant located conveniently in downtown Pemberton.

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Copper Cayuse Outfitters
7830 Pemberton Meadows Rd, Pemberton, BC

The premier horseback riding tour company in British Columbia’s Sea to Sky corridor, offering hourly horseback trips in Pemberton valley, full and half-day rides in the Birkenhead backcountry, and multi-day trips into the wilderness areas of Tenquille Lake and Historic Li-lik-hel Gold Mine. We have rides and expeditions to fit every adventurer, from beginners and families to experienced outdoor adventurers. BOOKING NOTE: This is a SEASONAL activity and typically offers rides from APRIL-SEPTEMBER, closing for Winter, please check their site for more details.

brewery
8324 Meadows Rd, Pemberton, BC

Experience Pemberton’s countryside at this fourth-generation organic family farm and brewery located on a huge acreage surrounded by mountains.

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Sunstone Bar & Grill
1730 Airport Rd, Pemberton, BC

Enjoy classic pub fare and unwind on one of their covered patios overlooking the scenic views.

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Pemberton Valley Lodge
1490 Sea-to-Sky Hwy, Pemberton, BC

A charming hotel surrounded by stunning coastal mountains, making it the perfect base for all of Pemberton’s four seasons of adventure.

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Be sure to stop in at the Pemberton Visitor Information Centre for a full list of activities and attractions to explore.

Blackcomb Helicopters offers year-round sightseeing tours of the Pemberton Valley and Ts’zil (Mt Currie). Join them for a 15-minute tour over the Pemberton Valley, or a 24-minute tour behind the impressive Ts’zil (Mt Currie).

FALL/SPRING: Pemberton invites you to explore a variety of fall recreation including hiking/walking trails, mountain biking, and horseback riding trails as well as fishing adventures, and more. Experience Pemberton adventures from new heights with Sea to Sky Paragliding, offering tandem flights. Explore the natural, untouched beauty of the Coast Mountains from the water with Whistler Jet Boating.

WINTER: Pemberton and the surrounding area offer up a winter wonderland with ample recreation opportunities for the outdoor sports enthusiast including backcountry and cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and more. Winter at Broken Boundary Adventures offers a variety of ways to experience Pemberton, from back-country snowmobiling tours to ice fishing!

SUMMER: Pemberton offers easy access to a variety of world-class summer recreation including hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding trails as well as wonderful camping opportunities, agri-tourism, scenic flights, water activities, and more. For golf lovers, Pemberton is known for its golf courses, offering two spectacular 18-hole courses at the base of Mount Currie. So come play a round at either Big Sky Golf Club or Sunstone Golf Club.

 

Day 6

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restaurant
Town Square Restaurant
7439 Frontier St, Pemberton, BC

Weekend brunch at Town Square Restaurant is a mix of creative bennys, classic breakfasts, and wholesome lunch options.

activity
Mountain Bike the Pemberton Trails

Adventure-seekers will enjoy mountain biking on Pemberton’s vast network of trails, built and maintained by the Pemberton Valley Trails Association.

brewery
1936 Stonecutter Place Units 5 and 6, Pemberton, BC

This small craft brewery is located in the Pemberton Industrial Park with a comfortable tasting room and a great new 4-season patio where you can check out everything going on at the brewery, grab a pint or a flight, fill your growlers and pick up the packaged product. Its location is ideal for cyclists enjoying any of the many nearby trails.

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Mile One Eating House
#107 - 7330 Arbutus Street, Pemberton, BC

Offers a great selection of local craft beer plus natural beef burgers, a mac 'n’ cheese line-up, slow roasted brisket and pork belly sandwiches, and the Local's favourite, Chicken Parm. 

accommodation
Find a place to stay in Pemberton

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On Friday afternoons at the Downtown Community Barn from May to October, check out the Pemberton Farmers’ Market and discover all the goodies from local growers and makers. From June to October, explore a selection of Pemberton’s farms and farm stands through the self-guided tour. Enjoy a family farm experience at North Arm Farm, open year-round with seasonal activities and produce.

North Arm Farm is Pemberton’s family farm, open year-round! Serving soups, sandwiches, salads, and coffee daily. A seasonal U-Pick and farm animals. 

For foodies, check out authentic, traditional Japanese cuisine at Fish & Rice, a sushi bar located in Pemberton Village.

The Pemberton Museum has over 2,000 artifacts, 2,000 photographs, and over 20 meters of archival and reference materials to explore that have been collected since 1982. You can also enjoy their self-guided walking tour, which takes you through downtown Pemberton, available through their website.

Be sure to continue your journey and visit Lillooet Brewing in the picturesque village of Lillooet.

