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You Can Swing Into Squamish's Best Swimming Hole Hidden In The Forest

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Squamish Swimming Hole You Can Swing Over The Water At This Hidden Spot

Summer feels it is over in a blink of an eye, so it is essential to make the most of every moment. So stop wasting all your free time re-watching your favourite television show. We know where you can have a splashing good time. This Squamish swimming hole hidden in the forest has swings right over the water that you have to try.

Brohm Lake is a quick one hour drive from Vancouver. Because it is so close, you can even dip here after work.

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While there is no shortage of swimming spots near the city, this location has something the others don't. Around the bright blue body of water, you'll find multiple rope swings.

Forget about just jumping off the dock, here you can soar through the sky and then fall into the refreshing waves. It is such an exciting way to spend the day with your friends.

The hanging ropes are scattered around the shoreline. So you will need to follow the hiking trails to discover them all.

It is like a treasure hunt, but once you find your favourite spot, you can stay there all day.

The good news is as there are so many swings, you might get one all to yourself.

Before you leave home, make sure to pack a lunch, and hiking shoes too.

There are ample picnic areas that you can enjoy a mid-day feast with your friends.

Plus, around the lake, you'll find multiple trails under the shady canopy of trees, and next to colourful wildflowers. Some of them will even take you to lookouts of Squamish Valley and Tantalus Mountain.

When visiting, it is a good idea to arrive early, especially on weekends. There are limited parking spaces, and they can fill up quickly.

If you want to try this incredible experience yourself, then why not go this weekend?

Brohm Lake

Price: Free

Address: Squamish, BC

Why You Need To Go: It is like a mini natural waterpark only a short drive from the city.

We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment and obey any local laws.

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