British Columbia’s Highway 99, also known as the Sea-To-Sky Highway stretches from Horseshoe Bay, near West Vancouver, through Squamish and into Whistler.
The Sea-To-Sky highway has been undergoing construction in preparation for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Daily updates are also availble by calling 1-877-4safe99 or via text message. Visit Sea to Sky Improvements for more information about current highway conditions.
The British Columbia Ministry of Transportation website provides a number of winter driving guidelines, road conditions, highway cams and even a tire chain installation video. Visit the Ministry of Transportation’s page for Winter Driving Tips if your planning to head out across beautiful British Columbia this winter.
Unsafe drivers witnessed on the Sea-To-Sky Hwy can be reported by calling call 1-866-WATCH99 or *0099 on your mobile device. Additional information can be found by visiting ICBC.com
Other then driving, there are many different transportation options available including bus, train, plane and helijet.
Visit Summit Lodge for more information about travelling to Whistler, Canada.