Welcome to the Tourism Squamish Website

Skip to Navigation Skip to Page Content

Tourism Squamish

Plan the Perfect Squamish Adventure!

Lodging

Your Lodging Details:

Children's Ages
For each of the children that will be accompanying you on your trip, please enter their ages below. You may qualify for discounts or special rates.

Activities

Your Activity Details:

It’s easy to book everything to make your stay memorable. From accommodation to activities – you’ll find it all right here. Start planning today!

Fill out the form to the right and we'll check the availability in our hotels and activities.

Photos & Imagery

Dropping from 335 metres (1,105 ft) above it's base, Shannon Falls is an impressive sight rising above Howe Sound. As the 3rd tallest falls in BC, its incredibly easy access make Shannon Falls by far the most popular picnicking spot and visitor attraction in the Sea to Sky Corridor - not to be missed.

A well-maintained trail and boardwalk network allow you to explore the base area of the falls, surrounded by towering trees, old growth stumps, and a permanent mist from the roaring falls. For the best experience, visit in the spring or fall, when visitor numbers are lower and the high water levels from snow-melt and rain make for a raging, thunderous falls.

From the Falls, a popular and steep 7 - 10km round-trip hike leads up and over to the top of the Stawamus Chief, yielding breathtaking views of Squamish, Howe Sound, and surrounding peaks.

Shannon Falls is one of Squamish's Sweetspots. Explore it and other Squamish Sweetspots in our NEW Interactive Map »

Shannon Falls — © MyPlanet 360°

Directions: 

Adjacent to the Stawamus Chief, Shannon Falls is located immediately south of town. Situated on the East side of Highway 99, it's hard to miss on your right, just before entering Squamish from the South. The Park facility includes a large parking lot for vehicles of all sizes, bathrooms, an information centre, and picnic areas.

More Information

Activities

Map

Javascript is required to view this map.