Tall Tree Bakery bring us this luscious lemon curd recipe which is perfect for pastries or brightening up breakfast and
The Spring season is in full swing and real estate in Squamish is a balanced market overall. For the last
I hope the first month of the New Year is off to a great start for you. Here is the
Did you know that foraging on the west coast can continue well into the winter? Our resident foraging expert, Michi,
Meet the man behind the local company making these modern, creative architectural woodwork and home furnishings.
These digital platforms have revolutionized mountain biking by gathering the community online and crowd sourcing data. Here's the story.
Master the work life balance. Order your groceries online! Get $20 in Free Groceries
Keep your eyes open for these edible plants, flowers, and seeds!
We're back at it with SPUD.ca to show you how easy online ordering really is. Redeem your $20 discount inside.
Ben Haggar shares his exhilarating cougar encounters, including the one behind this amazing photo.
Loggers Sports is a big part of our heritage. It's the 60th anniversary and it's going to be big! Check
The Arc'teryx Climbing Academy is back July 20-23. It's bigger, better, and bringing together the community with a series of
Marcia Fordyce, master pickler and founder of Copper Pot Preserves shares this tasty recipe, just in time for summer.
Ridesharing is becoming the new normal for getting where you need to go, and Squamish is one place it is
Local photographer, Ben Haggar, shares this other worldly collection of Antarctic photos.
The Squamish Beer Festival is where BC craft breweries and cideries come to play. Taste from over 50 different artisans.
The Slashiter Cove bowl was a renegade project that both polarized and unified the community. Here is the story behind
The moderate climate in Squamish makes our growing season nice and long. Use this guide to help you make the
Have you ever wondered how you even got through the high school years in your own life? Here are some
Thomasina is a climber, photographer, writer, coach, nomad, and mother. She s the first Canadian female athlete to boulder V.11
The heart of Squamish Days is its amazingly dedicated volunteers. Meet the multi-generational community behind this 60th anniversary of Loggers
The Locals Board and Squamish.com have partnered to give the small businesses of Squamish the power of print and digital.
Most wild flowers in the Sea to Sky region are edible! Find out how you can use them in a
Squamish.com plans to share the kid-friendly side of the Sea to Sky region in a fun way! We're looking for
Executive Chef, Jeff Park, shares the recipe for this Salted Vine favourite with us. Yum!!
Britannia Mine Museum is an amazing day of family fun. Here are 5 reasons you should visit more than once.
Want to save wild bees? Here is how you can help them out.
Her art features bold impressionistic depictions of local animals. The whimsical portraits reflect the character of each animal, so of
On a rainy day in 2014, Squamish came to a standstill as people crowded the waterfront to catch a glimpse
Squamish Days Loggers Sports celebrates the tenacity, skill, and athleticism it takes to be a logger, and community that built
Cedar bark is integral to coastal First Nation Culture. Here are some interesting clips on cedar bark harvesting and weaving.
If you’re not happy with your current financial situation, it might be time to jump off your usual path and
Kids like 3 year old Malik Schorz love the 1k Loop the Lakes Kids' Race. Find out why is an
Hints from an outdoor photography expert on how to capture the moment in stunning photos that pop!
Opening night at this year's State of the Art in Whistler pays homage to talented local artists including the iconic
Spring on the West Coast is when edible wild greens start popping up. Here are some easy to locate plants
One of the traditional Squamish Nation stories about Nch'kay (Garibaldi). Follow alpinist and filmmaker CJ Carter as he tries to
After Sean Bridge nearly died on the Fraser River, he turned to woodworking in the name of rehabilitation. This is
Indie soul-pop band Lovecoast has a fresh sound and Squamish roots. Check out their exclusive playlist and interview and get
Growing a healthy garden is easy. Here are some tips from local expert and urban farmer Michalina Hunter.
A beautiful short highlighting some of Squamish's surroundings from a tourist's perspective. This French Art-Doc will inspire you to stop
Backcountry Brewing is set to open soon. Here is an inside look at what's in store.
I M U R exudes an eclectic electronic mix of musical genres. Check out the playlist they've curated exclusively for
The Guild Art Collective is pushing the boundaries of installation art and stage design in the Sea-to-Sky and across North
Nadi Fantastic has a vision for bringing brands to life on cost-effective, eco-friendly fabrics. Find out about why Squamish's newest
The digital age is an era of possibility and opportunity expanding faster than most people can grasp. Connect, learn, and
Save time, money and water. A simple guide to xeriscaping your Sea to Sky garden.
