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Squamish, BC

About SquamishOvershadowed by Stawamus Chief Mountain and other snowcapped peaks, Squamish was named for the First Nation's word meaning “mother of the wind.” It is a popular stopover for tourists and recreation seekers. Rock climbing and windsurfing are popular activities.

Picnic facilities are available 3 kilometres (1.9 mi.) south at Shannon Falls, and camping facilities are available at Alice Lake Provincial Park 13 kilometres (8 mi.) to the north.

Visitor Centers Squamish Visitor Centre 38551 Loggers Ln. Squamish, BC V8B 0H2. Phone:(604)815-4994 or (877)815-5084

Things to Do Garibaldi Provincial Park

Sea to Sky Gondola

West Coast Railway Heritage Park

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Squamish, BC

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Mountain Retreat Hotel & Suites

38922 Progress Way. Squamish, BC V8B 0K5

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Executive Suites Hotel & Resort

40900 Tantalus Rd. Squamish, BC V8B 0R3

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