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.
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.
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.