Want to get in on the hottest digital media event in Western Canada? We've got 2 tickets up for grabs
What do you get when you mix punk rock, women's rights, direct action, environmentalism, bombings, and porn? This infamous crew.
Zombie Roof is one of Squamish's most iconic climbs. Perry Beckham recounts it's beginnings, and Will Stanhope stylishly free solos
Local plant-based chef and blogger Priscilla Ann Cannon shares a recipe for delicious plant-based mac 'n cheese. Don't count on
The highway signs explained. A Squamish Nation language lesson that hits home.
Squamish in the mid-2000's was unflinchingly open and hedonistic. This event put it all on show for a very worthy
“That’s the beauty of Squamish, you can walk out your front door in a dry suit in the middle of
“As long as I’m coming from a place of initial interest with an adventure, a culture or a place, inevitably
The West Coast Railway Heritage Park has had a tough winter and is kindly asking for donations.
You're invited to a Doggy Wedding! Canine Valley community fundraiser set for February 25th at the Spice Root Kitchen +
Everything you need to know about foraging in Squamish from our resident expert and newest contributor Michalina Hunter. Channel your
We've asked a few local parents what they're doing to celebrate Family Day. If you're still on the hunt for
Squamish.com contributor Ben Haggar took home 2nd Place at the VIMFF photography awards last night. Here's the story behind the
Have you ever wondered how "This Beautiful Day" ties in with the community of Squamish? Let the artist tell you.
The curator of films featured at the Vancouver International Film Festival shares with us some local favourites and what it
The craft beer is thriving in these parts. But did you know that hops were the backbone of Squamish’s early
Follow Justin Lamoureux on his quest to ride all the peaks in the area around Squamish.
An inside look at a farm that provides a safe place for women in earthquake-ravaged Nepal to control their destiny,
This yummy muffin recipe was submitted by local mom, Leslie McQuade. It is tried, tested, and kid approved, also free
That's right. In another era, The Brew Pub was the lightning rod for conflict bubbling up in Squamish in the
It outgrew its Squamish home some time ago, but the roots still run deep. Seeing how far this festival has
Did you know that Valleycliffe used to be called Skunk Hollow? We're throwing it back to the time of pioneer
Between hipsters, lumbersexuals, and good old fashioned mountain men there is a lot of facial hair around these parts. The
A little invitation to explore the Squamish River courtesy of #thinkoutside. an unforgettable journey - a flight over the squamish
Squamish had it figured out 100 years ago; a passenger train to carry people between here and Vancouver. It's time
Thailand is worth a trip just for the food. Spice Root's Josh Cecchine shares his recipe for this traditional Thai
Is your favourite spot now swarming with people? Maybe it's time to fine-tune your social media strategy.
It is exhilarating, petrifying, inspiring, giggle-inducing, and consequence riddled all in the same moment. And it all makes sense when
Before the internet, cell phones, and social media, this is how you spread the word.
Ben Haggar shares the story behind one of his most popular images, captured at a secret surf spot on Southern
Long before the four lanes of hyper-engineered road we know as the Sea to Sky Highway, the Seaview Highway snaked its
Ice-covered volcanoes, Alaskan glaciers, and glacial ocean kayaking are a few of the potential adventures that await via Inspiring Girls
Here’s hoping all the good little groms get just what they ask for this year. What’s your wrapping style?
Spice up the holidays with this tasty recipe shared with us by local Chef Dennis Bond. Yum!
Nothing makes it feel like the holidays more than the trifecta of snow, good food and good company. Here's a
You may know it as Elfin Lakes Hut, but what stood before was the Diamond Head Chalet. Here's the story
Half Nelson has been ranked the top mountain bike trail in the world. Meet the local legend who made it
Canada is turning 150 year old! To celebrate, we all get a free pass to enjoy the natural gems this
Local photographer Ben Haggar's observations on the value of forests.
An unfulfilled Kickstarter campaign usually marks the end of the road for many entrepreneurs. But Jen McGuinness has a vision
Many dreamed of it, but these guys pulled it off. This video capture the energy of this community hub.
Meet the man behind the traditional Squamish Nation sea canoe housed in the Xwu’nekw Canoe Shelter in Downtown Squamish.
Squamish has been doing backcountry since before it was a thing. Just ask these ladies.
BC Business Magazine has given Squamish its biggest kudos. But what does it actually mean?
