Explore Squamish - February 01, 2017

These are the most Instagrammed spots in Squamish

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Hike, snap, post! These six Squamish spots appear most in the Instagram feeds of locals and visitors alike (and they don’t need a filter).

Stawamus Chief

It should come as no surprise that one of Squamish’s most recognizable landmarks is also the most Instagrammed, proving that this massive granite monolith does not have a bad side. Photo: @nevernotoutside

 

 

Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge

What’s better than walking across the 100-metre suspension bridge at the Sea to Sky Gondola? Walking solo and posting to prove it. (Photo: @haoooooofeng)

Shannon Falls

Shannon Falls on a wet or foggy day = #instagood. (Photo: allonzoom)

Chief Overlook Viewing Platform at the Sea to Sky Gondola

A photo of yourself alone on the Chief Overlook Viewing Platform is almost as dramatic as the views themselves - even when there’s no view at all. (Photo: @philszczepaniak)

Mount Garibaldi

It’s not easy to capture the essence of the alpenglow on the iconic 2,678-metre Mount Garibaldi. But, when you do, no filter will ever do it justice. (Photo: @Tristan.Rayner)

 

Howe Sound  

Rain or shine, day or night, it seems as though this view will never get old. Ever. (Photo: @heathervopni)