The Stawamus Chief Jigsaw Puzzle
Community Fundraiser Puzzle
The Rotary Club of Squamish will use the proceeds from the sale of this puzzle to support our community projects.

Designed and produced by the Rotary Club of Squamish with the generous support of Canadian Art Prints.
Image© of the Stawamus Chief taken from Newport Beach by Rotary member Michael Kanka.
Pieces: 1000
Size:     70 x 50 cm
$35.00 for one puzzle.
$31.50 per puzzle for orders of 2 or more.
*all prices include taxes.
Order your copies of this Limited Edition Puzzle.
Make sure to get yours before they are all sold.

To order, complete the form below including the number of puzzles you would like to order. After hitting " Submit  " you will receive a confirmation message with instructions to make your payment by Interac e-transfer to
On receipt of payment, you will be sent a confirmation email with pickup/delivery details.
Puzzle pickup will be at a location in Squamish, or will be $15 per order, shipped by Canada Post (Canada only).
The puzzles are now here in Squamish.smiley
Click the image to enlarge.                                       
Updates about delivery will be posted here.
  • December 7th,2020: The puzzles are on their way and expected to arrive in Vancouver around December 15-16. It will take a few days to clear customs and get them to Squamish. Watch this space for pickup time and place.
  • December 15th, 2020: We were advised to expect the puzzles to be at the Port of Vancouver on Dec 14 but we have not received word that they have arrived. We are trying to get more information and will post an update as soon as we hear anything. 
  • December 21st, 2020: The puzzles have arrived in Squamish.
    If you have ordered and paid for your puzzles, watch for an email soon confirming the pickup time and place.
If you have questions or would like more information, please email:
About theStawamus Chief
The shining grey cliffs of Stawamus Chief Mountain, or simply “the Chief” to locals, rise over 700 metres above Squamish, BC. It is a place of spiritual significance to the Skwxwú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish Nation) who call the mountain Siám' Smánit in their indigenous language.
The granitic rock was initially formed approximately 100 million years ago by the slow cooling and solidification of molten magma deep below the surface of the Earth. Tremendous uplift of the land coupled with continuous erosion over millions of years has brought these deeply buried rocks to the surface. Before the glaciers of the last Ice Age started to retreat 10,000 years ago this area was under an ice sheet more than a thousand metres thick. Today, rock climbers from around the world test their abilities on the vertical granite walls of the Chief. The cracks and crevices in the rock also provide important nesting habitat for the Peregrine Falcon.
This is a great gift, souvenir, and puzzle game. Buy one for yourself, family, and friends and enjoy some relaxing time assembling this beautiful image of the Stawamus Chief taken from Newport Beach.