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Rent a Boat in Manning Park

Rent a Boat in Manning Park

E.C. Manning Park is such a fantastic Provincial Park, East of Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada. I have visited several times now (in all kinds of weather conditions), mostly so we could go hiking. However on our last visit, we thought it might be fun to rent a boat and go paddling on Lightning Lake. The boathouse by the day use area at the lake will let you borrow a paddle boards, canoes, or kayaks. We hired canoes for a…

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Skyline Trail to Lone Goat Mountain – Manning Park

Skyline Trail to Lone Goat Mountain – Manning Park

I have another corker that I’d like to share with you all. The Skyline Trail to Lone Goat Mountain (or to Snow Camp Mountain) in E.C. Manning Provincial Park is one of the premiere hikes in this part of British Columbia. It starts with a not-too-steep climb up to the main ridge of Snow Camp Mountain, then follows flower-filled alpine meadows over to Lone Goat Mountain. As soon as you reach the ridge, you will be treated to spectacular mountain…

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Three Brothers Mountain – Manning Park

Three Brothers Mountain – Manning Park

I am so excited to share this one! The Three Brothers Mountain (reached by hiking along the Heather Trail) is one of the most popular hikes in Manning Park. The trail itself is not particularly difficult so it is a great challenge for newbie hikers; Or for when you don’t quite have your hard-core summer legs ready. You drive up to 1950m, so you can expect epic alpine views right from the start of the walk. Then British Columbia keeps…

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Three Falls Trail – Manning Park

Three Falls Trail – Manning Park

The Three Falls Trail is a fun, easy to follow hike near the Lightning Lake Campground in E.C. Manning Provincial Park. On this walk you will get to see beautiful forest, bunches of wildflowers, along with three fantastic waterfalls. Plus the area is full of wildlife. We met a bear, saw a snowshoe hare and heard pikas all along this short walk. If you come in the summertime, you can feast on wild strawberries along the way. It was the…

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