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Popular Attractions near Sunshine Coast

If you're a first time visitor to Sunshine Coast, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a local neighborhood could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but it may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about attractions near Sunshine Coast.

What are some good attractions near Sunshine Coast?

Here are some of the most recommended attractions near Sunshine Coast.

Squamish Chief
38117 2 Ave Squamish, BC

(604) 892-9161
Sea To Sky Gondola
36800 Hwy 99 Squamish, BC

(604) 892-2550
Stawamus Chief Provincial Park
Squamish Squamish, BC
Shannon Falls
Squamish-Lillooet, BC

(800) 689-9025
Stawamus Chief
Squamish-Lillooet, BC
Whistler, BC
Sea To Sky Canada
Howe Sound
Horseshoe Bay
West Vancouver, BC
Cypress Mountain
6000 Cypress Bowl Road West Vancouver, BC

Lighthouse Park
Greater Vancouver, BC
The Grouse Grind
Nancy Greene Way Greater Vancouver, BC

(604) 986-6262
Grouse Mountain Skyride
Grouse Mountain Cable Car
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Grouse Grind
6400 Nancy Greene Way North Vancouver, BC


Here's what Trippy members had to say about attractions:

"If you want to go farther afield, hike the Stawamus Chief in Squamish."  See More

"I would also recommend the Squamish Chief or Lynn Valley for scenic, gorgeous treks."  See More

"In Whistler, just roam around, take a Sea To Sky Gondola ride to the top, and try dining at Araxi Restaurant + Bar and/or the Bearfoot Bistro In Vancouver, shop on Robson Street if you like shopping; walk the seawall in Stanley Park, hang out in Kitsilano and maybe sit a while on Kitsilano Beach."  See More

"Not sure when this was asked, because the Grouse Grind that I assume you are referring to is closed in the winter, but Stawamus Chief Provincial Park has a lot of great trails open May to October."  See More

"You can do gandolla in Squamish and visit Shannon Falls"  See More

"When I was there in 2009 my mom and I took a day trip to Whistler, BC We took a bus up in the morning and back again in the evening but you could totally turn it into an overnight."  See More

"In Whistler though you have access to so many hikes, trails, mountains, the ocean, Howe Sound(stunning camping!"  See More

"Rent a car and drive to Horseshoe Bay(West Vancouver )."  See More

"For a view, hiking trails along Mt Seymour , Cypress Mountain or in Deep Cove (Deep cove is easiest) provide spectacular views of Burrard Inlet"  See More

"Once your picnic pack is complete make your way to Lighthouse Park , Jericho Beach, or Wreck Beach to enjoy your local craft beer and seafood and hopefully take in a sunset."  See More

"The Grouse Grind won't be open in late March."  See More

"I would add Grouse Mountain and take the Grouse Mountain Skyride."  See More

"Also on the north shore is the Grouse Mountain Cable Car - or the Grouse Grind if you're up for it."  See More

"Ride the tram up Grouse Grind to dine and enjoy the views."  See More

Where can I find out more about Sunshine Coast?

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