Hiking the Stawamus Chief, Squamish (Picture BC photo)

Hiking the Stawamus Chief, Squamish

(Picture BC photo)



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Squamish offers a variety of accommodations for different budgets, including brand-name hotels, camping in provincial parks and private campsites, and luxury B&Bs.

Staying in Squamish is an affordable alternative to finding accommodations in Whistler, the mega-ski resort located a 45-minute drive north along the Sea-to-Sky Highway (Highway 99). Vancouver is just an hour to the south.

Almost anywhere guests stay in Squamish, there are excellent views of the surrounding Coast Mountains and forested parkland, plus easy access to cycling, wind surfing, and rock climbing in the "Outdoor Recreation Capital of Canada."

There are about 10 hotels in Squamish, ranging from local motels to brand-name lodgings. For B&B aficionados, choices abound with nearly 20 in the Squamish area.

Camping and RV Parks

Camping and RV parks are popular in outdoorsy Squamish, particularly in the summer.

Alice Lake Provincial Park sits 13km/8mi north of Squamish off Highway 99, and has more than 100 vehicle accessible campsites. There are hot showers, and canoeing, cycling, fishing, and hiking are popular options.

At Porteau Cove Provincial Park, campsites sit next to North America's most southerly fjord, and facilities exist for scuba divers and boat launches. Other amenities are similar to Alice Lake.

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