Monthly Archives: April 2017

Abby Grind

The Abby Grind is one of my favourite hikes to do to warm up for hiking season because it is not too challenging, but just challenging enough to get your heart and legs going. This hike is quite steep after … Continue reading

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Rice Lake

Rice lake is a great walk to do if you are short on time. I decided to do this trail on Easter to prepare myself for a big Easter dinner and was able to complete the loop in about an … Continue reading

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Burnaby Mountain

The Veledrome Trail leading up Burnaby Mountain is one of my favourite warm up hikes for hiking season. This hike is about 45 minutes long and is a great leg warm up because it has over 500 stairs! It is … Continue reading

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Pitt lake

Pitt Lake is one of my favourite parks to go to in all seasons. I first discovered this park last year and since then always rant and rave about it every time I go. It is an easy flat walk … Continue reading

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Deer Lake

Deer lake Park is one of my favourite places to walk during all seasons especially when I don’t have a lot of time. The walk is flat and easily accessible for people of all abilities. Parts of the trail are … Continue reading

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Pender Island

During Spring break I went somewhere where I have never been or to be honest ever heard of until a few months ago. I went to Pender Island which is an island consisting of North and South Pender Island that … Continue reading

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