My Roaming Spirit
Traveler | Photographer | Co-founder of myroamingspirit
Embarking on a road trip from Vancouver to Whistler along the scenic Sea to Sky Highway is an unforgettable experience that showcases the best of British Columbia's natural beauty and vibrant culture.
We began our journey at 9 am on 25th June, leaving Vancouver behind to embark on a breathtaking adventure. As we hit the open road, we were met with stunning coastal vistas, lush forests, and charming towns that dotted the landscape.
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**Pit Stop 1: Shannon Falls Provincial Park**
Our first stop was Shannon Falls Provincial Park, where we marveled at the grandeur of Shannon Falls, cascading down the cliffs in all its splendor. The short hike to the viewing platform was well worth it, and the roaring waterfalls left us in awe of nature's power.
**Pit Stop 2: Britannia Mine Museum**
Next, we delved into British Columbia's mining history at the Britannia Mine Museum. Exploring the historic mine, we learned about the region's mining heritage and the challenges faced by early miners. The highlight was the thrilling underground tour, taking us deep into the heart of the mountain.
**Cost: $39.95 CAD per adult**
**Pit Stop 3: Rope Runner Adventure Aerial Park - A Thrilling Escape**
Amidst the scenic Sea to Sky Highway, we made a thrilling stop at the Rope Runner Adventure Aerial Park. Surrounded by majestic mountains, this action-packed attraction offered aerial obstacle courses and zip lines that elevated our excitement to new heights. With safety gear in place, we swung, climbed, and zipped through the park, creating unforgettable memories in the heart of nature's splendor.
**Cost: $49.95 per adult (General Admission) **
**Pit Stop 4: Tantalus Resort Lodge**
After a day of exploration, we checked into Tantalus Resort Lodge at 6 pm. The comfortable accommodation and stunning mountain views provided the perfect respite for the night.
**Cost: $325 per night**