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Tunnel Bluffs from Lions Bay

Tunnel Bluffs from Lions Bay

Hiking to Tunnel Bluffs is one of those trails that I have been meaning to do for a while, but I didn’t really like the idea of parking at the old trailhead and crossing the busy Sea to Sky highway. Once I found out there was an alternative route that doesn’t include possible death by speeding cars, I was really keen to try it. This hike involves balancing on log-bridges, a trail with gorgeous mossy trees and finishes at a…

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Vancouver Hikes – Whyte Lake – West Knob – Donut Rock

Vancouver Hikes – Whyte Lake – West Knob – Donut Rock

Do you ever have days when you plan to take it easy, but then get distracted by how lovely it is outside…so you keep going and end up doing a really epic walk? Yeah, we do that too sometimes! On this occasion, we’d planned to hike up to West Knob from Whyte Lake. I thought if we still had some energy, we could keep going up to Donut Rock. However once we made it out we enjoyed the hike sooo…

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St Marks Summit – Cypress Mountain Hikes

St Marks Summit – Cypress Mountain Hikes

St Mark’s Summit is a great hike for early summer if you live near Vancouver. You get to experience the start of the Howe Sound Crest Trail that follows along the Britannia Range of Mountains, past some incredible old growth trees with pretty mountain and sea views. The path is easy to follow, and not too exhausting if you are used to Vancouver’s North Shore Mountains. If you fancy a quiet hike- this is probably not the best hike for…

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Harrison Grind – Campbell Lake Trail

Harrison Grind – Campbell Lake Trail

We finally went on a real hike! We started with the Harrison Grind/ Campbell Lake trail, which is super close to Harrison Hot Springs in BC. The trail winds its way up Mount Agassiz past a viewpoint and a pretty lake. It is perfect for a mini adventure. Things are starting to open up here in BC, so although we are still staying local-ish, we are now allowed to visit the mountains. It takes about an hour and a half…

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