2014 Glacier Heights Pl.
Garibaldi Highlands, Squamish, B.C.
Canada V0N 1T0
(south of Whistler)
Nu-Salya Bed & Breakfast Chalet
Nusalya Chalet remains the longest operating B&B in the Squamish region.
Luxury accommodation ideally located between Vancouver and Whistler
Outdoor Recreational Capital of Canada
OUR BED AND BREAKFAST OPERATION IS CLOSED
AND IS NOW LISTED FOR SALE.
Escape from the crowds for dream adventures to unique Nu-Salya B&B Squamish accommodation at our upscale residential cul-de-sac location just 36 miles south of Whistler. We are also only 24 miles south of the Callaghan Valley Nordic Centre, site of the Whistler Nordic events for the 2010 Winter Olympics.
Luxurious Squamish Bed and Breakfast Accommodation located between Vancouver & Whistler, Nusalya Chalet is one of the most spectacular B&B’s in Canada, and is recognized internationally for its rustic West Coast Alpine architecture, and First Nations art collection.
offering unparalleled natural beauty, and dramatic ocean fjord and towering craggy snow capped mountain views. Our spectacular coastal community is Canada’s Winter Bald Eagle Capital – and perhaps offers the world’s greatest diversity of Outdoor Recreation Adventures.
In 2002 Tourism British Columbia awarded Nu-Salya B&B Chalet the prestigious Canada Select five star accommodation rating, which is The first time a Vancouver, Whistler or Squamish Bed and Breakfast has received this rating. The same year Forbes Travel selects Nu-Salya Bed & Breakfast as the only Canadian BB in their list of top 12 North American Bed and Breakfast Inns. Fodor’s Vancouver & B.C Lodging Guide includes Nu-Salya Chalet under Squamish Accommodation.
Winter Recreation in Squamish – Whistler
The Outdoor Recreational Capital of Canada
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NATURE, ADVENTURE, SPORTS – right here at our doorstep!
View from top of Whistler – 30 miles northeast of Mt Garibaldi, Squamish
National Geographic Traveler
August 2000 issue By Dan Koeppel
Excerpts from, "Where Sports Are Born"
"When it comes to the outdoors, almost anything goes in Squamish. What makes Squamish a great adventure base? “You can see for your-self,” local mountaineering expert Kevin McLane told me early in the visit. From the 2100-foot Stawamus Chief a climbing destination that offers 300 climbing routes we could see Howe Sound, whose consistent breezes attract windsurfers from around the world.
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Moisture sweeps in off the ocean, creating snowstorms that dump on dozens of nearby peaks, including 8,782-foot Mount Garibaldi, and Alpha and Omega, both over 6000 feet and Whistler-Blackcomb 30 miles northeast of Squamish. Come spring and summer, the prodigious snowmelt fuels 5 kayaking and rafting rivers. The 200 miles of biking routes in the area range from gentle to forest tight switchbacks. Squamish is now seen as a sports haven."
Howe Sound and Squamish Harbour, 30 miles southeast of Whistler
Squamish & Brackendale –
Canada’s Winter Bald Eagle Capital
Bald Eagle tours by horseback or raft –
November to February.
( photos taken by Photos Canada )
- See the Worlds largest gathering of Bald Eagles in the Squamish Valley from November to February By Float Raft Tour or horseback
- Cross Country Skiing at Callaghan Valley, 24 miles north of Squamish – Nordic events for the 2010 Winter Olympics, Cross country skiing, Nordic combined, Biathlon and Ski jumping……more
Powder Mountain Catskiing operation is located 20 minutes north of Squamish – operates everyday starting December 1 until April 4
A day of catboarding or skiing is $499.00 Cdn + 5% GST per person per day, and a 3 run heli package is $795.00 Their 5 run heliskiing package is $995.00 Cdn + 5% GST per person per day……more
Eagle Float Tour Squamish
Squamish – Canada’s Winter Bald Eagle Capital – thousands of eagles gather here during winter time for the annual salmon run. www.PhotosCanada.com
Squamish river with Mt. Garibaldi in background-10 minutes from NuSalya
Helicopter & Airplane Sightseeing Tours
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Take a walk among the clouds – Experience beautiful alpine lakes, majestic waterfalls, and rugged glaciers – Discover the hidden beauty of the coast mountains by catching a
bald Eagle’s view of Shannon Falls, the Stewamous Chief, Mt. Garibaldi and Diamond Head. Get up close and personal with the Tantalus Range and the incredible Rumbling Glacier. Even Squamish locals will be amazed by all the secluded lakes and waterfalls so close to home.
Explore Squamish and British Columbia’s spectacular with Sea to Sky Air from $60.00 per person.
- Skiing/Boarding Whistler/Blackcomb and Cypress Mountain
- Heli-Skiing and Airplane Sightseeing Tours
Heliskiing and adventure vacations for groups of 4 to 12 skiers.
Snow shoeing/Cross country skiing in Garibaldi Park – the trailhead to Elfin lakes is only 20 minutes from Nu-Salya Chalet – and also at Cypess Mountain
The Spectacular Squamish and Elaho Valley with its Ancient Rainforest & Giant Ancient Trees as old as 1300 years – The Squamish Nation Band Council began designating Wild Spirit Places in this area where logging and industrial development are prohibited.
Black bears are plentiful and, although rare, grizzly bears are infrequent visitors. The valley has some of the most spectacular tracts of glacier crowned mountains, cascading rivers and ancient forests to be found anywhere in the world. It is also home to grizzlies, wolves, cougars, eagles, salmon, moose, deer and a host of the other wild creatures that make this region famous amongst nature lovers.
Zip Line at Whistler in Summer & Winter
- Sleigh Rides/Horseback Riding at Squamish Sea to Sky Stable
- Snowmobile Touring also at Callaghan Valley about 20 minutes north of Squamish and at Brohm Ridge in Squamish
- Hiking & Mountain Biking year round in the valleys around Squamish – there are 7 Provincial Parks – Garibaldi, Tantalus, Shannon Falls, Stawamus Chief, Alice Lake, Murrin, Porteau Cove and also the Brackendale Eagle Reserve
For guests who do not wish to ski/board every day – Nu-Salya Chalet is only a 45 minute drive to the BC Ferry Terminal – many of our guests have taken a day trip to Victoria and also the gulf islands. Downtown Vancouver and one of the worlds most beautiful ocean parks – Stanley Park – and also the Aquarium is less than an hour away!
- The Sea-to-Sky Highway 99 between Vancouver and Squamish is one of the most scenic coastal highways in the world, the highway is carved out of the cliffs and runs along the shoreline of the pacific ocean Howe Sound fjord. Towering rock faces that plunge to the sea. Rivers cascading in bubbly plumes off a sheer cliff. And intense colours that mesmerize even the most jaded traveller. Glittering blue Howe Sound. Brilliant white glacier ice. Jagged black peaks against an azure sky.
- Step onboard the famous Grouse Mountain Skyride, and get ready to experience a one-mile journey like no other – to a wonderful array of winter activities.
Dream Adventures and places of wonder await you in this dramatic land.