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Day 7

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cafe
Blackbird Bakery
7424 Frontier St, Pemberton, BC

Everything at Blackbird Bakery is baked in house and created with the seasons, sourced locally with organic and natural foods. From mouth-watering fresh croissants, cookies, cinnamon buns or a selection of daily pastries ranging from pain au chocolat to a gluten free banana bread all cravings can be satisfied. Their coffee is roasted in the Pemberton Valley and their tea comes from Squamish.

Travel

Travel towards Lillooet along Highway 99, approximately 1.5 hours

activity
Seton Lake Recreation Area

The Seton Lake recreational area is part of BC Hydro's Bridge River hydroelectric complex. It includes one campground and three day-use/picnic areas that offer a range of activities, including boating, canoeing, hiking and fishing, plus a viewpoint overlooking Seton Lake Reservoir.

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Walk the Golden Miles of History Trail

You can discover pieces of Lillooet's history through panels and plaques on the Golden Mile of History self guided tour. Step into Lillooet’s fascinating past with the virtual map or pick up a copy at the Lillooet Museum & Visitor Centre. Begin at the Bridge of the 23 Camels, continue along Main Street, and complete your walk at the Old Bridge of Lillooet.

restaurant
Abundance Artisan Bakery
77 8 Ave S., Lillooet, BC

Motivated by the belief that good bread has the potential to bring people together, it is the mission at Abundance to create products that can nourish both the individual and the collective whole. To do this authentically, they stuck to ingredients and flavours that are simple, local and fresh. From lunch specials to house-made donuts, it's the perfect stop to refuel before an afternoon of exploring.
Abundance also offers pizza nights on Fridays - serving up a variety of 14" sourdough pizzas.

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Community Connect HUB
633 Main St, Lillooet, BC

The Lillooet Community Connect Innovation HUB seeks to facilitate collaboration and lifelong learning, and provides support to the non-profit sector, artists, farmers, small business operators, and ChangeMakers. Featuring workshops, monthly art shows, events, and of course a shop featuring the works of local artisans and makers.

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Hike Red Rock Trail

This popular route takes hikers to the famous Red Rock outcropping 500 metres above town, offering an astounding panorama of the Fraser River valley. Also known as the Lillooet Grind, this a 3.4km trail rated moderate to difficult with a 500m elevation gain.

brewery
104 Main St, Lillooet, BC

Stop by this beautiful space in a spectacular locale to sample the beers in the bright, airy taproom or on the dog-friendly patio with panoramic views that seem to go on forever.

restaurant
Reynolds Hotel, Restaurant and Pub
1237 Main St, Lillooet, BC

Choose from the restaurant located just off the lobby, or the pub with its expansive patio views. Both serve quality home cooked meals and baking, with a pub menu available there after 7pm.

accommodation
Find a place to stay in Lillooet

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Be sure to stop in at the Lillooet Visitor Information Centre for a full list of activities and attractions to explore.

Looking to sample more local flavours? Explore BC’s newest wine region with a tasting at Fort Berens Estate Winery. This 38-acre vineyard has won multiple awards for its handcrafted wines reflecting the unique Lillooet terroir.

 

Continue your ale-venture:

Travel further along HWYs 99 + 97 into the Cariboo region with a stop at Cask and Cleaver Brewing in 100 Mile House. This craft brewery serves up quality brews and delicious bites. The tasting room brings a rustic Cariboo vibe with a hint of an old-world feel and a splash of Norse flair.

