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Parks & nature in Squamish-Lillooet D

Scenic Viewpoint
“Beautiful scenery, exciting ride up to grouse mountain in the Gondola. Hiking, beautiful walks, meet the grizzly bear family, a nice restaurant and a beautiful view of the city.”
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Mountain
“Whistler and Blackcomb are two side-by-side mountains which offer over 200 marked runs, 8,171 acres of terrain, 16 alpine bowls, and 3 glaciers combined. In the summer, Whistler Blackcomb offers a variety of activities including hiking and biking trails, the Whistler Mountain Bike Park, and sightseeing on the PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola. ”
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Scenic Viewpoint
“The Stawamus Chief are granite towers that rise above Squamish. It offers one of the best hiking experiences around Vancouver, and rewards you with scenic views of Howe Sound and the surrounding mountain ranges. ”
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Campground
“Hike or bike right from the suite to Jack's trail which connects you to all of the Alice Lake trails. Go for a swim in one of the four lakes. Don't miss our favourite mountain bike trails: Leave of Absence, Manboobs and Rupert. Grab the TrailForks app for some recommended loops or send us a message when you are here!”
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Lake
“This is a very popular park just across the lake with great views of Whistler mountain. They have beach volleyball nets, public washrooms and there will usually be a food truck on sight. You can get there by bike on the Vally Trail. ”
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Ski Area
“Stunning 360-degree views of Whistler Village, mountain peaks, lakes, glaciers and forests. Watch the machinery in action and learn about the record-breaking lift in the PEAK 2 PEAK Viewing Gallery. Dine on the rooftop of the world with views of the ski slopes and towering peaks. Ride the special glass-bottom gondola for a bird's-eye view of the forest.”
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Park
“Is located at Whistler Creek (5 minutes north of Whistler Village), turn right at the lights. This lake has docks, a sand beach & playground, plus tennis and volleyball courts, trails, picnic tables and BBQ stands. There is also a off leash dog area. ”
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Rock Climbing Spot
“Cool little lake at the side of the highway, good hiking and bouldering (i think)”
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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.”
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Scenic Viewpoint
“There is nothing quite so satisfying as getting to the top of the Chief! It is a strenuous hike but the view from the top is worth the effort!”
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Park
“Park with a 70-m. waterfall over a wall of volcanic rocks, plus hiking trails & picnic areas.”
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Park
“Hike into lakes and cabins in this provincial park. Overnight cabins are available for backpackers.”
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Park
“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.”
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Park
“Great for families, history of railroad in BC with restored engines and carriages.”
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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. ”
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Lake
“Beautiful moderate one hour hike along the lake. You can end your hike with a dip in the lake. Really busy on the weekend. Arrive early to get a parking spot at the main parking area. If not you can park along the road. There is also longer trails that takes you to breathtaking view points. Up to 3-4 hours”
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