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Best things to do in Squamish-Lillooet D

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Scenic Viewpoint
“Unparalleled world-class views of Howe Sound and Sky Pilot Mountain. Suspension bridge access to hiking trails for all levels and Via-Ferrata for the more daring! Restaurant and coffee shop with Canadian-made gifts for everyone”
134 locals recommend
History Museum
“If you're heading up to Squamish or Whistler, why not pop into Britannia Mine Museum and learn a little bit of BC history. Underground tours are offered 7 days a week and well worth it! Make sure you make a pit stop at the Galileo Coffee Company next door for some locally roasted coffee! ”
24 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“The building itself is a work of art. Worth a visit when the legs need a day off!”
65 locals recommend
“The absolute best place for a treat! The hardest part is what to choose! So many yummy items... our fave is the OMG or salted caramel bars!”
66 locals recommend
Scenic Viewpoint
“A intermediate hiking trail just 45 minutes outside of Vancouver with stunning views.”
59 locals recommend
American Restaurant
“Great for lunch, aprés and dinner. Fondue in the lounge is a favourite of ours. Reservation recommended”
70 locals recommend
“Our favourite place for special occasions. Rates #1 by each year by the Whistler locals. Reservations required.”
73 locals recommend
“We spend a lot of time skiing at Whistler every winter. It is spectacular skiing in the winter and hiking and biking in the summer. ”
64 locals recommend
Burger Restaurant
“Only waterfront patio in Squamish! Beautiful views of the Squamish river and surrounding mountains”
48 locals recommend
Japanese Restaurant
“Our go-to sushi spot, run by long time Japanese Squamish locals. Make sure to try the Tuna Karage Role!”
41 locals recommend
“Famous local brewery with an awesome patio and views. You can also walk across the street to the marina. Good spot for pictures. ”
49 locals recommend
Pizza Place
“Located in Creekside, this a stone/clay oven pizzeria sourcing local organic ingredients . Best Pizza in Whistler hands down! About a 13 min drive from Le Chamois”
64 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“A sea of unnaturally coloured water ringed by swaths of forest and a magnificent glacier towering in the distance. The trail to Garibaldi Lake from the Rubble Creek trailhead, just off of the Sea to Sky Highway takes about two hours. You gain a fair amount of elevation, 900 metres in just 9 kilometre, trailhead to lake.”
11 locals recommend
“Nothing better than a spa day, or some acres ski hot cold therapy and massage!”
68 locals recommend
Apres Ski Bar
“Located at the bottom of the Creekside gondola, this iconic Whistler pub is a great for lunch and local aprés scene. Great food and draft beer selection ”
62 locals recommend
“Walk right out our door and down to Lost Lake (and its surrounding trails). The area is full of beautiful walking, hiking, running, biking and cross-country skiing trails. We spend a lot of time exploring this area. It is truly magical. ”
50 locals recommend