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Parks & nature in Squamish-Lillooet D

Park
“Incredible views over Howe Sound await on this trail that starts from the Sea to Sky Highway. The first two kilometres of the trail are straight up the mountain so be sure to pace yourself as you climb over 500 metres in elevation. After that enjoy a walk along a flat section of an old logging road before arriving to your final viewpoint”
2 locals recommend
Lake
2 locals recommend
Park
“Beautiful easy walk through old forest growth. Takes around 1 hour and go through 4 lakes and 1 river.”
2 locals recommend
Trail
“With an easy-access entrance off a residential street, this trail will take you all the way to Alice Lake if you have the time (a mountain bikers paradise). Great terrain for a family walk - some mild climbing but a mainly wide trail with a generally low pitch. *Be Bear Aware in the spring/summer/fall*”
3 locals recommend
Park
“An often missed area of the Village. a few remaining old growth trees, Quiet spot hidden from the main stroll. It's also right below our balcony. ”
3 locals recommend
Park
“Great rock climbing and walking trails, generally a little quieter than the Chief or Sea to Sky Gondola if you want to get away from the crowds.”
5 locals recommend
Lake
“Every Saturday from May to October we have a Farmers Market, not just seasonal fruit and Veg but art, street food and much more locally made creations.”
5 locals recommend
Park
2 locals recommend
Trail
“Zero-emissions transport, free and accessible- non-motorized path. From Cheakamus River, Creekside, the Village, Meadow Park and arriving right at your Airbnb in Nicklaus North/Green Lake. ”
2 locals recommend
River
“It's so close! Walk, jog or mountain bike. Close to Cheakamus river which has great views also. ”
3 locals recommend
Park
“You can hike the trails around Lost Lake as well as ride the dedicated bike trails with varying levels of challenge. There are miles of trails to get lost in but they always come back to the main gravel trail. You can download the ULLR Adventure Map at the App Store or on Google Play to have GPS reference of where you are anywhere around Whistler.”
2 locals recommend
Park
“Beautiful and not too long of a trail. Great for a 1/2 hr run or 45 min walk.”
3 locals recommend
Park
“This will take you to beautiful Garibaldi Lake where you can camp overnight, continue to Black Tusk or take a refreshing dip (in glacial water) before heading back down. So beautiful - but will take the entire day. ”
1 local recommends
Park
“In the summer there is a playground, water park and tennis courts to enjoy at Meadow Park.”
1 local recommends
Campground
1 local recommends
Park
“One of Whistler’s most spectacular waterfalls is Alexander Falls, located in the Callaghan Valley region near the area where the 2010 Olympic Nordic events took place. The waterfall is easy to access by car and the viewing platform is right next to the parking lot, so no walking or hiking is required.”
1 local recommends