The Sunshine Coast Highway (101) is a 130-kilometer (78-mile) seaside drive along the narrow strip of land between the massive barrier of the Coast Mountains and the inland sea of Georgia Strait. Most of the attraction of the drive is based on the ocean views, the unique coastal communities, and the novelty of two ferry rides across two of BC’s coastal fjords. The opportunities to get out on the ocean along this drive are unmatched in the entire book with numerous rental, charter, and tour companies allowing access to rocky coastlines, islands, and narrow fjords that surround the Sunshine Coast.
Special attractions: Frequent ocean views, two ferry trips, rugged coastlines, offshore islands, lighthouses, marine life viewing, excellent boating and kayaking opportunities, and picturesque coastal towns. This eTrail is a complete description of a scenic drive with a route map and information on the best travel seasons, interesting sites, recreation opportunities, camping locations, and much more.
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