Block Breaks: Adventures in the Desert and in the Snow

The block plan at Quest is quite intense. Three and a half weeks of assignments, deadlines, and readings about one subject can be tiring, especially when the mountains outside are covered in snow and beautiful rock climbing is right around the … Continued

Block Breaks at Smith Rock State Park, Oregon.

Block breaks offer Quest students the unique opportunity to explore the surrounding areas for four days without any obligations to class. Because British Columbia, specifically Squamish and the Sea to Sky Corridor, have so much to offer, you often don’t … Continued

NY Times Ranks Squamish as #32 Place to Visit on Earth in 2015

Among the likes of Milan, Italy, Chile, Yellowstone, and other world-famous powerhouses of tourism and grandeur, Squamish, BC, the home of Quest University finds itself perched at spot #32 in the New York Times’ annual article of worldwide destinations. That’s … Continued

How to Enjoy the Outdoors this Summer in Squamish!

The Squamish Reporter, founded by Gagandeep Ghuman in 2010, has recently published an article about fun outdoor activities which can be enjoyed this summer in Squamish. In the article “How to Enjoy the Outdoors this Summer in Squamish,’ Paula De … Continued

Mountains, mountains and more mountains!

One of the many stories on the quest campus is that the snow on the mountains is actually just piles of Kermode Bears.  Now, I know this isn’t true but it just goes to show how much we think about … Continued