Planning for the all-season mountain resort is already well underway.
We can now get a better idea of what the new Garibaldi At Squamish ski resort will look like thanks to the latest design renderings released. These renderings, developed in collaboration between PWL Landscape Architects and members of the Squamish Nation, incorporate elements of the area’s rich culture and history, and it looks like a cozy mountain escape! [Featured Image Source: Garibaldi at Squamish]
The $3.5 billion mountain getaway is planned to encompass 2,759 hectares of land with 130 ski and snowboard trails, 21 lifts, and a multi-use trail network. It will be constructed on Mount Garibaldi’s Brohm Ridge approximately 13 km north of Squamish.
The proposed project will be developed by Aquilini Development (owner of the Vancouver Canucks) and Northland Properties (owner of the NHL Dallas Stars, Grouse Mountain Resort, Sutton Place Hotels, Denny’s Canada, and Moxie’s Grill & Bar). Planning has been in the works for a while, with construction expected to begin in 2023 and a tentative grand opening slated for 2025.
Take a peek at the rest of the latest renderings below: