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How to Spend 3 Days in Squamish

How to Spend 3 Days in Squamish

Located  in the heart of the Canadian wilderness, Squamish attracts outdoor adventurers from around the globe; it also serves as the gateway to top British Columbia destinations such as Vancouver and Whistler. Three days give you ample time in the great outdoors, so here’s how to spend 72 hours in Squamish. 

Day 1: Around Town

While Squamish is best known as a base for outdoor adventure, it’s worth spending time exploring the town itself. Don’t miss Shannon Falls Provincial Park, home to the third highest waterfall in British Columbia; the collection of old train artifacts at the West Coast Railway Heritage Park; and the Sea to Sky Gondola that takes passengers to Summit Lodge for stellar views and access to hiking trails—city tours are a great way to tick off multiple attractions in one go. If time permits in the afternoon, test your balance at the 4-level rope course at Rope Runner Aerial Park and then when dinner time rolls around, take a stroll down Cleveland Avenue for an evening of dining and drinking.

Day 2: Outdoor Adventure

Most visitors who come to Squamish come for one reason, the great outdoors. No matter the season, you’ll find plenty of ways to experience Mother Nature’s wonders in this part of British Columbia. Grab a paddle for a white-water rafting trip along the challenging Elaho or family-friendly Cheakamus Rivers; rent a kayak or stand-up paddle board to explore the region’s alpine lakes; or explore the wilderness on hiking tour. The region is well-known for its rock climbing, and climbing sessions typically include all necessary equipment and route suggestions for all ability levels. Squamish is also an excellent spot for mountain biking; opt to take an excursion on a manual or electric bike. 

Day 3: Greater British Columbia

Now that you’ve experienced the best of what Squamish has to offer, spend day three exploring a different part of British Columbia. Whistler lies just 34 miles (55 kilometers) north of town and boasts one of North America’s biggest ski resorts. Alternately, head 40 miles (64 kilometers) south to the city of Vancouver, where stress-free sightseeing tours typically cover Gastown, Granville Island, Stanley Park, and the Capilano Suspension Bridge. You’ll also find plenty of other places to explore on the Sea to Sky Corridor, including Britannia Beach, the alpine lakes of Garibaldi Provincial Park, or the sleepy community of Pemberton.

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Vancouver City Sightseeing Tour: Capilano Suspension Bridge & Vancouver Lookout

Vancouver City Sightseeing Tour: Capilano Suspension Bridge & Vancouver Lookout

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Enjoy a wonderful overview of the Pacific Northwest on this full-day coach tour of Vancouver and the adjacent North Shore. Wind through downtown, Chinatown, and Gastown. Visit Granville Island, snap photos from the Vancouver Lookout's observation deck and admire Stanley Park’s famous Indigenous Peoples' story poles. Cross the Lions Gate Bridge and head to the teetering Capilano Suspension Bridge and the glass floors of the Cliffwalk. Stop at a salmon hatchery before you’re transported back to Vancouver.
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  • 7 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$126.55
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Wet and Wild Elaho Rafting - Squamish Departure

Wet and Wild Elaho Rafting - Squamish Departure

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Enjoy hair-raising adventure in the wilds of Canada on this 5.5-hour Elaho River white-water rafting adventure from Squamish. Hop aboard your bus and travel to the banks of the Elaho River, deep in the mighty Squamish Valley. Then, pull on your safety gear, grab your paddle and take to the waves. Challenge yourself against the river’s winding twists and turns as your guide navigates you through the choppy class III-IV rapids. During your 3-hour descent, explore British Columbia’s breathtaking wilderness and watch the riverbanks for native bears, beavers and deer.
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  • 5 hours 30 minutes
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$136.58
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Whistler Sightseeing Tour: Discover all of Whistler this Winter!

Whistler Sightseeing Tour: Discover all of Whistler this Winter!

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Whistler is known for its fantastic skiing and winter sports, but for travelers that don't want to hit the slopes, there's still lots to see. On this sightseeing tour, experience incredible scenery, and enjoy your guide's commentary as you ride. Visit Green Lake Lookout, Rainbow Park, and consider an optional stop at Whistler Brewing Company. This tour—perfect for first-time visitors—is the ideal way to get your bearings and see the sights around Whistler.
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$73.54
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Squamish Rock Climbing

Squamish Rock Climbing

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With sheer cliff faces and spectacular countryside scenery, Squamish offers the perfect landscapes and conditions for rock-climbing—with routes suitable for all levels of climber. On this exciting and challenging tour, tackle a range of climbs pitched to your ability with your guide, and embrace outdoor adventure in the Canadian wilderness—with all climbing and safety equipment included.
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$121.77
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Whistler Sightseeing Tour: Discover all of Whistler!

