It’s all in the name; explore, eat, and enjoy the views from sea to sky.
The Sea to Sky region takes residents and visitors from the oceanside to the tops of mountains. Following the Sea to Sky highway, the journey starts at sea level in Horseshoe Bay towards Howe Sound through majestic mountains to Squamish, Whistler, and Pemberton Valley.
With a long cultural history of First Nations in the area, preserved raw nature in an abundance of provincial parks, and a local economy built on logging, mining, ranching, and farming, ‘Sea to Sky Country’ offers a glimpse into the past and present, and a taste of supernatural British Columbia at several regional farmers’ markets.
What’s in Season in Sea to Sky
Did you know that beet leaves were actually historically consumed before the roots? A perfect addition to juices and salads, this vibrant vegetable is rich in antioxidants, folate, fibre, and manganese. Roast them for extra sweetness or pair with balsamic vinegar for a more balanced taste!
What's Fresh in this Region?Storage/dried/frozen – apples, beets, carrots, mushrooms, onions, parsnip, potatoes, rutabaga
Featured Market Profile
A large weekly market that brings together community spirit, food, and fun. Started nearly 20 years ago as a way for downtown businesses to band together outside or their brick-and-mortar locations, the Squamish Farmers’ Market has been held downtown ever since. Next to Junction Park & O’Siyam Pavilion across the road from Mamquam Blind Channel,…