Nestled between the giant fjords of the Coast Mountains and the Salish Sea, the Sunshine Coast is the traditional home of four Coastal Salish First Nations (Squamish, shíshálh, Tla’amin, and Klahoose) whose rich living cultural history continues to inspire.
The Sunshine Coast is located just 30 minutes north of Metro Vancouver and it’s also accessible from the town of Comox on Vancouver Island. Accessed by car ferry, boat or by plane, it’s one of British Columbia’s most iconic and inspiring coastal regions, and it’s home to one of the largest concentrations of artists in Canada.
Perched on the edge of the wilderness, the Sunshine Coast also offers a diverse range of world-class outdoor experiences, from kayaking protected waters and inlets, hiking through stands of old-growth forest, mountain biking on inspiring trails, rock climbing towering slabs of granite, and boating to name just a few, it is all within reach from a wide variety of independently owned accommodations.
The Sunshine Coast is also an integral of the BC Ale Trail, the definitive guide to British Columbia’s diverse and dynamic craft beer community.
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