cafe
Sunflower Bakery & Cafe (Day 1)
38086 Cleveland Avenue, Squamish, BC
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Climbing Tour with Squamish Via Ferrata - Squamish (Day 1)
Sea to Sky Gondola, 36800 BC-99, Squamish, BC
brewery
activity
Skwelwil'em Squamish Estuary Wildlife Management Area (Day 1)
Bailey Street, Squamish, BC
restaurant
The Copper Coil Still & Grill (Day 1)
37996 Cleveland Ave, Squamish, BC
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Howe Sound Inn (Day 1)
37801 Cleveland Ave, Squamish, BC
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Fox & Oak (Day 2)
1396 Main Street, Squamish, BC
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Britannia Mine Museum (Day 2)
1 Forbes Way, Britannia Beach, BC
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The Locavore Bar & Grill (Day 2)
1861 Mamquam Road, Squamish, BC
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The Squamish Town Hub (Day 2)
brewery
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Squamish Mural Walk (Day 2)
brewery
tap-house
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Brandywine Falls Provincial Park (Day 3)
restaurant
Purebread (Day 3)
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Valley Trail (Day 3)
brewery
tap-house
restaurant
Hunter Gather Eatery & Taphouse (Day 3)
101 - 4368 Main Street, Whistler, BC
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Vallea Lumina (Day 3)
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Peaked Pies (Day 4)
4369 Main St #105, Whistler, BC
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PEAK 2 PEAK 360 Experience (Day 4)
4545 Blackcomb Way, Whistler, BC
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Audain Art Museum (Day 4)
4350 Blackcomb Way, Whistler, BC
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Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre (Day 4)
4584 Blackcomb Way, Whistler, BC
tap-house
liquor-store
restaurant
The Mexican Corner (Day 4)
12 -4340 Sundial Crescent, Whistler, BC
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The Raven Room (Day 4)
4299 Blackcomb Way, Whistler, BC
activity
One Mile Lake Loop (Day 5)
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Mount Currie Coffee Co (Day 5)
7331 Arbutus St #2, Pemberton, BC
restaurant
Grimm's Deli (Day 5)
106-7433 Frontier St, Pemberton, BC
activity
Copper Cayuse Outfitters (Day 5)
7830 Pemberton Meadows Rd, Pemberton, BC
brewery
restaurant
Sunstone Bar & Grill (Day 5)
1730 Airport Rd, Pemberton, BC
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Pemberton Valley Lodge (Day 5)
1490 Sea-to-Sky Hwy, Pemberton, BC
restaurant
Town Square Restaurant (Day 6)
7439 Frontier St, Pemberton, BC
activity
Mountain Bike the Pemberton Trails (Day 6)
brewery
1936 Stonecutter Place Units 5 and 6, Pemberton, BC
pub
Mile One Eating House (Day 6)
#107 - 7330 Arbutus Street, Pemberton, BC
cafe
Blackbird Bakery (Day 7)
7424 Frontier St, Pemberton, BC
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Seton Lake Recreation Area (Day 7)
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Walk the Golden Miles of History Trail (Day 7)
restaurant
Abundance Artisan Bakery (Day 7)
77 8 Ave S., Lillooet, BC
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Community Connect HUB (Day 7)
633 Main St, Lillooet, BC
activity
Hike Red Rock Trail (Day 7)
restaurant
Reynolds Hotel, Restaurant and Pub (Day 7)
1237 Main St, Lillooet, BC
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Tourism Squamish

This authentic West Coast mountain town has people talking. It’s not just the spectacular setting that’s captured the world’s attention, its also the ease of access to the great outdoors for everything from wind and water sports to hiking and biking.

Unquestionably, the geography here will amaze you. The Pacific Ocean narrows into Howe Sound, where the spectacular Coastal Mountains surround the Stawamus Chief, a granite monolith unlike any other. From the ocean to the snowy mountain peaks; from the rocky cliffs and waterfalls to the forests, lakes, rivers and estuary, Squamish is truly extraordinary.  The area’s unique mix of mountains and water has created a world-class playground for adventurers of all levels.

Less than an hour from either Vancouver or Whistler, Squamish is a unique fusion of rugged landscapes, stunning vistas and West Coast culture. Discover what the buzz is about. Start planning your Squamish adventure today!

Tourism Whistler

Located in the rugged Coast Mountains just two hours north of Vancouver, Whistler is Canada’s favourite year-round destination. Surrounded by mountains, lakes and rainforest, the resort offers epic skiing and snowboarding, four championship golf courses, exceptional mountain biking and hiking plus a vibrant base village with shopping, dining and a rich arts and culture scene. Three breweries call Whistler home, offering beers to quench thirst arising from adventures of all sizes. With pubs where craft beer flows freely and a host of events celebrating food and drink, Whistler is a place where life is lived to the fullest and you don’t just après-ski – you après-everything.

Tourism Pemberton

Located just north of Whistler and a short 2.5 hour drive from Vancouver, Pemberton & District is your gateway to adventure. Pemberton is a year-round outdoor recreation destination. Sports enthusiasts head to the town from late spring to early fall to indulge in everything from hiking, biking, camping, golfing and horseback riding to rafting, jet boating, swimming and fishing. From late fall to early spring, the area is a hot spot for backcountry skiing and riding, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling.

Visit Lillooet

Known for its hot, dry summers and mild autumn weather, Lillooet is the perfect summer destination. There is an abundance of sunshine in the semi-desert climate and no shortage of outdoor activities, including fishing, hiking, biking, and boating.

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Synopsis

The cities of Abbotsford, Chilliwack and Hope offer a mix of relaxing countryside, urban culture, and rugged backcountry beauty. Their hop growing history is reflected in diverse craft breweries.


Duration
3 Days
Towns & Communities
Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Cultus Lake, Hope
Breweries
Mountainview Brewing, Sidekick Brewing, Old Yale Brewing, Farmhouse Brewing Co., Field House Brewing CHWK, Bricklayer Brewing, Flashback Brewing, Field House Brewing ABBY, Ravens Brewing Company, Canuck Empire Brewing Co, Old Abbey Ales, Old Yale Brewing Abbotsford

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