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Pemberton, BC

Pemberton is a picturesque community located in the Pemberton Valley of British Columbia. . Pemberton is located on Highway 99, the very scenic Sea-to-Sky Highway, about 30 km north of Whistler, 150 km north of Vancouver, and from the north end, about 100 km west of Lillooet, and 185 km west of Cache Creek (on the Trans-Canada Highway #1 main route).The population of Pemberton is about 2,500 people.

Nestled between the Coast Mountain Range and the fertile farmlands of the Pemberton Valley, the town is surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty. The valley produces a variety of crops, including potatoes, other vegetables, and hay.

Pemberton attracts many outdoor enthusiasts, offering hiking, mountain biking, fishing, horseback riding, and backcountry exploration, as well as fishing and rafting on the Lillooet .

Pemberton History

The area around Pemberton has a long history of Indigenous occupation by the Stl’atl’imx people, whose traditional territory extends throughout the southwestern interior of British Columbia.

European explorers and fur traders from the Hudson’s Bay Company, began to explore the Pemberton area in the 1800s, and found the rugged terrain challenging to navigate.

The development of Pemberton gained momentum with the construction of the Pacific Great Eastern Railway (later part of BC Rail) around 1912-1920, which contributed to the growth of the Pemberton Valley as an agricultural hub and to the growth of the forestry industry. The area was also connected to the Vancouver area by a gravel road along the coastline and Lillooet River.

The construction of the Sea-to-Sky Highway (Highway 99) in 1942 further improved transportation links, connecting Pemberton to Vancouver.

Pemberton snowmobiler-Tourism Pemberton-Craig Barker
Pemberton snowmobiler-Tourism Pemberton-Craig Barker

Pemberton Attractions

Big Sky Golf and Country Club

1690 Airport Rd, Pemberton, BC V0N 2L3

Golf enthusiasts can enjoy the scenic Big Sky Golf and Country Club, which offers a championship golf course with panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and Pemberton Valley.

Birkenhead Lake Provincial Park

Take Highway 99 from Pemberton northeast to Mt. Currie, turn off Highway 99 to D’Arcy. Just before D’Arcy (about 50 km from Mt. Currie) there are highway signs indicating a turn off on to a gravel road that leads to Birkenhead Lake

A provincial park offering camping, fishing, and hiking opportunities, located northwest of Pemberton. Birkenhead Lake Park was established in 1963 to provide lakeside camping and recreation for travellers between Whistler and Lillooet. The park area was trippled in 1996 to 9,755 hectares, adding significant conservation values of the Sockeye Creek watershed. The park was again expanded by 684 hectares in 2008 to include more of the alpine headwaters of the western side of the Sockeye Creek watershed.

Duffy Lake Road

Duffy Lake Road, a scenic mountain route, connects Pemberton to Lillooet, providing breathtaking views of alpine lakes and mountain landscapes. The road is a popular route for road trips and outdoor adventures.

Friendship Trail


A 7 km scenic walking and biking trail connecting Pemberton to the nearby community of Mount Currie.

Helmer’s Organic Farm

8358 Pemberton Meadows Rd, Squamish-Lillooet C, BC V0N

An organic farm offering farm tours, farm-to-table experiences, and a market with fresh produce.

Garnet Valley Guest Ranch


Joffre Lakes Provincial Park

Duffey, Lake Road, Mount Currie, BC V0N 2K0

A stunning provincial park known for its turquoise-colored lakes and hiking trails, located 35 kilometres east of Pemberton. In 1996, Joffre Lakes Recreation Area was upgraded to park status and include three glacier-fed lakes: Lower, Middle, and Upper Joffre Lakes.

Nairn Falls Provincial Park

Highway 99, just south of Pemberton

Home to Nairn Falls, a powerful 60 metre high waterfall accessible via hiking trails. The park offers camping and outdoor activities.


One Mile Lake

Highway 99 on south end of town

A scenic lake with walking trails and picnic areas, offering a peaceful retreat for locals and visitors. The 1.6 km (1 mile) loop trail on a raised boardwalk is considered an easy route and takes 30 minutes

Pemberton & District Community Centre

7390 Cottonwood St, Pemberton, BC V0N 2L0
604- 894-2340

A community center with recreational facilities, including a pool, fitness center, and ice rink.

Pemberton Arts Council

PO Box 1169, Pemberton BC V0N 2L0

An organization supporting and promoting the arts in Pemberton, including local artists and cultural events.

Pemberton BMX Track

Cottonwood Road, Pemberton BC V0N2L1

A BMX track providing a fun and challenging course for BMX enthusiasts.

Pemberton Distillery

1954 Venture Pl, Pemberton, BC V0N 2L0

An artisan distillery producing spirits using locally sourced ingredients. Offers tours and tastings. The Pemberton Distillery is known for producing artisanal spirits using locally sourced ingredients. Visitors can take tours and tastings to learn about the distillation process and sample the products.

Pemberton & District Museum

7455 Prospect St, Pemberton, BC V0N 2L0

Showcasing the history of Pemberton and the surrounding area, including exhibits on Indigenous history, agriculture, and early settlement.

Pemberton Valley Vineyard

1427 Collins Road Pemberton, BC.

A vineyard and winery with wine tastings, located in the picturesque Pemberton Valley. The Vineyard was planted in the Spring of 1997, and is the first in the area.

Duffy Lake Road

A scenic drive along Duffy Lake Road, offering breathtaking views of alpine lakes and mountain landscapes.

Pemberton, British Columbia Area Map