Eagle Run Viewing Shelter

4.66 Votes
  • Address: 40945-41057 Government Rd, Brackendale, BC V0N 1H0, Canada, Upper Squamish
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Bird Watching

If you are an ardent bird watcher and love photography then don’t waste your time during the October or November by going anywhere else. This is the best time to come at this eagle run park which is the home of the largest congregation of eagles in the country. This is a self-supported company run by a group to give a better view and understanding of eagles and their life cycle. There are a lot of volunteers on weekend here who are always ready to provide various inputs during a tour. There is a ramp in the southern part of the park where you will get a shelter throughout the Christmas week for a better view.

How to Reach Eagle Run Viewing Shelter

  • Bus 4 to stop- Northbound 41105 block Tantalus

  • Eagle Run Viewing Shelter Address: 40945-41057 Government Rd, Brackendale, BC V0N 1H0, Canada, Upper Squamish
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Eagle Run Viewing Shelter Reviews & Ratings

  • No eagles, but a beautiful walk through the forest and sandy beaches in the middle of the forest. Weird and super cool. My dogs loved it too!

  • THE place for viewing eagles. Winteris best. World renowned.

  • Beautiful area. Unfortunately we were there in the afternoon and no eagles were out. Still enjoyed ourselves though.

  • Such a pleasant bike ride to this quaint and tranquil spot. There is a gravel path that hugs the river. You can ride with hybrid or mountain bikes, but the gravel is a bit too rough for road bikes. there’s plenty of information about eagles, their seasonal habits, nesting times and cool facts about their anatomy. I learned that they have hollow bones that weigh less than half of their 7000 feathers! Alas, I wasn’t lucky enough to catch any eagle sightings, but enjoyed sitting by a bench and watching the river swirl by. At one point I thought I saw an otter pop its head up. Maybe? Come check this spot out, lovely views and a quintessentially Squamish spot. Down the path a little way, there’s a bustling café!

  • Probably the best walking area in squamish recommended go late at night when lighting is occurring.

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