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Squamish gravel riding showcased through film at VIMFF

Squamish gravel riding showcased through film at VIMFF

The film, ‘Repurposed,’ highlights how gravel riders use unpaved roads around B.C. to explore.
See: Squamish Environment Society volunteers retrieve purple martin nest box camera footage

See: Squamish Environment Society volunteers retrieve purple martin nest box camera footage

The team took notes and photographs and also bagged some of the items inside the boxes — including leftover eggs, leaves and sticks, and even lingering feces.
Opinion: Stairway to history in Squamish

Opinion: Stairway to history in Squamish

Volunteers build new stairs at Malamute, an area with a history of local climbing advocacy and access. 
Diving free: A Q&A with a Squamish freediver

Diving free: A Q&A with a Squamish freediver

Luca Malaguti professionally freedives and teaches others in the Sea to Sky how to explore under the water's surface.
Staying safe in the Sea to Sky backcountry

Staying safe in the Sea to Sky backcountry

BC AdventureSmart tips for having a safe excursion into the woods or mountains.
New mountain biking festival planned for Squamish

New mountain biking festival planned for Squamish

Women's only Ridelab event rolling through in May 2023.
Watch: Squamish mountain biker rides the Sliding Centre

Watch: Squamish mountain biker rides the Sliding Centre

Rick Meloff takes viewers along on the epic ride along the rock slab
Rock climbing is dangerous, but many accidents can be prevented

Rock climbing is dangerous, but many accidents can be prevented

Tips from the Squamish Access Society on staying safer.
You can rent this entire whimsical 'forest dwelling' located on an island near Vancouver

You can rent this entire whimsical 'forest dwelling' located on an island near Vancouver

There are several rooms connected by outdoor baths in this expansive "half-outdoor" dwelling.
Heat warning for Squamish area issued by Environment Canada

Heat warning for Squamish area issued by Environment Canada

The Howe Sound region will be facing highs of 29 to 35 C inland, and near 27 C near the water, with temperatures moderating on Friday.
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