Shannon Falls Provincial Park is a 210-acre provincial park that includes a series of cliffs. The park's centerpiece is Shannon Falls, the third highest waterfall in British Columbia. The falls are named for William Shannon who first settled the property in 1889 and located about 36 miles from Vancouver along the Sea to Sky Highway.
The Sea to Sky Gondola takes visitors to the Summit Lodge on a ridge leading towards Mount Habrich. Construction on the gondola, which sits between Shannon Falls and the Stawamus Chief in the Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations' traditional territory, began in 2013. It opened on May 16, 2014, and offers magnificent views of Squamish and the surrounding area.
West Coast Railway Heritage Park is the second largest railway museum in Canada and home to more 90 pieces of vintage railway equipment, including Royal Hudson No. 2860, one of 65 Hudson Class (4-6-4) locomotives, Montreal Locomotive Works built for Canadian Pacific Railway starting in 1929.