Squamish: From Logging to Blogging
While most travellers to Squamish are too busy to write about their experience, every once in a sunny day in fall someone will share their experience in a blog post. We scoured the internet to pull these blogs together and share them with you to help you figure out the best things to do in Squamish.
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Eagle watching is a great thing to do in Squamish in the winter, writes Claudia from thetravellingmom.ca. She adds there were "so many eagles to spot and attempt to photograph, I nearly get whiplash from straining to view them all."
Squamish is "next great adventure town" according to the folks at Switchback travel. They add "for those looking for uncharted adventure, this little pocket of British Columbia is prime."
Elfin Lakes for a day trip or overnight hike is one of the most picturesque things to do in Squamish. Sagalbot.com shares beautiful pictures and quick tips from their first overnight backpacking trip there.
The favourite Squamish boulder problems are listed by folks at Flashed.com. They're "petitioning to change all the grades in Squamish to v4 - we could call it the Fourrest!"
Looking for places to eat in Squamish, food blogger Dee at gastrofork.ca pays a visit to Mag's 99 and reports that, "This golden fried chimichanga is the best and closest thing I’ll get to Mexican food north of the border." She adds of the place, "It’s a bit of a dive, but I believe that’s part of it’s charm."
"7 highlights from our trip to Squamish" are shared by Krystl from valleymom.ca in her first ever visit to the town (despite only living an hour away!). For #4 is "This Town has Some Serious Charm" adding, "If you’re a huge thrift store fan like myself, you’ll be in Heaven".
Head up the Sea-to-Sky gondola - the Panorama Ridge trails is "HIGHLY recommended" - writes YouTube star Nadine
"Sushi Sen is a Squamish delight", writes prominent Vancouver food critic Mia Stainsby's. She mentions, "you wouldn’t find it without a heads-up, but you’ll be glad when you do."
"Magnificent views" are to be had on scenic plane rides with Sea to Sky Air, as Mary from maryinvancity.com shares.
For a ride that, "truly demonstrates how beautiful the coastal fiord of Howe Sound is," Pat Mulrooney heads to the longest ride in the Sea to Sky corridor, Disneyland, and share some gorgeous photos.
"The signs aren’t kidding when they say this is the “outdoors capital” of Canada," Michael from mccarthy-travels.com says of his experience of spending a few days in Squamish.
Follow in the footsteps of these bloggers... or make your own. As these bloggers share, there are tons of things to do in Squamish no matter what you're into.
And if you write a blog of your own, share the link with us and we'll spread theh wisdom.