Mount Underhill – Peak Bagging

Mount Underhill – Peak Bagging

Mount Underhill is a small knob on the edge of Mount Seymour that I had never heard about until I started Peak Bagging this year. It turns out that although this may not be a big mountain, it is a fantastic adventure! If you like long walks through incredible forest with a bit of bushwhacking and creek-crossings, this is a fantastic day out! It is also one of the possible places to find a whiskey cache if you keep your…

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Walk the whole Vancouver Seawall

Walk the whole Vancouver Seawall

Did you know Vancouver has the world longest uninterrupted waterfront pathway, the Vancouver Seawall? It is a great place to stretch your legs or go for a picturesque cycle around the city. If you are new to Van City this is a great introduction to the area as it goes past sooo many of the main sights. If you fancy a mini challenge it is totally possible to hike the entire route in a single day, or even half a…

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West Knob – Peak Bagging

West Knob – Peak Bagging

West Knob is one of the perfect spots to go Peak Bagging in the springtime when there is still snow at higher elevations. The forest is seriously pretty, especially if you visit on a sunny day. The trail leads you to a viewpoint that has some fantastic views. Plus if you keep your eyes peeled, you might be lucky enough to find whiskey in the mountains. This post contains a mix of photos from the previous time I hiked to…

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Bear Mountain Loop – Mission

Bear Mountain Loop – Mission

Bear Mountain is an area just North of Mission, BC (Canada) which is mainly used by mountain bikers. However if you don’t mind stepping out of the way when cyclists zoom past, this area is also pretty fun for hikers. The loop we found was varied with pretty woodland and fantastic views. However there are so many trails, you could easily create your own route to explore. The mountain is 543m high, so it is snow-free much earlier than other…

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