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Parks & nature in Squamish-Lillooet D

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“Nairn Falls offers a beautiful easy 3 kilometre hike to waterfalls as well as a connector trail to One Mile Lake if you want to extend the hike through forested trails to or from the lake.”
11 locals recommend
Park
“Hike into lakes and cabins in this provincial park. Overnight cabins are available for backpackers.”
7 locals recommend
Park
“One of the most challenging yet beautiful hikes that I have completed. A lot of uphills and then downhills as you return. Your toes are going to hurt! But the view is well worth it. ”
1 local recommends
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“Whistler Mountain Bike Park The ultimate gravity-fed downhill biking experience, drawing mountain bikers from across the world All levels and abilities catered for with four mountain zones, green trails, technical double blacks, jump trails and more Lift access available from Whistler Village (Skier’s Plaza) or via Whistler Creekside Gondola NEW for 2018: The Creekside Expansion will see the addition of up to five brand new trails to The Creek Zone The Whistler Bike Park opens for the 2018 season on May 18 - Ticket information will be published shortly.”
5 locals recommend
Park
“Is located in Alta Vista on Alta Lake, which is South of the village. This popular park contains swimming docks and rafts, a children's play area, a large grass lawn, picnic tables, BBQ stands and a concession stand. You can also rent boats, canoes, kayaks, pedal boats for use on the lake. The River of Golden Dreams can be accessed here. ”
8 locals recommend
Rock Climbing Spot
“Cool little lake at the side of the highway, good hiking and bouldering (i think)”
7 locals recommend
Lake
“Pemberton lake with dock, Dog friendly and great for a swim in the summer. Surrounded by mountain biking trails.”
3 locals recommend
Park
“From November to February you can see significant numbers of Eagles here. Any other time of year, it's still a nice walk along the dyke trail and the Watershed pub has the best location in Squamish for a drink.”
6 locals recommend
Park
“ This is where some of the 2010 winter Olympic events took place. It is great for hiking, snow shoeing, biking and cross country skiing. You can rent fat tire bikes on the cheap or bring your own to ride around.”
4 locals recommend
Park
“Great park for nature walks, cross country biking (beginners and intermediate levels), swimming and paddle boarding.”
9 locals recommend
Trail
“One Mile Lake offers paddle board rentals, docks for swimming, and a beautiful loop trail around the lake with a boardwalk over the northwest section of the lake.”
7 locals recommend
Campground
“Whether you like running, hiking, biking, or swimming, Alice Lake has everything you could want. Enjoy a family picnic at one of the many beaches or just have a day to yourself taking it all in.”
3 locals recommend
Park
“Beautiful falls, easy walking trails. We are just off of Highway 1, which gets you here. ”
1 local recommends
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“BC's 3rd highest waterfall, plunging 335 m. over cliffs, with hiking trails to viewing areas.”
2 locals recommend
Ski Chairlift
“Ride the Guinness Book of World Records-holder for the longest and highest lift, connecting the peaks of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. More than a gondola, the PEAK 2 PEAK is innovation on a different scale entirely. Spanning the distance between Whistler and Blackcomb mountains, the PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola is a 4.4-kilometre/2.7mile, 11-minute journey to infinite possibilities. By connecting the high alpine terrain of both mountains, it changes the way you ride Whistler Blackcomb. It allows you to transfer mountains and ride the best terrain on both in the same day. Ride the Peak of Whistler in the morning then 7th Heaven on Blackcomb in the afternoon.”
5 locals recommend
Park
“Fun family adventure and lovely hiking at the top of the gondola with a restaurant and bar.”
2 locals recommend