Where was Lost in Space filmed? Season 2 Filming Locations Guide

Where was Lost in Space filmed
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Netflix's Lost in Space is a remake of the CBS classic sci-fi show from 1965. The members of the Robinson family embark in a mission to explore deep space, looking for a suitable planet to host life. Due to an unexpected issue, they are forced to land on an unknown world. The fight for survival -and the adventure- has begun.

Several of the 10 episodes are directed by Neil Marshall (The Descent). Toby Stephens (the villain in 007 Die Another Day) leads the cast along with Molly Parker (House of Cards, Deadwood).

Lost in Space was filmed in the great outdoors around Vancouver in British Columbia (Canada). The second season was also filmed in Iceland. The Netflix series was hosted at Bridge Studios in Burnaby. As usually, we don't abandon this post lost in the webspace - we'll be updating and improving this report with new details about the season 2 - And also, where was Space Force filmed? Discover all the new Netflix series filming locations here.

Lost in Space Season 2 locations

The dark Beach
The black sand beach from the first episode of the season 'Shipwrecked', was shot using the landscape of Dyrhólaey peninsula. The Jupiter spaceship landed near this photogenic arch of lava standing in the sea.
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Image courtesy of Netflix and Yiannis Chatzitheodorou - Map


The desert planet
The arid planet with mushroom-shaped rocks are the Drumheller Hoodoos in the Alberta badlands.
Image courtesy of Netflix and Fabien Georget - Map

Season 1 Shooting Locations

Mountain arc
Most of the extreme landscapes seen in the series don't exist or have been created using CGI effects, like the spike mountains, the giant stone arcs and the waterfall. Image courtesy of Netflix


National park Location
The planet has elements from different places, from Arches National Park (Utah) to the rugged Nā Pali Coast in Kauai Island (Hawaii). Image courtesy of Netflix, David Bailey and Wehardy


Scene in the snowed range
Some scenes in the snow were filmed in Brohm Ridge and Mount Garibaldi (near Alice Lake in Squamish).
Image courtesy of Netflix and Ran Z - Map


Lake where the spacecraft landed
A lot of filming took place in Lower Seymour Reserve (North Vancouver), including Robinson's Jupiter 2 set. The production was looking for new and remote locations in British Columbia.
Image courtesy of Netflix and McKay Savage - Map


Forest season one
Day and night scenes, some of them using fog effects, were filmed at Lynn Canyon Park (North Vancouver), from Bear Trail to Ross Rd. Image courtesy of Netflix and Jeff Hitchcock - Map


Wasteland scene
Watts Point Quarry near Murrin Provincial Park (Britannia Beach) was set to shoot the series, as location manager Michael Gazetas confirmed in an interview for BC Creates. Image courtesy of Netflix - Map


Chek Canyon
According to Whatsfilming.ca, Lost in Space filmed scenes at Robert Burnaby Park (Burnaby), Chek Canyon (Squamish) and Greenwood Park (North Vancouver). The new Netflix movie The half of it is set in Squahamish, but this is a fictional town that nothing has to do with the British Columbia location. Image courtesy of Netflix


Verschollen zwischen fremden Welten drehort
Cast and crew were spotted shooting in a field between the towns of Ashcroft and Cache Creek. The production was also filmed at the Johnson Farm and Emerald Springs. Image courtesy of Netflix - Map

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8 comments

  1. Awesome show, cant wait for season 2

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  2. Very disappointed poorly written more like a soap opera than sci-fi

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    1. The original show WAS a soap opera full of cartoon charcters. This one is better.

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  3. I think it's pretty good. Loved the old show but glad they mixed it up with this one. Not just a do over.

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  4. Opening scene in s01e03 "infestation" looks ALOT like Pitt Lake. There is a "cabin"(more like a house!) On a small island just like that one on Pitt. BC is definitely unmistakeable if you live here though eh?

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  5. Love this show. So addicting, can't wait for season 2🙂

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  6. The waterfall in the begining of episode 4 is Seljalandsfoss in Iceland

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