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Best Guided Adventures In Squamish, British Columbia

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If you’re looking for the trip of a lifetime, 57hours has got you covered. The company’s mission is to help you find outdoor adventures and make booking them simple and easy. Their trips are led by highly trained guides, there to help ensure you’re staying safe while exploring the mountains. What’s behind the name 57hours? There are exactly 57 hours from 3:00 pm, Friday, to midnight, Sunday. That gives you 57 hours to pack as much adventure into your weekend as possible. Here are some of our favorite guided adventures near Squamish, British Columbia, Canada.

Get ready to be smitten with the crown jewel of the area, the Garibaldi Lake.

Hiking Tours in Squamish

Ever wanted to explore ancient forest trails, breathe the fresh air surrounding the impressive glaciers and fjords or take a dip next to stunning waterfalls? Squamish and the surrounding Sea to Sky area offers everything you could possibly imagine. Customize your day with your professional guide and visit the pristine alpine lakes, climb summits overlooking the mountain peaks and make memories for life.

Mountain Biker in Squamish

Mountain Biking Tours in Squamish

57hours connects riders with either half-day or full-day guided mountain biking tours in Squamish. All levels are welcome while experts in the field take showoff some of the best routes the city has to offer. Ride down the iconic Half Nelson and Rupert routes or discover lesser known ones the locals love.

View of the Stawamus Chief in Squamish, British Columbia, Canada.

Guided Rock Climbing in Squamish

Available April through October, day long guided rocking climbing trips are available for all skill levels. Tours offer anything from multi-pitch to boulder along some of the most iconic climbing spots in the region. Climb along the Chief, Smoke Bluffs, or head just south to Shannon Falls with a certified local guide.

Climb the Chief in Squamish

Check one of the world’s largest granite monoliths off your climbing bucket list. Towering an imposing 2,300 feet above Squamish and Howe Sound, “The Chief” draws in climbers from all over the world every year. With hundreds of routes to choose from and tons of variety— runout slabs, splitter cracks, bolted face climbs and long, exciting multi-pitches — the Chief’s reputation is well-earned. Take your place among the greats and conquer this world-class mountain.

Backcountry Skiing at the Journeyman Lodge

Thirty minutes north of Squamish lies the hidden gem of Journeyman Lodge within Callaghan County. This guided backcountry skiing trip is five days long exploring the remote Coast Mountains within the Upper Callaghan Basin. Skiers can explore the limitless backcountry routes alongside a ACMG certified guide.

Squamish, The Adventurer’s Paradise

Squamish truly is an outdoor paradise. Warmer summer months offer iconic ultra-marathons, rock climbing, hiking, mountain biking, windsurfing and off roading while winter months bring some of the best back country skiing in all of British Columbia.


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