• Beach Party - Sea to Sky's Biggest Beach Bash

    Beach Party - Sea to Sky's Biggest Beach Bash

    Feel the heat at the Sea to Sky's biggest Beach Bash - an indoor beach bash featuring an all sand dance floor, beach volleyball, massive buffet, and breezy cocktails.

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  • Refresh Kids

    Refresh Kids

    Squamish’s largest indie marketplace for the modern mother and child.

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  • Day Out With Thomas

    Day Out With Thomas

    Visit everyone’s favourite train engine and enjoy more than 10 attractions, including your very own ride aboard Thomas the Tank Engine himself.

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  • Loop the Lakes Trail Race

    Loop the Lakes Trail Race

    This classic trail race shows off some of Squamish’s best terrain in distances of 8, 15 and 21km (plus a 1.5km race for the kids).

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  • Sp'akw'us 50 Marathon Mountain Bike Race

    Sp'akw'us 50 Marathon Mountain Bike Race

    55-km mountain bike race with roughly 2,400 metres of climbing. This race will serve as the final race of the BC Cross Country Mountain Bike Marathon Series. Open to all racers, this course will be challenge and is a celebration of recreation in the Squamish area.

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  • Kite Clash | Canadian National Championships in Freestyle Kiteboarding

    Kite Clash | Canadian National Championships in Freestyle Kiteboarding

    Squamish plays host to 2017 Kite Clash | Canadian National Championships in Freestyle Kiteboarding. Kite Clash is a 3 day event celebrating kite riders across multiple disciplines.

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February

Saturday 25 February
Sea to Sky's Biggest Beach Party

Beach Party - Sea to Sky's Biggest Beach Bash

Feel the heat at the Sea to Sky's biggest Beach Bash - an indoor beach bash featuring an all sand dance floor, beach volleyball, massive buffet, and breezy cocktails.

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March

Saturday 04 March
Refresh Kids Market

Refresh Kids

Squamish’s largest indie marketplace for the modern mother and child.

West Coast Railway Heritage Park Full Details