A fan adventures of 'Breaking Dawn' set hunting in Squamish

 Fromnewsflic , A fan tells his search for the locations and the set of Dawn in Squamish
I spent all of Fri., March 18 (my second day in Squamish) on the wrong side of the Squamish River before getting a tip from a road utility crew re: a local to where you photographed the Summit "circus."  I have similar pics, along with Stawamus Chief parking lot, movie theatre (where I saw the awful [my opinion] "Red Riding Hood" two nites after Rob & Kristen did) and Hotel. I also got a couple nighttime shots of Pepe & Gringos restaurant the nite after they were there and learned from bartender that Robsten mobbed by teens 1/2 way through dinner and that they were staying at Executive, not the Holiday Inn like the teens who swarmed me in the parking lot checking-in insisted.
While checking out on Sat., March 19, a clerk mentioned finding a map/diagram  showing piles of logs with numbers. That was the final piece of the puzzle regarding the wolf log location down by Howe Sound. As I mentioned to you by cellphone text, I first came across Untitled Sports Movie trucks at roadside Murrin Provincial Park on Thurs., March 17 as you come down the hill into Squamish before Stawamus Chief. The friendly young security guard said there wasn't actually any filming there, but that trucks were coming and going all day (the first 3 pics attached here). I deduced it was a staging area, but for where?.......
see the rest of his adventure here

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Tags: adventure, breaking, dawn, fan, hunting, set, solder, squamish

Comment by Alexis Silva on April 2, 2011 at 4:55pm
I wonder why they have to cut down the trees?

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