The day after a good dump of snow (knee deep) we went up the Sea-to-Sky gondola, just a few minutes south of Squamish – it was a beautiful sunny day with great views down Howe Sound, the Chief and downtown Squamish. The gondola provides an easy way to gain almost 900 m in elevation and is worth a ride throughout… Read the rest “2017 Dec Sea to Sky Gondola”
Sea to Sky
A few photos taken this weekend around Squamish – it was the first heatwave of the summer with temperatures in the low 30C’s. Lots of hikers, bikers, campers, kiteboarders, rock climbers, summer markets etc. One thing about living on the west coast is that when the sun does come out, it seems like a large percentage of the population takes… Read the rest “2017 June – Summer Weekend in Squamish”
The first weekend in February (Superbowl Sunday), and another big dump of snow in the Sea-to-Sky corridor – the skiers all along the south coast are celebrating, and over 200 runs are open today at Whistler/Blackcomb. Driving remains challenging, particularly for those without snow tires – a few shots around town can be seen by clicking this link.
The second weekend in 2017 was another cold and snowy one in Squamish. I took advantage of a break between snow events to take a few shots around town – lots of people out and about enjoying the sunny, snowy weather – everything from cross-country skiing, horseback riding, paddle boarding, and quite a bit of helping people who were stuck… Read the rest “2017 Jan Snowy Squamish”
The final edition of the GearJammer is a 52 kilometer point-to-point cross-country mountain bike race that started near Alice Lake, and finished in Rose Park near downtown Squamish, BC. The mostly single-track course comprises some of the most challenging cross country single-track in the area and is one of the Test of Metal events. Local rider, Quinn Moberg won the… Read the rest “2016 May Gearjammer – Squamish”