Sea to Sky Trail is Latest Link in Trans Canada TrailThe Squamish Lillooet Regional District (SLRD) announced that the Squamish-Whistler section of the Sea to Sky Trail is the newest registered section of the Trans Canada Trail (TCT).  The TCT Foundation has committed $300,000 in funding support for Sea to Sky Trail development.

At this time the Sea to Sky route from Whistler to the south has become part of the TCT. The route north through Pemberton and Mt Currie on to Lillooet may be eligible for future consideration.

Canada’s TCT is a 21,000 km national trail which, once complete, will be the longest trail network in the world. For more information about the TCT visit the official TCT website.

“The Sea to Sky Trail is a magnificent addition to the Trans Canada Trail. With its mountain vistas, pristine lakes, old growth forests and dramatic rock formations, it will be a highlight of the Trail for both Canadian and international visitors.” said Valerie Pringle, Trans Canada Trail Board Chair. “We applaud the Squamish Lillooet Regional District, the Sea to Sky Trail Steering Committee and the local volunteers who have dedicated years of work and energy towards this project. We are delighted their team is joining the national TCT endeavor.”

More information on the Sea to Sky Trail is availabe at