Timelapse – Drive through Downtown Vancouver BC and Sea to Sky Highway

This time-lapse was captured with a Contour+2 camera set to a 3sec interval photo mode and attached to the top of a Subaru roof rack with a Contour Flex Strap Mount.

Video courtesy of ContourCamera

The Hills Are Alive With the Sounds and Smells of Spring

The following article was submitted by Tourism Vancouver Marketing Services staffer, Krista Edwardson.

If you are looking for some R&R over the weekend, Whistler serves up some luxurious options for the visitor seeking the ultimate unwind. The Fairmont Chateau Whistler nestled at the base of Blackcomb Mountain, defines mountain luxury. With unsurpassed guest services, resort amenities, restaurants, and an award-winning golf course, there really is no reason to leave the resort.

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The Hills Are Alive With the Sounds and Smells of Spring

Hunt for Dinosaur Easter Eggs at the Britannia Mine Museum April 24

Families pan for gold at the Britannia Mine Museum. Photo: Britannia Mine Museum

The Britannia Mine Museum—located just 45 minutes north of Vancouver on the famous Sea-to-Sky highway—has the perfect excuse for you and your family to get out of town this Easter long weekend: A Dinosaur Easter Egg Hunt this Sunday, April 24.

If you haven’t been to the Britannia Mine Museum or haven’t visited in a long time, you and your family are in for a treat. Once the site of the biggest copper mine in the British Empire, the Britannia Mine became a museum and National Historic Site in 1971. Today, after a $14.7 million dollar makeover, the museum offers hands-on fun and thrills along with a glimpse into B.C.’s history; visitors get to pan for gold (and keep the real gold!) and take an underground ride through an old mine.

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Hunt for Dinosaur Easter Eggs at the Britannia Mine Museum April 24