The scenic alpine terrain around Squamish makes for great snowshoeing. The mountains surrounding Squamish get an average of 2,300 mm (90 in) of precipitation annually, which means a generous amount of snow accumulates in the winter months.
Only a 55-minute shuttle ride from Eagle Valley Retreat, Whistler Blackcomb is one of the great winter meccas in the world. With over 8,100 acres of snow-covered slopes, 16 alpine bowls, 3 glaciers, world-class terrain parks and half pipes and 200+ marked trails for all ability levels, Whistler Blackcomb is the ultimate in big mountain experiences.
Ziplining is the eco-friendly way to experience the heights of adventure. Fly through the forest on an exhilarating high wire exploration - no experience required!
The Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre is an authentic cultural activity for the whole family. The range of experiences available to guests include guided tours of the museum and exhibits, singing and drumming performances, multimedia presentations, craft workshops and indigenous cuisine.
There are precious few spots on the globe where wind, water and land combine to provide flawless conditions for wind surfing and kite boarding. The Squamish Spit at the mouth of the Squamish River is one of those places.
Explore the great outdoors and watch for wildlife as you enjoy an unforgettable fishing experience. Guides provide comprehensive local knowledge, instruction and all the equipment necessary to make your fishing trip a success.
See firsthand why Squamish and Whistler are one of the world’s premiere outdoor destinations. Fly over massive glaciers, sprawling lush forests, and turquoise glacial waters.
Tee off against a backdrop of panoramic mountain scenery. The Sea to Sky corridor holds some of the most beautiful and playable golf courses in Canada. From Furry Creek to Nichalas North, from championship links to breathtaking fairways, we have it all.
Each year Squamish plays host to one of the largest congregations of wintering bald eagles in North America between the months of November and January.
Reconnect with nature and your whole group on the scenic Cheakamus or the wilder Elaho Rivers. Eagle Valley retreat offers a wide selection of scenic and exciting Squamish rafting trips in the beautiful Upper Squamish Area!
Welcome to the home of some of the greatest hiking and biking trails in Canada. Squamish and the mountains that surround it offer a huge variety of trails for hikers and bikers of any experience level.
The diverse trail network in the Upper Squamish Valley offers unmatched opportunities for riding. Valleys, forests, mountains, rivers, meadows and spectacular views are all within minutes.
Come see what attracts people from all over the globe every year. Howe Sound fjord, the Stawamus Chief, the high coastal alpine mountains and Shannon Falls make the Sea-to-Sky corridor one of the most spectacular scenic areas in North America and the world.