The Squamish Athletic Club is a no-nonsense fitness club whose mission is to provide a fun and friendly facility where people can meet and surpass their personal fitness goals, regardless of age, ability, or existing fitness level. Located in the heart of downtown, Squamish Athletic Club has been serving locals and superstars such as Arnold Swartznagger and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson for 25 years and counting.

We understand the hectic lifestyles that many people have and we don’t want to slow you down. We want to see you come to the gym, and get your workouts done with no hassle. Whether you are a recreational fitness enthusiast, an elite level athlete, weekend warrior, or simply wanting some fitness or try the gym for the first time, we want to give you the core tools to get the job done.

With 3800 square feet of space, our main gym has 21 pieces of cardio equipment, free weights, body master, apex machines, endless rope trainer, kettle bells, cast iron weights, and more. Our studio has a Tension Board 2, 12 x 12 spray wall angled at a steep 48 degrees for bouldering, a 15 foot technical slab and corner, a 4 foot wide 15 degree wall, a campus/pinch/squeezing training box at various widths, a 15 degree campus board with small, medium, large and extra large rungs, an overhung pegboard, various hang-boards, duo stall bars, crossover symmetry bands and more. There are also punching bags, spin bikes, aerobic steps, skipping ropes, medicine balls, mats, balance boards, body balls, and many self-care roll-out tools.

For a complete list of our equipment, click here.

Do we have classes? No. Do we have access to trainers? Yes. Link here!

We are proud to support National Team carded athletes through the Canadian Sport Institute.

We respectfully acknowledge the sovereign Nations, xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and Sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations who, since time immemorial, belong to and steward the unceded traditional territories where the Squamish Athletic Club is located. This acknowledgement is a mere starting point in a larger effort to understand the histories and realities of Indigenous people and a commit to change.