Taking to the air for a better look at the geographical features of Garibaldi Provincial Park and the surrounding area.
It was a hot and kind of smoky morning in the Squamish valley when we headed to the Squamish airfield. After a short time we were on the runway and bound for the sky. We headed North towards the Black Tusk and then looped around Garibaldi Park and then back around the Stawamus Chief before returning to the airfield.
Below are some of the highlight images from the trip. It was simply breathtaking to see this remarkable part of BC from a new perspective. It allows for a totally unique appreciation for the grandeur of this segment of the BC Coast Mountains. It also provides an opportunity to appreciate for those who aren’t physically able to hike the long and steep routes up into the park.
The rest of the images from the flight can be found in this Flickr album