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Rohr Lake – Pemberton Hikes

Rohr Lake – Pemberton Hikes

The hike to Rohr Lake was our first snowy day of the year in 2020. We had planned to walk the whole way to the lake (I thought it would look beautiful with the sprinkling of snow.) However there was a bit more snow than we expected, so we didn’t make it the whole way up the bolder field. Even not getting to our planned destination, we still really loved the misty views. I would love to go back and…

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Crooked Falls – Squamish Hikes

Crooked Falls – Squamish Hikes

The hike to Crooked Falls is short and sweet, so it’s great when you fancy a quick-ish adventure on soggy days. We did this on one of those rainy days with a mix of giant soppy raindrops, followed by soft rain and mist. The trail turned into a stream, so we both had wet feet and we didn’t see any views. Despite this, it was a beautiful trail and we had a fabulous time. It might be because we visited…

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Parkhurst Ghost Town – Whistler Walks

Parkhurst Ghost Town – Whistler Walks

What do you do on rainy, misty or miserable days in Whistler? One option is go exploring the nearby Parkhurst Ghost Town. It is an easy loop that will take you through a mushroom filled forest to an abandoned logging village near Green Lake. On the return journey you’ll walk along the Sea to Sky trail, like the walk I described at Shadow Lake. We did this walk in October, when there were loooads of the super creepy devils tooth…

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BCMC Trail – Grouse Mountain

BCMC Trail – Grouse Mountain

The BCMC trail is an alternative to the famous Grouse Grind that will allow you to hike up Grouse Mountain in Vancouver, Canada. It is possible to hike up this route all year round. You just need to be ready to hike through the snow if you attempt it in the wintertime. This route feels a little more wild than the Grind, with its root covered trail. It is also normally less busy, so you can expect a quieter hike…

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