Mount Garibaldi - Nch’ḵay̓ Jigsaw Puzzle
Rotary Jigsaw Puzzle - 2nd edition
Mount Garibaldi - Nch’ḵay̓
The Rotary Club of Squamish will use the proceeds from the sale of this puzzle for our community and humanitarian projects.

Designed and produced by the Rotary Club of Squamish with the generous support of Canadian Art Prints.
Image© of Mount Garibald- Nch’ḵay̓ from Downtown Squamish by Rotarian Michael Kanka.
Pieces:    500
Size:        60cm diameter round.
Difficulty:  medium, fun for the whole family. 
Now reduced:
Price: $20.00 each.
Order Price $20.00 taxes included
To order, choose if you want:-
  • Free pickup* at a location in Squamish
$20.00 each.

Mount Garibaldi - Nch’ḵay̓ Jigsaw Puzzle


Pickup at:

Edward Jones
38142 Cleveland Avenue
Squamish, BC V8B 0C4
Time:        10am-4pm, Monday to Friday

The pickup location and times will be on your order confirmation receipt
Note: You must show your order receipt when you pick up your puzzle(s).

  • Delivery by Canada Post* to a location in Canada:
$20.00 each plus $17.00 shipping.

Mount Garibaldi - Nch’ḵay̓ Jigsaw Puzzle with Shippin


*Shipping is a flat rate of $17.00 per order anywhere in Canada.
We will ship your order within 3 business days of receiving your order..
All shipping is via Canada Post, and delivery times will vary depending on destination..
You will receive an order confirmation via email when you submit your order, and then a tracking number via email when your order ships.
If you have question or would like more information, please email:
*all prices include taxes.
Mount Garibaldi - Nch’ḵay̓
Squamish BC
Overlooking the vibrant streets of downtown Squamish, Mount Garibaldi rises to 2,678 metres, a recognizable landmark in the Sea to Sky Corridor. Nch’ḵay̓, as it is called by the local Indigenous people, has watched over the lands that the Skwxwú7mesh people have called home for millennia. This mountain, like other special features in the area, is part of their rich history, mythology, and stories.
After Vancouver mountaineers first summited the peak in 1907, the mountain and its scenic surroundings became a desirable objective for adventurers, leading to the creation of Garibaldi Park in 1927. Outdoor recreation and bustling cafes, shops and breweries continue to make Squamish a favourite place to live, work and play.