The Sea-to-Sky Country is a region in British Columbia spreading from Vancouver to Whistler. In it’s center you can find Squamish - the location of the infamous ultra-trail marathon ‘Squamish 50’.
The corridor refers to the alignment of the region's towns along Highway 99, a.k.a. the Sea to Sky Highway, which links together the regions' three main centres - Squamish, Whistler and Pemberton. There is little development other than resource extraction outside the immediate vicinity of the highway and the towns along it, hence the linear character of the region.
You can start your day in Vancouver’s Stanley Park and reach Squamish in about 50 minutes where you can get on the Sea-to-Sky Gondola which brings you up the mountains.
From the Summit Lodge, 885m above sea level, in Squamish, BC., you get sweeping views of Howe Sound and the surrounding mountains.