Garibaldi at Squamish
"Garibaldi at Squamish" is an odd term, so let's clarify it. Garibaldi refers to a colossal mountain bearing numerous glaciers at the heart of Garibaldi Provincial Park, in British Columbia, Canada. Near the park is the town of Squamish, which is on the Sea-to-Sky Highway between Vancouver and Whistler.
We will, however, continue using the term "Garibaldi at Squamish" in case, for whatever reason, you searched those specific words. But be aware you will not find it labeled as such elsewhere. You'll see it as simply "Mt. Garibaldi."
As described in Done in a Day Whistler, The Ten Premier Hikes, you'll find extraordinary hiking in the vicinity of Garibaldi at Squamish. Four of the trips in the book probe Garibaldi Provincial Park: Elfin Lakes, High Note / Musical Bumps, Panorama Ridge via Helm Creek, and Wedgemount Lake.
Whichever Garibaldi at Squamish trail you choose, you'll soon be immersed in the beauty of the B.C. Coast Mountains: a sweeping wilderness of ancient forests, craggy peaks, and ponderous glaciers.
These mountains conspire with numerous other ranges to keep nature dominant in British Columbia. For example, the entire province has a population of only 4,000,000. That's roughly equal to that of Los Angeles, but here it's scattered across an area larger than two Californias combined.
Go to http://www.hikingcamping.com/photos-whistler.php to see Garibaldi at Squamish photos, including one of Garibaldi Lake from Panorama Ridge.
Go to http://www.hikingcamping.com/hike-whistler.php to read about Done in a Day Whistler, The Ten Premier Hikes. That's the book you'll want if you're a hiker and you're visiting Whistler or nearby Squamish.