Nestled between Vancouver and Whistler on one of North America’s most scenic stretches of highway, Squamish is a destination all to itself. A mecca for adventure seekers and sightseers alike, it was named by the New York Times as one of the Top 52 Places to Go.
Some autumn activities in the Squamish area include:
Chasing waterfalls after a big rain
Visiting the Britannia Mine Museum
Mountain biking: There are hundreds of trails to choose from!
Fishing for salmon and trout on the Cheakamus, Mamquam, and Squamish Rivers
Golfing at Squamish Valley Golf Club and other courses in the area (season ends November 15! For updates, visit their Facebook page.)
🥾 Hiking the trails at Porteau Cove Provincial Park, Brackendale Eagles Provincial Park, or any of the parks in between!
And what goes better with outdoor activity than great local craft beer? A-FRAME Brewing, Backcountry Brewing and Howe Sound Brewing are all open with pandemic protocols in place to keep patrons and staff safe. Squamish Liquor Store is also open for your craft beer needs!
New experiences are brewing on the Squamish Ale Trail. Let the #BCAletrail be your guide.