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Shannon Falls is the third highest waterfall in British Columbia located 1.2 miles south of Squamish. The falls are a short walk from where we parked to hike the Stawamus Chief trail.
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Rock formations on the Stawamus Chief trail.
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Hiker on the Stawamus Chief trail.
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View south from the Stawamus Chief first peak overlooking Howe Sound.
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View of the Stawamus Chief second peak from the first.
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Stawamus Chief

Hiked to the first peak of Stawamus Chief with my son and his dog on National Trails day. Squamish, British Columbia

The hike to the first peak is a 1.5 kilometre trail with an elevation gain of 540 meters. Most of the hike is large uneven stone steps, steep staircases, a steel ladder and chains to assist on steep rock surface. For me it was real workout but worth it. The trail was filled with hikers from young kids to seniors.
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