Squamish Valley with Mount Garibaldi in the background
Course of the Squamish River
The Squamish River is a river in southwestern British Columbia, Canada.
The Squamish River has its origin at the Pemberton Icefield. From there the river flows in a predominantly south to Squamish, where it flows into Howe Sound. Larger tributaries of the Squamish River are Elaho River and Ashlu Creek and Cheakamus River from the right from the left. The Squamish River has a length of about 90 km. The catchment area covers 3328 km ².