Located near Squamish, Mount Garibaldi is a stratovolcano that is part of the Cascade volcanic arc. Most recent volcanic activity occurred around 10,000 years ago. The area is made up of Mount Garibaldi, Atwell Peak, and Dalton Dome. Trailheads are about an hour and a half drive north from Vancouver. Elfin Lakes, used to access the East face of the mountain, is a very popular hiking destination in summer, and skiing destination in winter.