Whistler Region Parks and Places

Pemberton

Pemberton Parks, Trails and Places

Squamish

Squamish Parks, Trails and Places

Whistler

Whistler Parks, Trails and Places
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Brandywine Falls in Whistler, British Columbia, Canada is the main attraction in the 150 hectare Brandywine Falls Provincial Park. One of the key factors to the popularity of this park destination is the ease of access to view the falls.
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Highway 99
Whistler
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In the village of Squamish, BC is a small floral garden identified by a wooden bridge and a large rock monument named Lily's Park. Both park markers can be seen from the highway.
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Cleveland Ave
Squamish
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Rainbow Lake Trail is an uphill trail that travels through open grassy fields, over hanging wooden bridges and polished rock boulders. The trail provides all explorers with an opportunity to enjoy many fantastic mountain views, remote cascading waterfalls, rumbling creeks and glacier lakes.
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Alta Lake Road
Whistler
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Explore Cheakamus Lake near Whistler, British Columbia, Canada and enjoy a day of kayaking, hiking, canoeing, fishing while camping. The easy grade, very well maintained hard earth trail leading to Cheakamus Lake is 3 km in length.
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Whistler
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Loggers Lake Trail in Whistler, BC, Canada is one of the easier lakes to access by walking a short distance. However, the distance to the lake may be short but it does include a steep climb to access the lake.
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Cheakamus Lake Road
Whistler
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The Squamish Estuary Walking Trails explore the mudflats, marshes, wetlands, tidal channels, rivers, meadows and forests in the backyard of Squamish Village. The trail starts along a dyke following Cattermole Creek. The brush shouldering the path is sometimes almost 10 feet tall and ...
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Vancouver Street
Squamish
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Nairn Falls Provincial Park near Pemberton, British Columbia, Canada is a great destination to enjoy some time out in nature. The 1.5 kilometre easy-grade, pine needle cushioned trail follows cliff banks of the Green River to the waterfall.
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Highway 99
Pemberton
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In the Village of Squamish, BC, Canada is an area fondly referred to as The Spit. It is a long peninsula at the mouth of the Squamish River set aside for adventure enthusiasts like wind surfers and kite boarders.
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Dyke Road
Squamish
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The 2, 6667 hectare Callaghan Lake Provincial Park is located in Whistler, British Columbia, Canada and is popular for activities like xc skiing, fishing and canoeing.
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Whistler
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A popular trail system in the Squamish, BC, Canada region for mountain biking and hiking enthusiasts. The Garibaldi Highlands trail is a combination of deactivated roads and single track mountain biking trails.
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Perch Road
Squamish
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Cat Lake is a little more remote than some of the other lakes in the Squamish, BC area. The isolation provides louder crowds, with some great activities. Some of the activities enjoyed in the Cat Lake region include hiking, mountain biking, swimming, canoeing, fishing and camping.
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Cat Lake Forest Road
Squamish
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The West Coast Railway Heritage Museum is located in the 12 acre Railway Heritage Park near the Village of Squamish, British Columbia, Canada.
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Aspen Rd
Squamish
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Explore Showh Lake in Whistler, BC, Canada on Cougar Mountain is a popular destination for hiking, off roading, mountain biking, horseback riding, fishing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing and dog sledding.
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Cougar Mountain Road
Whistler
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One Mile Lake in Pemberton, British Columbia, Canada is a popular destination for locals and visitors in the summer popular for birding, hiking, picnicking, swimming and canoeing.
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Highway 99
Pemberton
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Cascading 335 metres (1,101 ft) down the side of the mountain, Shannon Falls is British Columbia's 3rd largest waterfall and one of the easiest to access and view up close and personal.
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Squamish
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