Squamish, a rapidly growing town of 16,000 people, is ideally situated at the mouth of the majestic Howe Sound of the Pacific Ocean, in a valley carved out of the Coast Mountains and sheltered by the glorious Stawamus Chief. Located between Vancouver and Whistler, Squamish is the jewel of the Sea to Sky Corridor. Less than an hour's drive north from Vancouver on Highway 99 and 45 minutes south of Whistler, Squamish is at the heart of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics.
Whether you are arriving by plane, bus, car or train, the journey to Squamish is scenic and convenient. Squamish has rail links serviced by CN Rail, a natural deep-sea port, and a small municipal airport
Drive Times: From Whistler – 45 minutes
From Vancouver Airport – 1 hour 15 minutes
From Seattle – 3 hours 45 minutes