Squamish BC Parks, Trails & Places

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The Mamquam River is a popular destination in the Squamish, British Columbia, Canada region for hikers, mountain bikers, fisherman and horseback riders. The main trail extends along the shores of the Mamquam River eventually leading to the fish spawning channels.
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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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The trail draws the attention of walkers, mountain bikers, joggers and bird watchers.The 3.3 KM walking trail leads all explorers along a brush lined, tree covered, walking path following the shores of a Tidal Slough located north of the village.
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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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The 8 Km (3.6 miles) easy grade Four Lakes Trail is a loop trail which explores the forests and lakes located just north of Squamish, BC, Canada in the Alice Lake Provincial Park. The four lakes include the Alice, Stump, Fawn and Edith Lakes.
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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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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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The Pavillion Community Park is one of the main outdoor venues in the region where events can be held on a regular basis. Because of the large grassy open areas, the central location and the large covered band shelter the park location is ideal for concerts, festivals and special events.
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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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A small park in the Squamish Village region that is perched on the edge of the Mamquam River Channel and Tidal Slough. From the park a trail follows the river leading all explorers past an open grassy field, a wooden viewing platform and some picnic tables and stone benches.
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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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The Smoke Bluffs Park in Squamish, British Columbia, Canada has become the most popular year round outdoor climbing region in Canada for beginners and intermediate climbers.
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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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The Stawamus Chief is a popular natural attraction that dominates the skyline in Squamish, BC, Canada. The Chief is over 702 metres (2303 Feet) tall and is the second largest free standing granite outcropping in the world - second to only the Rock of Gibraltar.
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The Waterfront Trail is an easy grade 1 Km walking path travels along a raised dyke following the shores of the Cattermole Slough.
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