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Where to Go Fishing in Squamish

Where to Go Fishing in Squamish

Fall is a favourite time of year to fish in the Sea to Sky; the rivers become exceptionally clear with the cooler weather, the salmon arrive and there are lots opportunities for Bull, Cutthroat and Rainbow trout. Just make sure you bundle up as it can be a bit chilly.

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What to Do in Squamish in the Beautiful Fall Weather

What to Do in Squamish in the Beautiful Fall Weather

Who said anything about slowing down? Rock climbing, mountain biking and hiking are all in season. Make the most of the beautiful fall weather with these great activities.

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How to Extend Your Summer in Squamish

How to Extend Your Summer in Squamish

Summer doesn't have to end when the kids go back to school. Extend your summer in Squamish and squeeze in a few more adventures to end your season on a high note.  

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Best Places to See Fall Colours in Squamish

Best Places to See Fall Colours in Squamish

Fall in Squamish is a time of unparalleled beauty. The mixed forests of deciduous and coniferous trees come alive with strokes of red, yellow, orange and green.

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Craft Beverages to Sip this Summer in Squamish

Craft Beverages to Sip this Summer in Squamish

Here's the list of our favourite sunny day refreshers to sip on at these local watering holes, on a patio, or in your backyard!

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21 Things to Do This Summer in Squamish

21 Things to Do This Summer in Squamish

The first day of summer is just a few sleeps away. Make this summer count by ticking off some of these bucket list Squamish activities throughout the season.

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Camping in Squamish - Your Local Guide

Camping in Squamish - Your Local Guide

There's nothing quite like sleeping in a tent or an RV. Squamish has limitless options when it comes to camping, from campgrounds close to town with all the comforts of home to remote wilderness sites deep in the mountains. Whatever your fancy, Squamish has got you covered.

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Why You Should Try Whitewater Rafting in Squamish

Why You Should Try Whitewater Rafting in Squamish

We spoke with the experts, and the decision was unanimous, everyone should try whitewater rafting at least once in their lifetime. Each turn will cast your attention on seldom-visited granite cliffs, lush rainforest and views of snowcapped peaks most people never get to see close up.

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Level 1 – Dewy: What to Do

Level 1 – Dewy: What to Do

Level 1 on the Squamish Rain-o-Meter is dewy. It doesn’t seem to be raining but there’s mist on your face. There’s enough vapour in the air to remind you that your own act of respiration—the simple fact of your breathing—injects you into the heart and the start of the water cycle. Don’t just breathe easier, embrace the rain and breathe wilder.

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Hiking 101: Squamish's Top Hikes and More!

Hiking 101: Squamish's Top Hikes and More!

Located at the doorstep of 8 provincial parks, it is no wonder hikers from all over the world make the trek to Squamish to explore our stunning trails. 

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5 Hiking Trails You've Never Heard of in Squamish

5 Hiking Trails You've Never Heard of in Squamish

Squamish is a hiker's paradise. Loaded with rugged granite peaks, teal green glacial lakes, tree-covered forests and pounding waterfalls Squamish is dripping with all the things that make nature such a spectacular place to be. Home to so many bucket list trails, some of the lesser-known hikes remain off the beaten path. Read on to discover 5 hiking trails you've never heard of in Squamish.

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How to Navigate Squamish Without a Car

How to Navigate Squamish Without a Car

Getting around in Squamish sans automobile is easier than most people think. And with the addition of the new South Parks bus route, many of Squamish's most noteworthy points of interest are more accessible than ever before. 

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