Explore Squamish - June 17, 2018

These are the most Instagrammed spots in Squamish


These are the most Instagrammed spots in Squamish

Hike, snap, post! These seven Squamish spots appear most in the Instagram feeds of locals and visitors alike (and they don’t need a filter).

Stawamus Chief


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It should come as no surprise that one of Squamish’s most recognizable landmarks is also the most Instagrammed, proving that this massive granite monolith does not have a bad side.

Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge


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What’s better than walking across the 100-metre suspension bridge at the Sea to Sky Gondola? Walking solo and posting to prove it.

Shannon Falls


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Shannon Falls on a wet or foggy day = #instagood. 

Chief Overlook Viewing Platform at the Sea to Sky Gondola


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A photo of yourself alone on the Chief Overlook Viewing Platform is almost as dramatic as the views themselves–even when there’s no view at all. 

Mount Garibaldi

It’s not easy to capture the essence of the alpenglow on the iconic 2,678-metre Mount Garibaldi. But, when you do, no filter will ever do it justice. 

Howe Sound 


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Rain or shine, day or night, it seems as though this view will never get old. Ever.

Elfin Lakes Hut

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Elfin Lakes is one of Squamish's most Instafamous hikes, and since it offers something entirely different each season, it's worth repeating. #ExploreSquamish