Explore Squamish - September 01, 2020

Craft Culture

Backcountry Brewing
Photo: Backcountry Brewing

Craft Culture

Kick-off the day with a round of golf at Furry Creek Golf & Country Club or Squamish Valley Golf Course where you can enjoy a day outdoors with friends in Squamish's pristine parkland. After your game, rent a set of e-bikes from Blazing Saddles Adventures and get a feel for Squamish on a guided, or self-guided tour around town. The guided 2.5h, eco-tour option is easy and suitable for abilities. On the tour, you will see some of Squamish's most scenic gravel trails, the Squamish Estuary, and the views from Nexen Beach. All bikes are sterilized between uses so you can ride with peace of mind.

Wash down your adventurous day on the Squamish Craft Tasting Trail. The following tasting rooms are open to the public: A-FRAME Brewing, Backcountry Brewing, Cliffside Cider, and Howe Sound Brewing. Transportation is available through Squamish Taxi.

Finish the Squamish Craft Tasting Trail at Howe Sound Brewing where you can retire for the night at the upstairs boutique hotel Howe Sound Inn.

Be sure to refuel by heading for breakfast at nearby Zephyr Cafe before hitting the road home. If you missed sampling any Squamish craft beverages, pick up some off-sales before you go. To check who's open visit our what's open page here

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A-FRAME Brewing

Backcountry Brewing

Blazing Saddles Adventures

Cliffside Cider

Furry Creek Golf & Country Club

Howe Sound Brew Pub

Howe Sound Inn & Brewing

Squamish Craft Tasting Trail

Squamish Taxi

Squamish Valley Golf Course

Zephyr Cafe