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Boundary Bay Regional Park & Bald Eagles

Boundary Bay Regional Park & Bald Eagles

You can meet so many birds of prey in Boundary Bay! Marc and I were keen to go out for a walk, but we didn’t have any micro-spikes. I looked up some hikes at low elevation, so we didn’t need to worry about ice. My search found several fun (and easy) hikes in the Tsawwassen / Delta region, south of Vancouver. We started off by driving an Evo (car share) down to Boundary Bay Regional park. I had heard that…

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Whistler Walk – Lost Lake Nature Trail

Whistler Walk – Lost Lake Nature Trail

I already wrote a quick post about Whistler’s Turkey Sale. After the sale, we still had a few hours to spare, so we spent a little time exploring around the Lost Lake in Whistler. This is probably the easiest walk that I have posted on this blog. If you do find yourself in Whistler, you can do it even without hiking gear; Just make sure you have a waterproof jacket! On the way to Whistler, we had a quick stop…

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Vancouver Walks – Black Mountain

Vancouver Walks – Black Mountain

Oooh! This is a walk that is short and sweet! You can easily manage this hike after work, so if you like the idea of exploring Vancouver’s pretty views, but you don’t think you could manage a loooong hike, try this one up Black Mountain! I hadn’t actually considered this walk because you need a car to reach it. However someone lovely from the awesome Hiking group Wanderung had planned a post-work hike there, so I signed up! Lots of other…

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Walking in Vancouver – Capilano River

Walking in Vancouver – Capilano River

Marc and I went on our fist explore outside of Vancouver. We had a beautiful walk through the huge trees of the Capilano River Regional Park. Then we did the most touristy thing so far – explore around the Capilano Suspension Bridge. We took a bus from just outside our hotel, and within half an hour, we’d made it not just out of the city, but up to some mountains!! Our original plan was to walk up Grouse Mountain as we…

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