Explore Squamish - October 06, 2019

Our Favourite #ExploreSquamish photo's from October

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Our Favourite #ExploreSquamish photo's from October

October ended on a high note in Squamish this year. Early snowfall followed by sunny skies transformed the alpine into a frost-covered wonderland and beckoned hikers from around the globe to enjoy Squamish's unique fall scenery. Culinary enthusiasts had a special treat this month with the release of Squamish's first annual Sip & Savour dine-around event, and the Sea to Sky Gondola welcomed hundreds of attendees to its Cinema Under the Stars outdoor movie nights. 

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

Fall Mountain biking























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Taking in the views at the Sea to Sky Gondola's Cinema Under the Stars





















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Having a bear-y good time at Elfin Lakes












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Hiking in Smoke Bluffs Park


















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Embracing the rain












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Some of the tasty menu items at the inaugural Sip & Savour dine-around event


















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The first snowfall in Garibaldi Provincial Park






















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Catching sunset at the Tantalus Lookout  










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Celebrating Happy Halloween in Squamish






















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Mystery of the Magic Pumpkin Patch at the West Coast Railway Heritage Park

West Coast Railway Heritage Park














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