Soar with the eagles. Or fish with them, at least. The Squamish Valley is famous for the large numbers of bald eagles who call the area home, and who feed on plentiful Coho and Chum found in the Squamish and Mamquam Rivers into the fall.
Calm waters. Dramatic views. Half an hour north of Vancouver is Horseshoe Bay, the point of arrival and departure for ferry traffic between Vancouver and Vancouver Island, the Sunshine Coast and the Gulf Islands. Here at the mouth of Howe Sound (which is actually a collection of small fjords) is a popular spot to fish for Salmon and B.C.’s famous Spot Prawns while enjoying stunning views of small, sheltered islands and dramatic cliff faces surrounding the Sound.