The Chieftain Hotel & Pub in downtown Squamish has changed names, signs, looks & feels. But has it changed? I would argue in the affirmative but come see for yourself. Welcome, one and all, to the Crash Hotel and The Goat Pub!
How lucky are we to be a place with four seasons, a playground full of outdoor activities for every season, and local businesses that supply us with the gear we need? If you’re hitting the slopes, don’t wait in line at the hill for rentals! Local Squamish stores have you covered!
Maybe Squamish isn’t as famous for its sustainable, organic farming as it is for its active, outdoor lifestyle but it’s here, it’s thriving, and if you didn’t know that agriculture was happening right in our own background– well, SURPRISE!
Our excellent Elfin Lakes adventure into the majestic Pacific Northwest mountains began one early morning, mid-February. With two of my girlfriends, we set out for an overnight expedition to be back early the next day before I had to work in the city at 2 pm...
The premise for this article was simple: have a beer with one of Squamish’s many outdoor enthusiasts and see where it leads. Thankfully, ex-Olympic mogul skier Ryan Johnson is a consummate pro (on and off the snow) and had our whole evening planned before I could say, “off-axis 1080.”
This delicious dish has been on the menu for thirty years. Proprietors Charles and Eliza Carter, who have owned The Nest for the past five and half years, graciously share this recipe with our Taste of Squamish readers to prepare at home this season.
This unique drink is called Road Closure. It's a cocktail blended with Howe Sound Brewing’s very own Pothole Filler Imperial Stout. In addition, they make their own cold brew with local Galileo Coffee beans. In a word? Delicious.