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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is your cancellation policy?
    All ticket sales are final. No modifications to dates or cancellations are accepted. If you can no longer arrive at your chosen time you can arrive at a different time on the SAME DAY as your ticket, and will be allowed entry if space remains within that timeslot. Entrance is only valid for the exact date/day shown on your ticket.
  • What to expect during your visit
    Expect to be wowed by lights and creativity Expect to see a range of different light art installations throughout Rose Park, from a 60 foot tunnel of lights to an enchanted forest and a tree of life Expect to enjoy a festive hub and warm drinks and snacks by the propane firepits at the Adventure Centre and shop in their store Expect to be one of the FIRST EVER people to experience the lower mainland's newest light art festival Expect to take pictures with Santa on Friday nights to enjoy the holiday spirit (tickets must be pre-purchased)
  • Mobility
    The Squamish at Dusk trail takes place in Rose Park on and off trail. Please wear weather appropriate footwear and clothing to ensure a comfortable and warm experience. For little ones, strollers are allowed, but if there is snow they may not be appropriate. For wheelchairs: the walk is through the grassy park with uneven surfaces, and potentially mud and snow. The Adventure Centre is fully wheelchair accessible.
  • Weather
    Squamish at Dusk will take place rain or shine. Please dress in appropriate clothing and footwear. Guests are encouraged to bring umbrellas, rain ponchos and footwear suitable for cold and wet terrain.
  • Can I book for a group, corporate event, wedding photos, or special occasion?
    Yes! For any groups over 20 or special occasions please email us at hello@thewilder.ca and we'd love to help create a special night
  • Pet policy
    We love pets but please leave them at home. Only service dogs will be allowed entry to the event.
  • Pictures and videos
    Pictures and videos are highly encouraged! No flash photography please. Please be respectful of others experiences. Tag us @squamishatdusk #squamishatdusk #squamishatdusk2023
  • Alcohol, drug and vaping policy
    We have a strict zero tolerance alcohol and drug policy during your visit to Squamish at Dusk. Smoking and vaping of any kind is not permitted on site. Help us to make this a family-friendly, smoke-free event.
  • Health and safety
    Guests that may suffer from epilepsy or are affected by visual light stimulation effects are advised to attend at their own risk. We will not have any medical facilities on site.
  • Facilities
    Washrooms are available ONLY in the Adventure Centre. Please use the facilities before crossing the road to Rose Park. The Adventure Centre will be open from 4pm - 10pm for Squamish at Dusk related activities.
  • Is there parking?
    Yes there is parking right by Rose Park and some parking at the Adventure Centre. Please cross the road carefully. If it is snowy and icy the carpark can get icy, please be careful. Overflow parking is at the Smoke Bluffs parking lot just a bit further down Loggers Lane.
  • How do I get there?
    From Vancouver try poparide, the Squamish Connector bus, or the YVR Skylynx buses.
  • Will there be bike parking?
    There is some bike parking at the Adventure Centre. We encourage biking, transit, and carpooling!
  • Where are the lights?
    The lights are in Rose Park. Parking is here. Grab a hot drink and snack in the warmth of the Adventure Centre, use their washrooms, and then head over to enjoy the lights of Dusk around the park (or in the opposite order!).
  • Will you have food, or are there places to eat at Dusk?
    Food and drinks will be available in the Adventure Centre. They will have places to sit and eat. This year Dusk will have lights and no food vendors, but in future years we expect food, drink, and market vendors as part of the lights in Rose Park.
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