Squamish is located 64 km (40 mi) north of Vancouver via Trans Canada Highway 1 and Highway 99 - the scenic Sea to Sky Highway - and 67 km (37 mi) south of Whistler.
A frequent daily direct shuttle bus service is available from Vancouver Airport (YVR) and Downtown Vancouver via Pacific Coach Lines. The West Coast Railway Heritage Park is the 'Home of the Royal Hudson' and Western Canada's largest collection of heritage railway equipment dating back to 1890. Ride the 3 kilometre miniature railway around the 12 acre site.
Whether you choose to fly, boat or drive, Squamish creates a rich and abundant world in which to do it.
Squamish is more than an airport, it's a sim with a Heartbeat.
Even as a climbing mecca, by far the most foot traffic in the Park is the steep hike up its side to any one of the three peaks.
Easy access and breathtaking views make it an incomparable hiking objective.
Towering 600 m (almost 2,000 ft) above Squamish, the Stawamus Chief is Canada's big-wall rock-climbing mecca, attracting keen rock climbers from around the world every summer.
At the north end of Squamish, Alice Lake Provincial Park is an excellent destination in the summer months for families and other visitors.See the new Squamish station designed in 1915, but not built until 2000.Learn how Canada's mail was processed on rails in the only authentic restored Railway Post Office in Canada.The Sko-mish or Squamish people hunted, trapped, fished and raised their families here.In June 1872, British Explorer Captain George Vancouver sailed into Howe Sound and noted that this was "a most uninhabitable place".