Lots of Amazing UK Hikes!

Lots of Amazing UK Hikes!

Hellooo hiking fans! This is just a quick note to share an amazing post by one of my blogging friends, Becky. She has compiled a list of 22 fantastic day hikes from all over the UK. I helped the post by writing about the last section of the North Downs Way. If you live in London or the South East, you should definitely take a train and explore the route from Etchinghill to Dover!┬áThe other walks she has listed all…

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Snowshoeing for Beginners – Brandywine Falls

Snowshoeing for Beginners – Brandywine Falls

Hiking is incredibly fun in Vancouver, but I have been really keen to try the winter version, snowshoeing. Today, I finally had my chance! Marc, Tegan and I took a mini detour on our way home from Whistler to try snowshoeing. I had googled quite a few possibilities and had found an easy-sounding, pretty place to explore called Brandywine Falls provincial park. This is only 15 minutes drive south from Whistler, so it’s an easy stop-off on the way home….

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Learning to Ski in Vancouver – Mount Seymour

Learning to Ski in Vancouver – Mount Seymour

This is a review about learning to ski on Mount Seymour. It has always seemed to me that most people that love skiing are people that first learned when they were children, and so have always been able to slide down slopes gracefully. It just doesn’t seem like the kind of thing that any sensible adult would like to learn from scratch. At the same time, I love mountains so it seems a shame that I’ve never had the pleasure…

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Vancouver Sights – Nitobe Memorial Garden in Autumn

Vancouver Sights – Nitobe Memorial Garden in Autumn

I’ve already written one post about the beautiful Nitobe Memorial Garden. It is a small slice of Japan on the edge of Vancouver. I loved seeing it in the summer, so I’ve kept going back as the seasons changed. The photos in this post are spread over October, November and the start of December. Some of you may have noticed that I have posted far fewer adventures over the last month. This is basically because Christmas shopping, a nasty fever…

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