Squamish is the Outdoor Recreation Capital of Canada. It has been referred to as mini-Yosemite for its granite crack climbing and its World class bouldering makes it a popular summertime destination. Squamish also has sport climbing for all ability levels.
Planning a trip to Squamish can sometimes be difficult due to bad weather. If you're looking for consistency, but don't mind climbing in the heat, come in July, August, or September. If you need friction to send your project there are some crisp dry days in February and October. Unless you're a local, don't plan to climb in Squamish from November to January. April, May and June offer great conditions that are often interrupted by long periods of rain.
Squamish is located 1 hour north of Vancouver and about 45 minutes south of the Whistler ski resort town. Travel along highway 99 until you encounter the Stawamus Chief, the obvious landmark indicating your arrival.
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