Getting Around Squamish
Squamish is a small community with big geography and numerous neighbourhood hubs. There are plenty of ways to get from here to there, including walking, biking, shuttles, taxis, carsharing and driving. Here are a few modes of transportation to get you to your next adventure.
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Now that you’re here, take it to the trailhead. Find out how to get around Squamish. There are plenty of transportation options.
An active town calls for self-propelled travel. Bike from one end of Squamish to the other on the vehicle-free, paved Corridor Trail or along designated cycling lanes on some main roads. There are also plenty of walking and jogging routes on community-managed trails so you can get a workout in while you head to your next destination.
Parking at popular locations, attractions, lakes, and trails can fill up fast, especially during the summer months. Plan to get there early to secure a spot. Many of our trailheads are located in residential neighbourhoods. Please obey the parking signs and use our Adventure Hub parking areas where possible to reduce impacts on communities.
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
Driving a plug-in EV? We have the chargers you’re looking for. Squamish is a designated stop along the “West Coast Green Highway,” which links San Diego to Whistler through a network of electric charging stations. Plug in at several charging hubs throughout town (and explore the neighbourhood while you’re waiting).
If you’re a member of MODO carsharing service, there are three vehicles available in Downtown Squamish (with more coming soon) for short trips around Squamish. These vehicles are adventure-ready and equipped with ski and bike racks.
A great option for when you need a designated driver, Squamish Taxi offers trips within Squamish and to Vancouver International Airport (YVR). Contact them by phone or use their online booking system to secure a ride.
Squamish Shred Shuttle
The Squamish Shred Shuttle offers summer and winter service between Squamish, local mountain bike trails and Whistler. In addition, the shuttle service also includes a summer mountain bike shuttle that will pick you up and drop you off at Squamish's mountain biking hotspots. For updates please visit their Facebook page.