This global event celebrates local charities, non profits, and community organizations. Here are some local groups that could use your
Most recognised by his well-loved street art in Squamish, his new project gathers a curated group of Sea to Sky
This fundraiser for Squamish Search and Rescue was a sellout success, check out these numbers. (Also, check out our favourite
This local designer launched two companies this year, Grade VII Climbing and Cardamon. But you might already be using some
How geography, culture, and heritage are shaping our own distinct aesthetic.
The 14th Annual Squamish Valley Siyam Pow Wow is November 19 and 20, 2016. You're invited!
This impressive event showcases the entrepreneurial spirit, creativity, and style that runs deep in these parts. Meet the mavens who
Escape to the desert is a wonderful thing, especially with current rainfall numbers. A group of Squamish climbers head south
Our favourite market is back next weekend! We've started planning, and today we've got food on our mind.
Our mayor has a lifetime love of arts and culture. It's now translating to the Squamish experience.
In this short documentary, Quest student Tobias Freedner-Matesi explores different conversations that arise around natural resources and livelihood. The common
These local 'mompreneurs' love of design, and their modern esthetic is redefining the face of local business. We like it.
Trail running is a one of the best ways to enjoy our enchanting landscape. The crew at Capra Running want
..... and local photographer Jeff Patterson scored the front cover.
Longtime beekeeper Phil Ellis passes the knowledge of Squamish style beekeeping to the next generation, and Nic Butler is picking
Perched in the hills above Squamish, Quest University is turning the page to the next chapter of its existence. Peter
Fall in Squamish is magical. This drone footage highlights the fall colours and beautiful scenery we all love.
Him and his dog are fixtures downtown, and at the crag. It seems like everyone's got a story about him.
Sometimes boats are the most viable option. Like during the downtown flood of 1940.
Squamish rides high with locally made skis, snowboards and splitboards.
Upping Squamish's craft beer game, this cozy tasting room is opening October 2016.
Check out our latest 7 hours Spotify playlist. It's the perfect autumn sound track, and it's on heavy rotation at
This iconic Canadian artist spent time capturing the Howe Sound in his paintings. Can you recognize these places?
We all knew it was coming. It was only a matter of time. One thing for is sure, it feels
We're learning lessons in building modern hydroponic systems to grow ancestral medicines at home.
They are the quintessential young Squamish family, turning this historic property into a favourite brunch spot. Meet the Freese Family.
A stellar year competing, and a win at Crankworx 2016. We get the feeling she's just getting started.
The third annual Rampage Festival brought hundreds of climbers out to Squamish’s renowned granite boulders this weekend.
The Seaview Highway opened on August 7, 1958. Before then, a boat was your best option to get to Squamish.
It's berry picking season! Try this tasty jam out with your next harvest.
Local photographer Ben Haggar brings yoga photography to the next level with these fascinating shots taken on the Chief at
It takes a village to build a trail, and when the Diamond Head Trail is complete, this 20km loop of
These guys deserve their cult like following. Besides bringing some soul to the Sea to Sky Highway. Here's the other
Sin Gin from Gillespies Fine Spirits and mint infused Squamish Water Kefir are the makings of your new favorite cocktail.
You saw the footage of his world record slackline triumph on the Chief last summer. Since then, life has changed
One of Squamish's most recognizable characters talks about technology, forging your own path, and why the kids are alright.
This 5 hour playlist honours some of the most memorable performances of the last 5 years. RIP SVMF.
Fifty six years after competing at Loggers Sports, Ruth Fenton will be cheering on her granddaughters in the Double Buck
This modern beet salad is an homage to Westcoast gardeners. Chances are, you've got a lot of these ingredients growing
Pro athlete Sam Medysky brings a film crew across Canada, showcasing some pretty amazing spots. Squamish is of course a
Watermelon and basil? Maven, mixologist, and sommelier, Kelly Ann Woods of Gillespie's Fine Spirits answers the question with this wicked
These local businesses sell in experiences, not just things. We like that.
It's Loggers Sports Festival, July 28- Aug 1st. Remember that time the Man in Black performed?
Squamish Nation's Alice Guss on relearning culture, knowledge, and connecting us all.
The woman behind downtown Squamish's new art banners is a textile artist who makes her art from sewing pieces hand
SQUAMISH.com has created this handy infographic to help even the most unaware of guests of curb their oblivion and be
With wildlife staging a comeback, marine based recreation is how local explorers are filling their days.
Right after the Woodstock Festival in 1969, Squamish hosted some very famous bands. If we hadn't seen the gig poster,
Check out this great Realtor.com resource! You'll find 10 great articles here to help guide you through the home buying
What is Dual Agency? Buy, Sell When a buyer is represented by the same brokerage firm that has the listing,