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Devil’s Peak – Peak Bagging

Devil’s Peak – Peak Bagging

Devil’s Peak is one of the small sub-peaks of Mount Seymour on Vancouver’s North Shore. The beautiful trail through the forest will take you to a rocky outcrop with great views over Vancouver and Burnaby. This is one of those trails where the fun is in the entire walk, rather than just the view at the end of the trail. It’s also one of the ones I discovered from Peak Bagging, so if you are lucky, you might find some…

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Snowshoeing on Vancouver’s Local Mountains

Snowshoeing on Vancouver’s Local Mountains

Do you want to be outside snowshoeing, but covid-19 means you have to stay close to Vancouver’s North Shore Mountains? No worries! I have you covered! There are several incredible options for snowshoeing on Vancouver’s North Shore for beginners and intermediate adventurers. Marc and I have only been hiking and snowshoeing here since 2017 but we have visited all these trails at least once, so I am happy to share our experiences. If you have never been snowshoeing before, the…

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Happy New Year! Mount Seymour Skiing

Happy New Year! Mount Seymour Skiing

Happy New Year everyone!! I hope you all had fantastic Christmas breaks and giggles over new year. Marc and I decided to have a quiet new years eve so that we could get up early and have an epic start to 2019. It worked. We went to bed early, then woke up to make it up to the slopes for some Mount Seymour skiing. I wrote a post about Skiing for Newbies, as last year we had our very first…

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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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