BC Highway 99 Whistler - Road Report News

Events for Highway 99

Highway 99 Both directions Construction on Hwy 99, 1.5 km East of Marble Canyon Road from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm, Tuesday through Friday, starting October 17 to October 20. The road is reduced to single lane alternating traffic, expect 5 min delays. Watch for flagging personnel. Updated on Tue Oct 17 at 6:39 am PDT. (ID# -66401)
Highway 99 Northbound Road brushing on Highway 99 Northbound from Mt Currie to Duffy Lake will be in effect Monday to Friday from 8:00 AM until 20/10/2017 at 4:00 PM. Traffic will be single lane alternating, expect minor delays. Updated on Mon Oct 16 7:10 am PDT. (ID# RTMC_15210)

Hwy 1 - Hwy 99 Weather Locations

West Vancouver     Squamish     Whistler     Pemberton

General Route 99 Information

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The following destinations are located on or near Route 99 Sea to Sky Highway: Horseshoe Bay, Furry Creek, Lions Bay, Britannia Beach, Squamish, Whistler, Pemberton, Mount Currie, and Lillooet.

If you are wondering what the highway looks like filmed from the passenger window of a vehicle - here is a video that shows Highway 99 fromVancouver to Squamish

The "Sea-to-Sky Highway" is the name given to the section of Highway 99 starting just north of Horseshoe Bay. From Horseshoe Bay, the highway travels along the coast of Howe Sound for 12 km (7 mi) to Lions Bay, north for another 21 km (13 mi) to Britannia Beach, and north for 11 more km (7 mi) to Squamish, at the head of Howe Sound.

From Squamish, it continues north for another 58 km (36 mi) to Whistler, and then to Pemberton 32 km (20 mi) later, where the Sea-to-Sky Highway ends and the Duffey Lake Road begins. 99 km (62 mi) northeast, Highway 99 reaches the junction with Highway 12 at Lillooet, and then goes northeast for another 75 km (47 mi) to its northern terminus at its junction with Highway 97, just north of Cache Creek.

Here is a map of Whistler BC Showing the Satellite view including the road and street overlay. Zoom in for a map of Whistler Village.

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