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Squamish Explorer Flightseeing Tour

Squamish Explorer Flightseeing Tour

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Enjoy bird’s-eye views over the rugged Canadian wilderness on this 35-minute Squamish Valley flightseeing tour. Take to the skies with your pilot and watch as the rolling terrain of the Squamish Valley unfolds before you. Marvel at gigantic glaciers, shimmering alpine lakes, snow-capped peaks and plunging valleys across the Tantalus, Alpha, Ossa and Omega mountain ranges. Soar high over the breathtaking Garibaldi Provincial Park, nestled in the hills between Squamish and Whistler. With your headphones on, listen as your pilot sheds light on the region’s fascination geology.
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  • 35 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$157.32
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$157.32
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Whistler Backcountry Flightseeing Tour
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Whistler Backcountry Flightseeing Tour

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Marvel at Canada’s breathtaking wilderness from the air on this 50-minute Whistler backcountry flightseeing tour. Hop aboard your plane in Squamish and take your seat by the window. Then, as the engine roars to life, take to the skies and soar over the beautiful Garibaldi Provincial Park. Admire spectacular landscapes of shimmering lakes, winding rivers and dense forests as your pilot explains the region’s dramatic glacial geology. See soaring cliffs and peaks alongside unique volcanic formations, and take in top sites including Garibaldi Lake and Black Tusk Mountain.
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  • 50 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$225.51
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$225.51
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Carbon All Mountain Full Suspension Mountain Bike Rentals

Carbon All Mountain Full Suspension Mountain Bike Rentals

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With this half-day mountain bike hire, explore British Columbia on-road and off-road without any rigid schedules. Ride around the mountains, forests, and valleys, exploring parts of the state that you simply can’t get to with a rental car, on mountain bikes designed in British Columbia and tested on British Columbia tracks. Tackle any of the region’s thrilling mountain bike tracks and get closer to nature than the road allows.
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$62.58
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$62.58

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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$82.91
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$82.91

Family Friendly Cheakamus Splash Rafting- Squamish

Family Friendly Cheakamus Splash Rafting- Squamish

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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
  • Free Cancellation
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$101.68
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Cheakamus Family Adventure

Cheakamus Family Adventure

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Experience a side of British Columbia's landscape rarely seen by visitors on an adrenaline-filled rafting tour through the Cheakamus River. In addition to navigating, your guide provides all necessary safety gear and points out landmarks along the way. Stress-free round-trip transport from Squamish and Whistler, a picnic lunch, and complimentary photo souvenirs make this tour a popular choice for visiting families.
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$111.04
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Wilderness & Eagle Viewing Float

Wilderness & Eagle Viewing Float

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From October through April join a small group, limited to 15, for a half-day wildlife excursion and scenic float on the Squamish River. Prime eagle-viewing season runs November–February, while shoulder seasons offer sightings of elk, bear, deer, waterfowl, and the occasional cougar. Marvel at snow-dusted Stawamus Chief Mountain, spring-melt waterfalls, the old-growth forests. Lunch, warm beverages, and a professional photographer make it a truly unique experience.
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$105.75
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Whistler Full-Day Spin Fishing
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Whistler Full-Day Spin Fishing

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Take advantage of British Columbia’s beautiful scenery and wealth of wild fishing opportunities on this private, full-day tour. Following pickup at your Whistler or Pemberton accommodation, head out into the wilderness. Depending on your preferences and the time of year, try walk-and-wade fishing in one of the region’s beautiful rivers, or use personal inflatable Vboats to fish in a scenic lake. If you’re lucky, you’ll hook everything from rainbow trout to sockeye or coho salmon.
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  • 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$250.40
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Whistler Half-Day Spin Fishing

Whistler Half-Day Spin Fishing

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Walk and Wade River Systems or Fish Stillwater by use of Single Person Flotation devices (Vboats) depending on time of year. For opportunities to catch Rainbow Trout, Bull Trout, Cutthroat Trout, Chinook Salmon, Sockeye Salmon, Coho Salmon, Chum Salmon and Pink Salmon. Small Lake Vboat is set for Age 10 and up, however the River option is perfect for all ages and abilities. Big scenery & hungry fish! Explore an untamed Coast Mountain River on foot and get into some of our favourite pools or quiet of pristine lake from your self-powered, single person inflatable Vboat. On this 5hour option, our professional guides will get you on the best fishing option for the time of season.
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  • 5 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$185.24
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Whistler Half-Day Fly Fishing

Whistler Half-Day Fly Fishing

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Join a private fishing guide to learn the secrets of Whistler fly fishing on a half-day trip that’s tailored to you. All gear is provided, so you can get straight to fishing for the trout and salmon that thrive in pristine lakes and rivers here. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced angler, getting tips on fishing local pools will maximize your success.
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  • 5 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$185.24
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