Whistler Sightseeing Tour: Discover all of Whistler!

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Get outside of Whistler Village without renting a car, discover top sights in the Whistler area, and learn about the local community on this guided tour. Ideal for first-time visitors or travelers with limited time, this tour includes stops at scenic areas, such as Green Lake Lookout and Lost Lake, as well as the brewery-filled Function Junction and Whistler Olympic Village.
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$73.54
Price varies by group size
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Family Friendly Cheakamus Splash Rafting - Squamish Departure

Family Friendly Cheakamus Splash Rafting - Squamish Departure

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Experience the best of the rugged Canadian wilderness and indulge your sense of adventure on this 3-hour Squamish and Cheakamus River white-water rafting trip. Following a full safety briefing, pull on your helmet and safety gear, grab your paddle and hop aboard your raft. Then, challenge yourself against the swirling rapids of the mighty Cheakamus River with your guide. During your 1.5-hour descent, paddle hard through the winding turns of the class I and II rapids, and keep an eye on the riverbanks for native bears, beavers, deer and eagles.
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  • 3 hours
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$100.43
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Guided Kayak Tour: Squamish Harbour and Estuary Tour

Guided Kayak Tour: Squamish Harbour and Estuary Tour

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A gentle three hour tour of the Squamish Harbour and Estuary, exploring the ecology and waterways of this unique and beautiful environment. Estuary ecosystems are comprised of salt marshes, mudflats, rocky intertidal shore, sea grass beds, tidal streams, and barrier beach habitats. The diversity of habitats found in estuaries, combined with the constant mixing of salt and fresh water produces a highly productive environment that is home to a great abundance of flora and fauna. When an abundance of organisms interact in an ecosystem, this area is said to be a hotspot for biodiversity. It is not out of the ordinary to encounter loons, blue herons, otters, harbour seals, bald eagles, and belted kingfishers. The tours are in sheltered waters using stable single or double kayaks or SUPs, no experience necessary! All equipment is included.
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  • 3 hours 30 minutes
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$202.47
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Intro to Mountain Biking in Squamish

Intro to Mountain Biking in Squamish

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Learn to mountain bike with your own private guide on this tour in Squamish. You don't have to worry about keeping up with a group or being left behind; a dedicated guide ensures you can move at your own pace. Walk away with a mastery of the sport's fundamental skills and some confidence for your next adventure.
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$144.21
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Mountain Bike Rental in Squamish

Mountain Bike Rental in Squamish

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Rent a mountain bike in Squamish to explore cross-country trails, single track, pump tracks, and more—there are more than 125 miles (201 km.) of Squamish mountain bike trails to choose from. With an available fleet of rental mountain bikes that range from extra small to extra large, you can select a bike that’s tailored to your size and riding style with premium perks such as dropper posts and hydraulic disk brakes.
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  • 10 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$81.89
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2-Day Camping and River-Rafting Trip in Squamish

2-Day Camping and River-Rafting Trip in Squamish

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Explore British Columbia’s rugged wilderness on this 2-day camping and river-rafting trip in Squamish. Pull on your safety gear and paddle through the Elaho River’s class III and IV rapids with your guide. Navigate wild twists and turns through Canada’s Coast Mountain range. As the sun sets and night starts to fall, pitch camp by the fireside and fall asleep under the stars. Next morning, awake to coffee and pancakes, then pack your camping kit back into your raft and paddle onward to the end of your rafting adventure.
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  • 2 days
  • Free Cancellation
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$321.38
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2 Hour Ropes Course Adventure Squamish

2 Hour Ropes Course Adventure Squamish

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Rope Runner Aerial Park features a one of a kind 4 level ropes course that stands 18M high (60’) with 50 exciting elements, rated from green to black. Elements includes things such as cargo nets, climbing walls, slack line, suspended bridges, monkey bar and even a suspended kayak and snowmobile! The park also features a free fall jump and a vertical climb for the thrill seeker. Climbers choose their own path, go at their own pace and create their unique adventure. No set courses to follow. No climbing experience required. Adventurers are secured and safe with a full body harness and smart link safety system. Come try something different, challenge yourself and push your limits in a unique, adrenaline filed, fun and safe aerial environment. Bring your friends or your family and explore our park together. Our climbing session are about 2 hours so you can combine this with another activity and we are located only an hour away from downtown Vancouver. Online booking is advised.
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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$32.10
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