Archive of posts tagged "sunshine coast"

October Events on the Sunshine Coast

Comments 1 by Rebecca Bollwitt

As Wendy Weir from Libre Tea once told me, the Sunshine Coast is the “lost corner of the 604”. I used to go to summer camp each year in Roberts Creek and it quite often I’d have people tell me, “have fun on the Island!” The Sunshine Coast is indeed a part of mainland British […]

Sunshine Coast: Sechelt Peninsula by Air

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The last stop on our Sunshine Coast weekend adventure was in Sechelt. View Larger Map We had lunch at the Lighthouse Pub then walked over to WestCoast Air for a scenic flight of the peninsula. It was really neat to fly right over the parts of the area we explored by boat just the day […]

Sunshine Coast: Skookumchuck Narrows & Sechelt Inlet

Comments 3 by Rebecca Bollwitt

After leaving FibreWorks, John and I made our way to Egmont, on the Eastern side of the Sechelt peninsula as we continued to explore the Sunshine Coast last weekend. View Larger Map From there we met with Bryce Christie of Sunshine Coast Tours out on the dock by the Backeddy Pub. We piled into the […]

Sunshine Coast: FibreWorks Studio & Gallery

Comments 4 by Rebecca Bollwitt

After a lazy Saturday morning sipping coffee we made in our room we got in the car and headed North on Highway 101 toward our afternoon appointment in Egmont, continuing our Sunshine Coast adventure. We were given the names of some galleries, cafes, and pubs to check out along the way should we have enough […]

Sunshine Coast: Roberts Creek to Pender Harbour

Comments 5 by Rebecca Bollwitt

This weekend we took a quick escape from the rush of the city and hopped aboard a 40-minute ferry to enjoy the Sunshine Coast. After our walk around Gibsons Landing, we headed up the highway, stopping for lunch. View Larger Map Sunshine Coast Tourism gave us a list of places to check out but I […]

Sunshine Coast: Gibsons Landing

Comments 9 by Rebecca Bollwitt

I’ve profiled Gibsons, BC as a day trip destination before but having been able to take a walking tour yesterday with John, I figured it was time for an updated article about this seaside gem. View Larger Map Hopping on a BC Ferry, the 40-minute crossing to Langdale from Horseshoe Bay is a breeze.