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Hiking Crooked Falls: The Ultimate Fall Adventure

Hiking Crooked Falls: The Ultimate Fall Adventure

Finding the motivation to venture on a hike in Fall can be difficult. Thankfully the trail to Crooked Falls is sheltered under a thick canopy of trees and can be trekked rain or shine without jeopardizing the view.

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12 Dog-Friendly Trails in Squamish

12 Dog-Friendly Trails in Squamish

Squamish is about as dog-friendly as it gets. From pet-friendly hotels to dogs bowls outside the Squamish Visitor Centre, you can be confident that when you bring your pooch to Squamish you will both be in for a treat.  While a treat for you may be a post-hike growler fill at a local brewery, your dog will be wagging his tail the entire day running wild through the Squamish's trails. 

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Hiking Opal Cone: Squamish's Land of Ice and Fire

Hiking Opal Cone: Squamish's Land of Ice and Fire

Opal Cone is one of the crown jewels of Squamish. The remnants of an ancient eruption, it is surrounded by glacial ice, volcanic ash and numerous teal lakes.

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6 Kid-Friendly Hikes in Squamish

6 Kid-Friendly Hikes in Squamish

Looking for some good hikes for the whole family? These six hikes are great options for those with kids in tow, there are even a few that are suited to the furry companions as well.

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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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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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Hiking Watersprite Lake

Hiking Watersprite Lake

Like most truly beautiful paces, the hike to reach the lake is challenging, but it is certainly worth the effort. 

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Asked & Answered: Top 10 Summer Questions

Asked & Answered: Top 10 Summer Questions

You asked, and we answered, here are the ten most common summer questions in Squamish.

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An Unofficial Guide to Squamish Backcountry Huts

An Unofficial Guide to Squamish Backcountry Huts

When the backcountry calls an overnight trip to a Squamish backcountry hut may be the answer.

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Hiking Murrin Provincial Park

Hiking Murrin Provincial Park

Long a destination for rock climbers and folks looking to picnic at Browning Lake, Murrin Park also has some fantastic hiking with some of the best views in the Sea to Sky Corridor.

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High Falls: Squamish's Most Under-the-Radar Hike

High Falls: Squamish's Most Under-the-Radar Hike

High Falls Creek is a steep, box canyon roughly 26km up the Squamish Valley Road that empties into the Squamish River. With only 200 hits on Instagram, it is also one of Squamish's best-kept secrets.

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10 Things to Expect on a Trip to Elfin Lakes

10 Things to Expect on a Trip to Elfin Lakes

If you plan on heading up to Elfin Lakes in Garibaldi Provincial Park this spring season there a few things you should know before you go. To help, we created a top 10 list of useful information. Know before you go!

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