ROAD TRIP TO WHISTLER: Sea to Sky Highway, Waterfalls and Hikes - CANADA PART 2

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The Amazing Sea to Sky Gondola Squamish British Columbia

Epic View from the Sea to Sky Gondola Squamish British Columbia The Sea to Sky Gondola, Squamish BC is one of the incredible tourist attractions that is just a must see and it's only a short 45 minute drive up the scenic Sea to Sky highway from Vancouver. The sea to sky gondola ascends high above the Chief (famous for rock climbing and hiking) and goes back into pristine rain forest. An incredible lodge has been perched at the top of the 10 minute gondola ride. The views are nothing less than magnificent. They have a fine dinning as well as casual food from the restaurant where you can either enjoy inside or outside on one of the decks overlooking the incredible view of Howe Sound. On our way, we stopped by at Shannon Falls which is literally beside the parking lot of the Sea to Sky Gondola. Like this video if you enjoyed watching and click subscribe for our new adventure videos. »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» ⇢ LET'S BE FRIENDS! »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» ⇢ Anberch Gear Go Pro Silver 4 - Sony A6000 - Gorilla Pod - »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» Check out our Oregon Road Trip Playlist here ⇢ »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» ⇢ MUSIC BY Jake Cooper - Never Let You Go (ft. Joey Busse) • Jake Cooper • Joey Busse

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Roadtrip Vancouver - Calgary via Banff Jasper Yoho Nationalpark

It took us 13 days in August, 1600 km and 500 litres of fuel to travel from Vancouver to Calgary with the 30-year-old RV called "Granny". Asking fellow travelers to jump-Start Granny became a usual procedure which gave us the chance to meet a lot of helpful people. After a while, however we had to buy new parts for the old lady which made her run like a teenager again. Due to the 150 years anniversary of Canada, we were lucky to enter all the National Parks for free. This is how we visited Yoho, Banff and Jasper National Park always on the search for bears. All shot with iPhone on gimbal and DJi osmo and edited with Final Cut Pro. Photos to this trip: Photos by Robin @euphonics recommended gimbal: facebook: music: business website: Canada expert:

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The second part of my Canadian adventure is now live! This video is all about the road trip from Vancouver to Whistler, driving on the beautiful Sea to Sky Highway. We did a few stops on the way, stopping at the Stawamus Chief Provincial Park for a the First Peak Hike and to check out Shannon Falls. The view is incredible, check out the video for full footage! We then also stopped at Brandywine Falls before reaching Whistler.

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