Explore Squamish - December 02, 2019

Our Favourite #ExploreSquamish photo's from November

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Our Favourite #ExploreSquamish Photo's from November

Locals and visitors alike embraced the rain in Squamish this November. Waterfalls were at their most sprayful and the rainforest was transformed into a technicolour jungle. Spectacular displays of weather dazzled photographers with orange sunsets and low hanging clouds. By the end of the month, snow-dusted mountain tops set the mood for Refresh Market, Polar Express and the Santa Claus Parade as Squamish kicked off the Countdown to Christmas.

Every week, hundreds of adventurers visit Squamish and explore our backyard. We love featuring our favourites! Check out images and share your own experiences by tagging your photos with #ExploreSquamish

Eagle Viewing along the Squamish River





















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Flightseeing over Howe Sound


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Savouring a Squamish Sunset along the Oceanfront






















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Soaring through the fall foliage


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Climbing aboard the Polar Express

West Coast Railway Heritage Park




















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Squamish locals posing for the camera during an Eagle Float Tour

Canadian Outback Rafting

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Spectacular November weather at Porteau Cove Provincial Park



















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Winter views of the Tantalus Range


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Standing high above Squamish in Smoke Bluffs Park



















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Shopping for Christmas treasures at Refresh Market

Refresh Market

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One of the delicious plates from Sip & Savour, Squamish's first dine-around event

Crabapple Cafe












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